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Where to buy pet food online

Where to buy pet food online
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Pet parents have been ordering pet food online for years. However, now that we're living in a social distancing world, buying all of your pet food online is the safest way to proceed. 

So if you're wondering where to buy pet food online, we're rounding up our favorite spots to buy pet food online — along with some pet food deals when we spot them. A few things to keep in mind: please don't bulk buy. When you do that, it causes inventory to run out, which means other shoppers will have to wait longer for their food. 

In addition, we recommend placing your orders before you need them. Retailers, like Amazon and Chewy, have announced that their deliveries may run a few days late. (Personally, our pet food orders have arrived up to 4 days late, but your mileage may vary). 

The good news is that Amazon is prioritizing the delivery of pet food. Meanwhile, in an e-mail to customers Petco stated that it's increasing its Repeat Delivery discount (opens in new tab) from 30% to 35% effective immediately. Customers will also get 10% off when they buy online and pickup in-store. (Petco states that orders will be ready in 2 hours max). The company now offers curbside pickup, so you can order pet food online and pick up in-store without leaving your car. 

Where to buy pet food online

Milk-Bone Gnaw Bones: $7 @ Chewy (opens in new tab)
These rawhide alternatives are made with USA-raised chicken or beef and no artificial flavors. They're designed to be long-lasting treats for your dog. 

Taste of the Wild Roasted Duck Stew: $27 @ Petco (opens in new tab)
Petco has this case of 12 Taste of the Wild Wetlands Roasted Duck Stew on sale for $27.48. The grain-free food is made with no grain,  corn, wheat, filler, or artificial flavors.

Blue Buffalo Dry Dog Food (30lb.): $49 @ Chewy (opens in new tab)
This 30-lb. bag of dry dog food includes real meat, whole grains, garden veggies, and fruit. It's also available in smaller sizes including 3-lbs., 6-lbs., and more. 

Fancy Feast 24-Pack: $10 @ Chewy (opens in new tab)
Fancy Feast's grilled tuna provides a 100% complete and balanced meal for all cats. This pack includes 24 cans. 

Greenies Dental Dog Treats: $47 @ Petco (opens in new tab)
Greenies dog treats are designed to clean your dog's teeth and freshen their breath. This box includes 34 treats for large dogs. 

Rachael Ray Nutrish Purrfect Broths: $13 @ Chewy (opens in new tab)
This broth is made with real white-meat chicken or real flaked tuna. They're meant to be toppers for your cat's dry food. 

Chewy: save 30% on your first AutoShip order (opens in new tab)
New and existing Chewy members can save 30% on their first AutoShip order. (The maximum discount is $20 off). The discount is automatically applied when you select AutoShip during the final checkout page (no coupon required). You can change your schedule or cancel at any time. 

True Chews Premium Jerky: up to 39% off @ Petco (opens in new tab)
Petco is taking up to 39% off multiple True Chews cat and dog treats. After discount, prices start as low as $3.70. For instance, you can get these True Chew Premium Jerky for Dogs (opens in new tab) for $9.09, which is 39% off. 

Chewy: up to 39% off pet toys (opens in new tab)
For a limited time, Chewy is taking up to 39% off dog toys (opens in new tab) and cat toys (opens in new tab). The sale includes the Junior Mints Plush Dog Toy (pictured), which is on sale for $7.99 (39% off). 

Chewy: buy 2+, save 10% on healthcare deals (opens in new tab)
This week, Chewy is offering a BOGO deal on health products like Frontline, Hartz, and Nutri-Vet. Buy two or more products and get 10% off. While clearly not pet food, some of these are important products pet parents should always keep in stock.

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.