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30% off first order on select foods, other food offers are different discounts of money off coupons or different percent off subscribe and save.

Too many to list individually so I posted the generic proplan search on amazon to be scrolled through. Once again you must be logged into account for the discounted products to show.

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I knew people like you would pop up here.
You do realize those "by-products" contain proper nutrients right?
In fact, surprise!, in many cultures, humans eat them.

So why do you rely on some random websites with no professional credentials than actual vets or professional breeders? You know those people who compete their dogs in agility games? A lot of them feed Purina Pro Plan. If there were better nutrients available that could help performance, why wouldn't they be feeding them?

Are there better foods than Purina Pro Plan? Yeah probably. But they probably aren't better in the way that you understand it.

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Be sure to compare when looking at these deals. I usually get the pro plan urinary tract chicken flavor, Amazon price is six 3 Oz cans for 14.99 but I can get 24 can for 24.00 at Pet Smart.
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Than you!
This is the brand I give my golden and the bag is almost empty
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Thanks was in need for some. Great timing. This is the skin & stomach sensitive so for has been the only kind that doesn't mess up my very allergic dog.🙌
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Overall CatFoodDB has reviewed 92 Purina Pro Plan cat food products. Together they average 4.6 / 10 paws, which makes Purina Pro Plan a significantly below average overall cat food brand when compared to all the other brands in our database.
http://catfooddb.com/brand/purina...oducts/You

I knew people like you would pop up here.
You do realize those "by-products" contain proper nutrients right?
In fact, surprise!, in many cultures, humans eat them.

So why do you rely on some random websites with no professional credentials than actual vets or professional breeders? You know those people who compete their dogs in agility games? A lot of them feed Purina Pro Plan. If there were better nutrients available that could help performance, why wouldn't they be feeding them?

Are there better foods than Purina Pro Plan? Yeah probably. But they probably aren't better in the way that you understand it.
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Overall CatFoodDB has reviewed 92 Purina Pro Plan cat food products. Together they average 4.6 / 10 paws, which makes Purina Pro Plan a significantly below average overall cat food brand when compared to all the other brands in our database. http://catfooddb.com/brand/purina%20pro%20plane

It's not at all difficult to find a much better food around the same price.

Pet food by-products can contain:
Feet
Backs
Livers
Lungs
Heads
Brains
Spleen
Frames
Kidneys
Stomachs
Intestines
Undeveloped eggs

The Truth About Animal By-Products in Dog Food: https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/ch...-products/ [dogfoodadvisor.com]
I have tried following this website to pick good food for my cats and after picking one (I believe it was #3 at the time) and having MAJOR medical issues when I switched from Purina One, I will not trust this website to mean anything. If my cats like it and it's not causing any harmful side effects, I will keep feeding it to my cat.

If you look at ANY of the reviews of the top rated options on that site, you will see that barely anyone can get their cat to eat or even look at those choices. Again, if your cat eats it and it's popular enough to be a nationwide top seller, then it's unlikely that you're going to be getting a food that is actually going to harm your cat.
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There's a separate coupon on some products for $8 off, which is only a couple bucks less than this coupon if you want to use that as well. Do not stack, so this would be for a separate order
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http://catfooddb.com/brand/purina...oducts/You

I knew people like you would pop up here.
You do realize those "by-products" contain proper nutrients right?
In fact, surprise!, in many cultures, humans eat them.

So why do you rely on some random websites with no professional credentials than actual vets or professional breeders? You know those people who compete their dogs in agility games? A lot of them feed Purina Pro Plan. If there were better nutrients available that could help performance, why wouldn't they be feeding them?

Are there better foods than Purina Pro Plan? Yeah probably. But they probably aren't better in the way that you understand it.
Petsmart's Authority brand blows this out of the water for around the same price. And I've never met a cat or dog that wouldn't eat it.

And I've found many vets recommend the products that have been marketed to them since university when they good huge price breaks. It's trained-by-manufacturers habit. And, huge manufacturers often give price breaks for more sales via vet practices. See: https://www.petsnmore.org/2015/05...-true.html

Oh, and I've got 2 recently weaned foster kittens who won't touch the Purina or even worse Royal Canin that was donated to the shelter -- by the manufacturers -- and provided to me.

One is eating my older kitten's dry Acana and the other is eating her Acana and Authority wet.
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I try to get the best cat food I can afford atm and the best I can do typically ranks a 5 out of 10 on the catfood database site. I'm paying less than $1/lb for several different brands. I always get no corn, no soy, no wheat food.

So I always thought Purina had a lot of nerve charging twice that for their cat food when it's no better and does contain corn, soy, and wheat.
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Petsmart's Authority brand blows this out of the water for around the same price. And I've never met a cat or dog that wouldn't eat it.

And I've found many vets recommend the products that have been marketed to them since university when they good huge price breaks. It's trained-by-manufacturers habit. And, huge manufacturers often give price breaks for more sales via vet practices. See: https://www.petsnmore.org/2015/05...-true.html

Oh, and I've got 2 recently weaned foster kittens who won't touch the Purina or even worse Royal Canin that was donated to the shelter -- by the manufacturers -- and provided to me.

One is eating my older kitten's dry Acana and the other is eating her Acana and Authority wet.
+1 on the Authority. My cats love it and it is a great product.
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I'm not seeing any discounts and I'm logged in?
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Thanks was in need for some. Great timing. This is the skin & stomach sensitive so for has been the only kind that doesn't mess up my very allergic dog.🙌
Same. I get the dey and wet food. He loves it! No breakouts anymore
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My dog is a little lean mean running machine. Pro Plan Sport works great for her and doesn't make her stomach upset like some of the other stuff we tried.

My Vet, as others have said in this thread, was fine with Pro Plan Sport. They don't sell anything Purina in their office either, so it wasn't any sort of endorsement.

Having read through several pet food threads on Slickdeals, Im convinced that if a pet food came out with ONLY the most pure ingredients possible, like daily massaged Kobe Chicken meat, someone would chime in to let everyone know that feeding an animal this will eventually cause their pet to get autism.
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