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Hill's Science Diet Dry Cat Food weight management 15 Lb Bag $22.5 with SS

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there is a 40% coupon available. decent deal for this one.

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Subscribe & Save:-$4.50

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I'm only seeing 15% coupon, and even with 10% S&S the price is much higher
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I don't see a coupon either, sadly.
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OP, how did you get a second coupon ($6.75)?

here's my total

Items:$44.99
Shipping & handling:$0.00
Your Coupon Savings:-$18.00
Subscribe & Save:-$4.50
Total before tax:$22.49
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Only seeing 15% off
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"Overall, Hill's Science Diet Hill's Science Diet Adult Perfect Weight is a significantly below average cat food, earning 4 out of a possible 10 paws based on its nutritional analysis and ingredient list."
- http://catfooddb.com/product/hill...ect+Weight

Questionable Ingredients:
• brewers rice
• corn gluten meal
• wheat gluten
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I have the 40% odd coupon but don't see the extra $6.75
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I have the 40% odd coupon but don't see the extra $6.75
I didn't know either, but the I think 40% was more general. I only saw that on my end as well.
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"Overall, Hill's Science Diet Hill's Science Diet Adult Perfect Weight is a significantly below average cat food, earning 4 out of a possible 10 paws based on its nutritional analysis and ingredient list."
- http://catfooddb.com/product/hill...ect+Weight

Questionable Ingredients:
• brewers rice
• corn gluten meal
• wheat gluten
My cat is overweight, vet recommend this one and I found this is has relative lower calorie and decent reviews. This is actually our first try for this.
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OP, how did you get a second coupon ($6.75)?

here's my total

Items:$44.99
Shipping & handling:$0.00
Your Coupon Savings:-$18.00
Subscribe & Save:-$4.50
Total before tax:$22.49
i had a previous SS order that is not shipped, after i realize there is a 40%, i canceled that one and place the new order. i didnt even realize it was stacked with 15% previous coupon somehow on my end. not sure why.
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My cat is overweight, vet recommend this one and I found this is has relative lower calorie and decent reviews. This is actually our first try for this.
Did the vet sell it to you? Many vets sell the brands they have exclusive deals with, such a Banfield with godawful Royal Canin that their parent holding company (Mars) owns.

Also, vets when going to school are given deep discounts on food by these multinationals which jades them or simply forms habits. And these companies have huge corporate sales forces that reinforce their PR.

Science Diet, Iams, Royal Canin and others are all garbage foods that are sold this way.

It's very easy to find very good alternatives for about the same price by reviewing sites like CatFoodDB.
Many "review" sites on the internet are compensated by the multinationals, so don't believe them if they list those I note above, or Purina, Friskies, etc.

This would be my choice: Instinct Raw Boost Grain-Free Recipe With Real Chicken For Healthy Weight
http://catfooddb.com/product/inst...thy+Weight

Or this, potentially a little cheaper: Wellness
http://catfooddb.com/product/well...ht+Chicken

For affordable weight lost (but not maintenance like the two above): PetSmart's Authority:
http://catfooddb.com/product/auth...Brown+Rice

A great article (it's not just diet): https://www.petmd.com/cat/nutriti...weight_cat

Note that scheduled wet feeding with a slow feeder is much better than free-feeding dry: https://www.amazon.com/Lorde-Cera...07PJJTL64/
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Did the vet sell it to you? Many vets sell the brands they have exclusive deals with, such a Banfield with godawful Royal Canin that their parent holding company (Mars) owns.

Also, vets when going to school are given deep discounts on food by these multinationals which jades them or simply forms habits. And these companies have huge corporate sales forces that reinforce their PR.

Science Diet, Iams, Royal Canin and others are all garbage foods that are sold this way.

It's very easy to find very good alternatives for about the same price by reviewing sites like CatFoodDB.
Many "review" sites on the internet are compensated by the multinationals, so don't believe them if they list those I note above, or Purina, Friskies, etc.

This would be my choice: Instinct Raw Boost Grain-Free Recipe With Real Chicken For Healthy Weight
http://catfooddb.com/product/inst...thy+Weight

Or this, potentially a little cheaper: Wellness
http://catfooddb.com/product/well...ht+Chicken

For affordable weight lost (but not maintenance like the two above): PetSmart's Authority:
http://catfooddb.com/product/auth...Brown+Rice

A great article (it's not just diet): https://www.petmd.com/cat/nutriti...weight_cat

Note that scheduled wet feeding with a slow feeder is much better than free-feeding dry: https://www.amazon.com/Lorde-Cera...07PJJTL64/
thanks for the info. we were told to go with some grain and less calorie ones.
Yes, i think vets all associated with those companies.
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thanks for the info. we were told to go with some grain and less calorie ones.
Yes, i think vets all associated with those companies.
Felines don't need grain as a rule; although some high quality natural grains have been shown to provide some nutrition. That does NOT include wheat and corn gluten which is found in garbage foods. Cats simply don't have the amount of digestion enzymes to metabolize large amounts of grain, unlike dogs (and us).
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