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12-Pack 12.7-Oz Merrick Limited Edition Spring Fling Adult Wet Dog Food EXPIRED

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Chewy has 12-Pack 12.7-Oz Merrick Limited Edition Spring Fling Adult Wet Dog Food on sale for $16.37 (price reflected at checkout) when you checkout with Autoship & Save. Shipping is free on orders $49+.

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  • Note: You may cancel your Autoship & Save order any time after your order ships, free shipping is calculated by in-cart price.
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  1. Visit the page for 12-Pack 12.7-Oz Merrick Limited Edition Spring Fling Adult Wet Dog Food
  2. Add to your cart
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Select the Autoship option and set your delivery frequency
    • Note: You may cancel after your order ships
  5. Your total will be $38.28 - 55% Savings - $1.91 Autoship Discount = $16.37, shipping is free on orders $49+
Product Info:
  • Limited edition, grain-free recipe for your adult dog.
  • Crafted with real chicken as the #1 ingredient.
  • Also features lamb, Yukon Gold potatoes and carrots in a delectable gravy.
  • Made without artificial preservatives, flavors or colors.
  • Completely free from corn, soy, wheat or gluten.

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Chewy [chewy.com] has the 12-Pack 12.7-Oz Merrick Limited Edition Spring Fling Adult Wet Dog Food on sale for $16.37 when you opt for autoship & save (additional 55% taken off at checkout). Shipping is free on orders $49+. Note: free shipping is determined by in-cart price, not checkout price.

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Limited edition dog food. Wow.
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Food specially for wet dogs??
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My dogs and I thank you!
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I bought two cases (24 cans). As a new customer, using the subscribe option (cancel as soon as it ships) it gave an extra discount. All told, about $26 for 24 cans.

On top of that, use a cash back site (TCB) and there's $15 for new customer first orders. In other words, play the cards right and you can get 24 cans of this doggy dog grub for about 10 bucks.
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Hmmm. Potatoes and carrots. Why pay a premium for that? If these were 12oz cans of human food I bet no one would be interested in this "deal".
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Hmmm. Potatoes and carrots. Why pay a premium for that? If these were 12oz cans of human food I bet no one would be interested in this "deal".
There's definitely a premium to be paid for the convenience factor. For those who don't mind cooking up clean protein for their animals, and tossing in easy dog-friendly veggies, that's the way to go.

Same thing with DIY oil change, hair cuts at home, etc etc
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Quote from RichardStabone :
There's definitely a premium to be paid for the convenience factor. For those who don't mind cooking up clean protein for their animals, and tossing in easy dog-friendly veggies, that's the way to go.

Same thing with DIY oil change, hair cuts at home, etc etc
Whenever I buy cans of dog food I shake the can. If I hear a sloshing sound I know that the main ingredient is water. It's surprising how many premium brands don't pass this simple test. Convenience doesn't even come into it.
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Whenever I buy cans of dog food I shake the can. If I hear a sloshing sound I know that the main ingredient is water. It's surprising how many premium brands don't pass this simple test. Convenience doesn't even come into it.
You don't think people purchase this type of dog food for convenience purposes? mmmkay.

Like I said, the veggies and broth/water and the easy part. The protein less so. But for those who don't mind putting in the effort, definitely opportunity to save $$.
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Whenever I buy cans of dog food I shake the can. If I hear a sloshing sound I know that the main ingredient is water. It's surprising how many premium brands don't pass this simple test. Convenience doesn't even come into it.
Or you can literally just look at the kcal per can. Don't need to use your ears to determine the quantity and nutritional value of the food inside.
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Quote from MadPup :
Whenever I buy cans of dog food I shake the can. If I hear a sloshing sound I know that the main ingredient is water. It's surprising how many premium brands don't pass this simple test. Convenience doesn't even come into it.
Look at it this way... if the can contains water then you do not have to be concern whether your dog is hydrated.
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I got 48 cans for $56 including tax by taking advantage of the first time autoship discount ($20 max).
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Food specially for wet dogs??
No, only adult wet dogs.
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Quote from RichardStabone :
There's definitely a premium to be paid for the convenience factor. For those who don't mind cooking up clean protein for their animals, and tossing in easy dog-friendly veggies, that's the way to go.

Same thing with DIY oil change, hair cuts at home, etc etc
I've tried telling my wife I can cut her hair on the cheap, she aint buying it.
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