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25-lbs Canidae Adult Dry Dog Food (Various) EXPIRED

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Petco has Select 25-lb Canidae Dry Dog Food on sale below at prices starting at $13.45 or less when you follow the instructions below and check out via Repeat Delivery (first Canidae order only). Shipping is free on orders $35+. Shipping is free on Same Day Delivery orders (no minimum); same day orders are delivered by DoorDash, otherwise select store pickup where available.

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Petco has select 25-Lbs Bags CANIDAE Dry Dog Food on sale from $13.45 when you opt for repeat delivery (first CANIDAE order only). Shipping is free on orders $35+. Alternatively, you can choose free store pickup where available.

Note: additional 50% off repeat delivery discount valid only on first repeat delivery of CANIDAE. Max discount of $20.About this deal:
  • The 25-Lbs CANIDAE Adult Turkey & Barley Dry Dog Food is $36.54 less (73% savings) than the list price of $49.99.
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$34.92 for 2 bags…. Not a bad deal - thank you OP
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It would be better to feed the barley to the turkey. Turkeys are meant to eat barley and dogs are meant to eat turkeys. Anything else is just f*****g with the natural order of things. Smilie
Eh, take some time to look into diets for dogs and see if it's right for you and your dog.

I've had dogs in the past that ate nothing but leftover food, everything from tortillas to rice and beans. They lived to a good age before they met unfortunate ends (hit by car and mauled by another dog).

My current dog was on that grain free diet for the first 6 years, then I caught wind of the dcm thing, now he eats Victor professional and I'm very happy. Total game changer, but I wish I could afford Dr Tim's, or eat the Victor hi-pro plus (too rich for him).
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It would be better to feed the barley to the turkey. Turkeys are meant to eat barley and dogs are meant to eat turkeys. Anything else is just f*****g with the natural order of things. Smilie
Barley fed dogs make the best kung pao chicken at golden wok. Try #12 on the lunch combo menu.
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With your record I'd just feed your dogs sawdust. Stick Out Tongue
Boy, would I love to see what the pre-edit comment was, just for shits and giggles.

Anyway, a bit insensitive to make light of the tragic loss of a dog, but those were 18+ years ago, so I'll take your awkward response to an uncomfortable situation for what it's worth: abso-muthafunkin-lutely nothing.
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I cannot replicate no matter what I do. How do you avoid it seemingly resetting prices at last step in checkout?
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I made a new account because the discount wasnt applying to my existing one. My total after tax in cart was $39...as I submitted the order the price changed to $59. Wtf
It tried to do the same thing to me. Had two bags in the cart, signed up for RD, and was in the process of changing the RD from 1 month to 12 and the RD discount disappeared. Tried backing out to the cart and re-checking out, but now no matter what I try, the RD discount is gone. Shady. I could see how somebody speeding through checkout would get screwed.
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It tried to do the same thing to me. Had two bags in the cart, signed up for RD, and was in the process of changing the RD from 1 month to 12 and the RD discount disappeared. Tried backing out to the cart and re-checking out, but now no matter what I try, the RD discount is gone. Shady. I could see how somebody speeding through checkout would get screwed.
Not shady, the deal is just over lol.


I couldnt get it to replicate either.
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Not shady, the deal is just over lol.


I couldnt get it to replicate either.

Not over, just a browser issue. Didn't work in Chrome, tried Edge and the RD discount worked all the way through checkout.
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Not shady, the deal is just over lol.


I couldnt get it to replicate either.
I called support and they said I had a bag in cart that wasn't applicable for the deal. They cancelled my order and replaced it for $34 shipped.
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Boy, would I love to see what the pre-edit comment was, just for shits and giggles.

Anyway, a bit insensitive to make light of the tragic loss of a dog, but those were 18+ years ago, so I'll take your awkward response to an uncomfortable situation for what it's worth: abso-muthafunkin-lutely nothing.
Yes, sorry about that. Please ignore my pathetic and misguided attempt at humor.
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Yes, sorry about that. Please ignore my pathetic and misguided attempt at humor.
Hey I want to acknowledge your apology.

I've lost people in my life, but never cried so much for a living thing as EVEN THE FREAKING THOUGHT OF MY DOG DYING. I mean, he's still alive, but if I want the waterworks to start, I just have to think about him getting old and living his last days. He's a husky and he has seizures, and we're trying to work on minimizing them (so in that sense, yeah I don't have a good track record with pets).

This is why I'm such a huge beacon for the grain-free and (potential) DCM link. I was mortified that there was a possibility that the food I was feeding the only dog I've had in my adult life was possibly causing his heart to become so weak that it would literally collapse.

Please, take some time to look into the food you feed your dog. It's pretty much the only thing they eat, every single day. Don't rely on sites like dog food advisor, which might seem like a decent guide, but is not much more than a dick-measuring contest. If you can spring for something like Victor professional @ a little more than $1 a pound, give it a shot. It really is ultimately cheaper than what I was feeding before, as I can feed much less. If not, there are other decent foods for just under $1 a pound like sportsmans pride or even Costco Adult, either Chicken (the one with the Golden on it) or Lamb (the one with the Malamute).
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Hey I want to acknowledge your apology.

I've lost people in my life, but never cried so much for a living thing as EVEN THE FREAKING THOUGHT OF MY DOG DYING. I mean, he's still alive, but if I want the waterworks to start, I just have to think about him getting old and living his last days. He's a husky and he has seizures, and we're trying to work on minimizing them (so in that sense, yeah I don't have a good track record with pets).

This is why I'm such a huge beacon for the grain-free and (potential) DCM link. I was mortified that there was a possibility that the food I was feeding the only dog I've had in my adult life was possibly causing his heart to become so weak that it would literally collapse.

Please, take some time to look into the food you feed your dog. It's pretty much the only thing they eat, every single day. Don't rely on sites like dog food advisor, which might seem like a decent guide, but is not much more than a dick-measuring contest. If you can spring for something like Victor professional @ a little more than $1 a pound, give it a shot. It really is ultimately cheaper than what I was feeding before, as I can feed much less. If not, there are other decent foods for just under $1 a pound like sportsmans pride or even Costco Adult, either Chicken (the one with the Golden on it) or Lamb (the one with the Malamute).
I get it. When my sister's dog died she said it was harder than when our parents died. I totally understood. A dog can be a much better person than a person can be. They don't talk a lot, they don't give or take offence, and they're always happy to be with you. Show me a person over 2 years old that has those qualities.

On dog food... my approach is to keep changing brands. This has the benefit of lowering risks associated with a single brand, and can also work out cheaper because you can buy different brands as they come on sale. The rare downside is that I end up with something the dog doesn't like or doesn't agree with him. I also mix kibble with a little quality wet food for one meal/day... and he gets a couple of pieces of chicken jerky which is his drug of choice.

Honestly though, I don't think any prepared dog food is guaranteed to be great food. I'm thinking about making the food myself using store bought meat and veg. There are lots of recipes on YouTube and the like, but of course they take time, energy, and freezer space. Also, some of the human food is not great either. Chicken, for instance, can be super cheap but mass-produced (cornfed) chicken is low on some essential vitamins and oils so you have to compensate for that in the recipe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW2K-6OO-RQ
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I get it. When my sister's dog died she said it was harder than when our parents died. I totally understood. A dog can be a much better person than a person can be. They don't talk a lot, they don't give or take offence, and they're always happy to be with you. Show me a person over 2 years old that has those qualities.

On dog food... my approach is to keep changing brands. This has the benefit of lowering risks associated with a single brand, and can also work out cheaper because you can buy different brands as they come on sale. The rare downside is that I end up with something the dog doesn't like or doesn't agree with him. I also mix kibble with a little quality wet food for one meal/day... and he gets a couple of pieces of chicken jerky which is his drug of choice.

Honestly though, I don't think any prepared dog food is guaranteed to be great food. I'm thinking about making the food myself using store bought meat and veg. There are lots of recipes on YouTube and the like, but of course they take time, energy, and freezer space. Also, some of the human food is not great either. Chicken, for instance, can be super cheap but mass-produced (cornfed) chicken is low on some essential vitamins and oils so you have to compensate for that in the recipe.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW2K-6OO-RQ
Yeah changing around can be beneficial, but you'd have to do your due diligence for every one that you might find on sale, and weed out the ones that you just wouldn't buy even if they were on sale. And like you said, might find one that your dog just can't eat. Acana was one for my dog, got explosive diarrhea when mixed at the suggested 25% new food. He was going every hour, literally, and it was a bloody stream for about 20 hours (that's 20+ times that I had to take him down from the multi-story apartment that he was in at the time). A few weeks later, I tried to introduce it again at about 10% new food, but same thing happened, so I just donated 2 huge bags.

On making food, they have supplement packages that can be bought to add to food in order to make sure that they're getting sufficient vitamins and stuff, so that's a pretty good route. I was replacing some days with things that my dog loves, like whole salmon heads, chicken thighs, turkey necks, and even venison shoulder blades. I used to make my own chicken jerky in a dehydrator, he really liked that. I had originally wanted to make his own food as well, but I ran into the limiting factor, which was freezer space. When I get a chest freezer, I'll likely revisit it.

Oh, and yeah, make your dog's day and give them treats. Healthy and safe ones are nice, but my dog sure does go wild when I give him a pizza crust.
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Still active, was able to place an order for $39 and also get the chase 20% off deal
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