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    Do you order your dog's food online?

    Do you order your dog's food online?

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    Oops - I posted answer in Cat General. Didn't notice that you had it in both cat & dog.................
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    I have done, both kibble and treats.

    I get their kibble from doggiefood.com sometimes. Usually I drive there, it is about half an hour one way. But then I end up spending MORE. So sometimes I order online as I can stick to my list!

    And I order their treats on Amazon, as the above stopped carrying the ones I want: Plato Farmer's Market Salmon and Vegetables GRAIN FREE.

    I do NOT order it online in mid summer, however. Don't trust that it is kept in a cool place during the entire shipping process.

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    No... not yet. I might at some time in the future if I can find a better price online than at PetSmart.

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    Kay, check doggiefood.com and petflow.com Both should be lower priced than Petsmart.

    I'd be very surprised if they are not.

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