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Save on Dog Food: Amazon Prime Day Deals

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If you’re looking for some great deals on dog food, Amazon Prime Day has some huge discounts on well known brands. It’s best to be quick and grab those deals sooner rather than later though, as once they’re gone they’re gone! And as most dog food, wet or dry, will keep unopened for a fire time, it certainly makes sense to stock up while there are some great savings to be made.

Hill's Science Diet Dry Dog Food, Adult, Large Breed $38.49 Save 37%
This dry dog food is specially formulated to fuel the energy needs of large breed adult dogs. Natural sources of Glucosamine & Chondroitin will keep your dog’s joints healthy while nourishing omega-6 fatty acids & vitamin E maintain a healthy coat and skin. It’s veterinarian recommended and made in the USA.

Canidae PURE Grain Free, Limited Ingredient Dry Dog Food $34.11 Save 48%
This no-grain dog food is made with a variety of meat or fish paired with easily recognized, whole ingredients including sweet potatoes, peas, lentils, or chickpeas. This makes it perfect for pooches with sensitive stomachs. Canidae PURE limited ingredient formulas promise high quality, wholesome ingredients that offer your dog a well-rounded nutritious meal.

Amazon Brand - Wag Dry Dog Food with Grains (Chicken/Salmon and Brown Rice) $27.59 Save 40%
This Amazon brand dry dog food may have a budget price tag but it certainly doesn’t skimp on quality with cage-free American chicken as the prime ingredient . The recipe has been formulated with the help of veterinarians and a pet nutritionist and is free from any added chicken by-products, meal, corn, wheat, soy, artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

Halo Holistic Vegan Dry Dog Food $52.49 Save 36%
This vegan dry food will provide your dog with a delicious meat alternative that’s protein-rich, and made with a completely plant-based recipe. It’s nutritionally balanced for daily feeding to adult dogs, steering clear of artificial ingredients and preservatives and using non-GMO fruits and vegetables. All Halo products are made in the USA with quality ingredients.

The Honest Kitchen Human Grade Dehydrated Organic Grain Chicken Dog Food $40.76 Save 20%
The Honest Kitchen Grain Free Beef dog food is high in protein and made with real whole food ingredients like ranch raised beef & kale, which are gently dehydrated for maximum nutrient retention and easy digestion. Unlike most pet food, this recipe is 100% human grade – made with human grade ingredients & produced in a human food facility.

When is Amazon Prime Day 2021?

Amazon Prime Day 2021 is today, 21 June, and will last through until midnight on 22 June. In other years the event has been in mid-July although 2020 saw the savings land on the 13th and 14th of October due to the pandemic. 

This two-day sale sees new deals added every hour for the whole 48 hour period. The speedy nature of the sales means shopping can get quite intense but, luckily for PetsRadar readers, our team will be on hand throughout the event to identify the best deals on food toys, beds and other pet accessories.

How Amazon Prime Day works

If you want to enjoy the great savings on dog food and other pet supplies that Amazon Prime Day offers you will need to be a Prime member. If you’re not then you won’t be able to add any Prime Day sale items to your basket. So if you’re not currently a member, head over to the Prime free trial page and sign up for a free 30 day trial. You’ll get free delivery on all Amazon purchases and access to Prime Video, Amazon Music, Prime Reading and more. If it’s not for you, then just cancel at the end of the trial.

How to get the best Amazon Prime Day deals on pet supplies

Keep an eye on our main Prime Day Hub and check it regularly! We’ll be updating it every hour with the best deals as they land.

Dave Harfield

Dave has 20 years experience in publishing during which he launched many successful magazine titles including How It Works, All About Space and All About History. He's also the proud pet parent to a partially paralysed, retired police dog named Vinnie. When he's not busy giving Vinnie the love and care he deserves, Dave's the Editor in Chief on PetsRadar.