If you haven't tried Amazon's own pet food brands, Wag and Kitzy, before then right now could be the perfect time to treat your pet.
Amazon Prime Day is now on across 21 and 22 June, offering a dizzying range of deals across many of its product lines, including great deals on dog food and plenty of Amazon Prime Day cat products included for every feline.
While Wag is Amazon's own name brand for dog food, Kitzy is its equivalent for hungry cats.
In addition to pet food, the brand also features training treats, soft chews for hips and joints, and dental chews.
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PetsRadar's pick of the best Amazon Prime Day Wag and Kitzy deals
Wag's No Added Grains Dry Dog Food Range
Available in beef, chicken, salmon, turkey and lamb, Wag's No Added Grains range contains no added grain, corn, or wheat but opts for vegetables like lentils and peas to accompany the main meat protein.
While there's some great savings to be had to on the smaller packets too, you can get an especially great bargain on the larger 30 pound bags - perfect for stocking up.
Wag Training Treats for Dogs
For good boys who love peanut butter, Wag's training treats are tasty morsels of goodness for pups and comes with a side ingredient of banana. You can also buy chicken flavor if preferred.
Picking up the 2 pound pack saves you a respectable $5.43.
Kitzy No Added Grains Dry Cat Food
Treat your feline to the best Kitzy's dry cat food range has to offer - complete with no added grains.
There's a few tempting flavors here for your cat to enjoy including the sumptuous sounding Whitefish & Pea recipe.
Pick up the 12 pound bag and save $11.75.
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