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    Hi all,

    Not sure how many people on this forum might buy Wellness cat or dog foods. I've been buying this food for my cats for about the past 6 months, both canned and dry.

    I don't know if the company provides free samples at all, I haven't tried contacting them to ask.

    If you sign up for their newsletter though, they will provide you with a link to print a $5 off dry food (good for cat or dog). It's a one chance print and is valid for a few weeks.

    The bonus is the monthly newsletter contains coupons for $1 off canned food (no size restriction) and $3 off dry food (no size restriction). These are printable and seem to have no print limit. They're usually good for 2-3 weeks.

    Here's the newsletter registration link: http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/pet-club-register.aspx
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    Thanks just signed up, 4 out of 5 of my dogs eat Wellness. My newest puppy eats Acana its also a fantastic food however it costs about 21.99 for a 5lb bag. Expensive but it is made with Alberta and B.C ingredients!
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    Yeah, I find it expensive too. My cats love the dry food especially. My one cat (I have 2) had some pretty bad digestion problems (ended up with a pretty big vet bill) and I tried that one on whim. He's been a totally different cat since the switch (much more energetic and obviously feeling better) so I'm willing to pay they money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akrolith View Post
    Yeah, I find it expensive too. My cats love the dry food especially. My one cat (I have 2) had some pretty bad digestion problems (ended up with a pretty big vet bill) and I tried that one on whim. He's been a totally different cat since the switch (much more energetic and obviously feeling better) so I'm willing to pay they money.

    Thanks for the input. I have a cat who is very fussy about her food. Last 2 months, she was not liking her food and throwing up. I wanna give this brand a try and see if my cat will like it.

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    Thanks!! How much does this food usually go for?.

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    It seems to be over


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