How do I save money on dog food? In the most unlikely place
We all know how expensive veterinarian bills can be. It’s a good place to stay away from has always been my mantra. One way to avoid cleaning your wallet out is to feed your pop good quality food. True, it’s more expensive at the outset, but the savings in sickness more than pays for itself. After months of try and fail, try and marginal success I found Hachi loves the Purina Pro Plan Savor.
Paying to the tune of $14 per 6 pound bag I went in search of a cheaper option. Forget the pet store chains, there is no saving money there. Grocery store after grocery store came up empty, they just didn’t carry it. Only Dave’s Market seemed to have it. I noticed huge bags of dog food at my vet’s office and learned that the exact same food in a 35 pound bag was priced at $51. You can do the math but I’m saving $30 a year buying this at Greenwich Valley Vet Clinic in West Warwick, RI. $360 a year!
So, how do I save money on dog food? Shop around and check your vet’s office.