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Buy One, Get One Free Eukanuba Dog Food (Save Up To $126) @ My Pet Warehouse


My Pet Warehouse has buy one, get one free on all Eukanuba dog food. Add 2 to your cart and the discount is applied in the checkout.

Plus free delivery on orders over $49

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  • +3

    Ingredients list if anyone is intrested: not great but each to their own.

    Dehydrated poultry protein, wheat, maize, animal fats, maize flour, barley, beet pulp, minerals, hydrolysed animal proteins, fish oil, fructo-oligo-saccharides ADDITIVES (per kg) : Nutritional additives: Vitamin A: 17500 IU, Vitamin D3: 1100 IU, E1 (Iron): 41 mg, E2 (Iodine): 4.1 mg, E4 (Copper): 13 mg, E5 (Manganese): 53 mg, E6 (Zinc): 112 mg, E8 (Selenium): 0.1 mg - Preservatives - Antioxidants.

  • +5

    Save your money
    Poor ingredients- wheat, sorghum, corn and barley
    Overpriced for the ingredients

  • I buy the Costco dog biscuits these days. Excellent value for money, and if you check dog food reviews (i know, they exist) it rates highly.

    • Which particular one do you buy
      I think Kirkland signature blue or red bag are good
      Same makers as taste of the wild
      Costco does a few rubbish ones as well

      • The red one. Turkey i think it is. The blue one is Salmon iirc. $54, never looked back.

    • I also buy their Kirkland signature turkey or salmon food.
      My border collies have been very happy with it for the past few years and agree, it gets good reviews

  • +1

    I got a puppy recently and asked a few vets about this brand and they recommended it. I also asked whether grain free was important because this does have grains and I can't remember exactly what she said, but it was along the lines of grain free being overrated.
    Of course the only bag I use is sold out on this site though

    • +1

      Grains generally get a bad rap as when a dog has an allergy to something, they usually get the blame when it is in fact the protein. I think it's over rated but they are more of a filler and they don't get a huge nutritional benefit from it…that said, I'm no animal nutritionist.

  • +1

    Very awesome deal!

  • +2

    If your dog has no allergies than grains are ok.
    However to fill your food with grains and then sell a bag for over $100 is purely money minded
    If you are spending over $100 a bag, I would much rather feed my dog chicken/ turkey/ lamb/ beef instead of barley/ sorghum/ wheat/ corn.

    Which is why I said above this is overpriced

    • It's half price tho so is $60 A bag ok?

  • What else do ppl recommend if this one is overpriced?

    Need some new food for my pooch that's ozb certified

    • I feed my dog Blackhawk grain free, which is about $60-65 for 7kg from PetCircle. Lasts him about 2 months and he's a big (35kg) dog. I also give him raw chicken or beef mince with his meals too though, so I'm feeding him 1 cup of grain-free biscuits and 250g of raw meat per night, and sometimes 1/2 to 1 cup biscuits in the morning. He costs me about $3.50/day to feed

  • Usual best price for the 14-15kg bags single buy is about $85-$90, so a bargain, I bought.
    My 13 yo Weimaraners have been on Eukanuba all their life, now on the Mature and Senior type, Large breed for the larger format kibble.

    I've occasionally tried one of the grain-free brands, the kibble size tends to be too small and I haven't noticed any difference in the dogs reactions, always come back to Eukanuba.

  • Thanks, have bought 6 bags. Finding it harder to get discounts so should last a while for 2 dogs :)

    • Hopefully not close to use by. I bought some chook food there last month c&c and the best before is this month.

      • +1

        Delivered today and exp not for over 12 months. Happy with price

  • +1

    Thanks, bought 4x12 wet food cans for $50 delivered. (Signed up a new email for $10 welcome credit)

  • +1

    My little gent used to get terrible rashes and skin issues which a few vets told me was just spring/summer seasonal. Rubbish. Changed his dry food portion to the Eukanuba Sensitive Skin formula and his wet food to Blackhawk Chicken. He has not had a flare up since. Just my 2 cents.

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