Shopping for pet food is usually a hassle if you are at a supermarket. There are a few brands, including the supermarket brand featured on shelves. One or more of those brands may be on sale, and if it's a brand you normally buy, take advantage of the sale. Otherwise, consider not buying, unless your supply is nearly depleted.
You may be thinking about buying a cheaper dog food, but that may be a false saving. For one thing, you may not be sure if your dog will eat that food. Sure, the food is cheaper, but not so if your dog won't eat it. The other option is just buying your dog's favorite food anyway, regardless of cost.
Another option is going to a pet-supply store and buying your dog's food at a discount. For example, a can of food costing 50 cents at the supermarket may only cost some 40 cents there. While you're at it, take a look at dry foods. You may find a good sale on a brand that your dog will eat, and to discover that the brand is on sale is gravy. Buy it! You should even consider buying in larger quantities if possible. It's a win-win situation for you, your dog and your wallet.
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