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February 3, 2012

Order Pet Food Home Delivery Online -- WSJ Compares Services

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Buying dog food is no longer as simple as grabbing a bag at the grocery store. There are scores, if not hundreds, of different brands available claiming to address every conceivable need a doggy may have.

Many of us make a separate trip to our neighborhood PetSmart or Petco for the special brand we prefer. But maybe you find yourself tired of lugging 35-pound bags of kibble in from the car? Or live in a city apartment?

Perhaps home delivery would suit your lifestyle. We all know the good people at the Wall Street Journal insist on getting a bang for their buck. A Dog's New Best Friend: The Delivery Man | WSJ.com tested four services that ship pet food to the home: PetFlow, Mr. Chewy, Wag.com and Pet Food Direct.

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Interested? Give it a try!

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Recent Comments

Thanks for covering the article! We were thrilled to have the review so positive about our service.


Posted by: Brent @ Mr. Chewy at February 6, 2012 8:54 AM
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