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PetSmart Deal: Save 20% on Wellness Pet Food & Treats

Fueling your dogs this spring just got a little cheaper. GearJunkie readers can save 20% on Wellness, Whimzees, and Old Mother Hubbard dog foods and treats when they shop at PetSmart.

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Wellness kibbles are designed to help your dog meet their nutritional standards for well-being. Wellness designs its foods to meet its five signs of well-being. Those are “healthy skin and coat, optimal energy, digestive health, strong teeth and bones, and strong immune system.”

The brand’s dry and wet dog food recipes include omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, prebiotics, probiotics, and dietary fiber, according to the brand. You’ll also find ingredients like calcium as well as phosphorous with fortification from antioxidants like vitamins A and E.

Explore the Wellness foods below to learn about adding more nutrition to your dog’s bowl — and saving money in the process.

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Dry Dog Food Recipes

Wellness makes a variety of dry dog foods to satisfy your dog’s individual needs and tastes.

Wellness’ two main lines are Complete Health and CORE, two formulas engineered for dogs of all ages and breed sizes. They also support raw and grain-free diets and aid digestive health, according to the brand.

Wellness Complete Health recipes combine proteins, such as chicken and turkey, and whole grains for a balanced diet and everyday health.

CORE recipes start with a protein, such as lamb, duck, whitefish, etc., and add protein-rich vegetables like chickpeas, peas, and lentils. The brand says CORE RawRev goes a step further, sourced entirely from raw meat.

You can save 20% off select Wellness, Whimzees, and Old Mother Hubbard dog food and treats with a Treats membership at PetSmart. Just enter the promo code 20WELLNESS at checkout.

Wet Food Toppers

Wellness Bowl Boosters Freshly aim to supercharge dry kibble with a layer of fresh food for your dog.

Each pack weighs 1.75 pounds and, according to the brand, contains cuts of a single protein such as chicken, turkey, or beef mixed with vegetables like sweet potatoes, and spinach.

Ingredients are frozen while fresh to seal in the most nutrients. Wellness also emphasizes the importance of what’s not in these foods: meat byproducts, corn, wheat, soy, fillers, artificial preservatives, colors, or added flavors.

To serve these toppers, simply thaw the package and serve portions according to the instructions on the pack.

Another popular topper, Wellness Bowl Boosters Simply Shreds, comes in ready-to-serve pouches.

These grain-free add-ons to your dog’s diet are designed for all growth stages. According to the brand, Bowl Boosters Simply Shreds are made with only five simple, natural ingredients. The recipes include proteins such as chicken and salmon mixed with chopped vegetables to round out the servings without fillers or added preservatives.


Old Mother Hubbard Treats

Of course, there are times you want to give your dog a little something extra beyond mealtimes. Whether as a training incentive or just a reward, Old Mother Hubbard Dog Biscuits are a way to sneak a little nutrition in with your love.

The treats come in three sizes and are made for dogs of all ages. Wellness says at least 12% of each treat is protein, and they’re available in grain or grain-free recipes. Old Mother Hubbard Dog Biscuits are created from a mix of ingredients like peanut butter, fruits, and vegetables, which are baked to provide a crunchy texture.

The PetSmart Deal

All of these Wellness dog foods are available at PetSmart stores or online.

Remember: Use the code 20WELLNESS to save 20% on any of the Wellness dry kibble described above, or the brand’s toppers like Wellness Bowl Boosters Freshly or treats like Whimzees and Old Mother Hubbard Dog Biscuits at the same time as you buy the kibble.

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