5 Ridiculously Easy Ways To Get Free Food For Your Pup

Written by: Dr. Katy Nelson

April 23, 2015

A puppy’s love might be free, but keeping their little tummies full sure isn’t! And as they grow from wee ones to full-on dog, finding the right food for their needs and appetite can take a pretty big bite out of our pay checks.

Luckily, there are dog food companies that understand the pet parent plight and are willing to lend a helping paw. From goodie boxes to samples, these companies will (literally) throw you a bone in exchange for some digital friendship, or simply for asking nicely. 🙂

dog food delivery

1. K9 Cuisine
K9 Cuisine is family-based company carrying dozens of brands of food. They offer new customers free samples, including grain-free options, adult formulas, and many fish offerings for your pescatarian pup. Visit them online, add samples to your cart, and checkout. (Shipping applies)


2. Sojos
Sojos is a raw pet food company offering delicious food made “simple and clear.” They are always happy to hear from excited pet parents- post your photos and Sojos love to their Twitter or Facebook pages, or email them at mail at [email protected]. They’ll ping you back and get your mailing address deets!

JUST RIGHT by Purina

3. JUST RIGHT by Purina
JUST RIGHT by Purina is centered around the concept that each dog has unique nutritional needs, and they are thrilled to hear from happy pupstomers who’ve experienced their products. So if you’ve tried JUST RIGHT, reach out to them on Facebook to share- they occasionally send out mystery goodie boxes!


4. Timberwolf Organics
Timberwolf is a high-protein “herbal carnivore” based food option. Just visit their website to fill out the coupon request form!

Sleepy dog

5. Bonus to North Carolina residents only: The Pet Pantry
Visit this online form to choose from 14 delicious grain free food items including salmon, sweet potato, buffalo, duck, lamb, chicken ingredients plus special needs categories senior, weight management, and hypoallergenic options.

Featured image via Veronika Dog Bakery

Written by: Dr. Katy Nelson

April 23, 2015