Early Prime Day treat: Dogs love Amazon's super-healthy Wag kibble — and it's 40 percent off

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Your picky dog will finally finish her meal. (Photo: Amazon)
Your picky dog will finally finish her meal. (Photo: Amazon)

Finding the perfect dog food is no easy task. Your picky princess may like chicken but not pork, or beef but not salmon, and snub the bits that don’t suit her fancy. But choosing a kibble that whets her appetite, is good for her health, and doesn’t cost as much as a prime cut of filet can feel next to impossible. Amazon feels your pain, so the e-retailer made a dog food that’s all of the above — and right now, you can get it for a whopping 40 percent off!

Wag Dry Dog Food contains 35 percent protein and no added grains, filler, or unrecognizable ingredients.

Wag Dry Dog Food Trial-Size Bag Multipack (Beef, Salmon, Turkey)

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Pick a flavor, any flavor. (Photo: Amazon)

Nobody likes eating the same thing all the time — keep things interesting for your favorite fluffy friend with this pack of three 5-pound bags made with real beef, salmon, and turkey — actually, beef, salmon, and turkey are the number one ingredient of each, respectively.

“I have a picky girl... but she likes the flavor and she eats this!,” says a happy shopper. “I like the ingredients (and the fact she eats her food). The price for a quality ingredient food my dog eats is awesome!”

Shop it: Wag Dry Dog Food Trial-Size Bag Multipack (Beef, Salmon, Turkey), $23 with on-page coupon (was $38), amazon.com

Wag Dry Dog Food, No Added Grains (Beef, Chicken, Salmon & Sweet Potatoes)

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Sweet potato is the magic ingredient. (Photo: Amazon)

This affordable dry dog food is loved by shoppers and dogs alike. The 24-pound bag is available in beef, chicken, or salmon flavors, all containing sweet potato for binding and flavor.

“Molly votes yes for beef and sweet potato Wag,” says another dog owner with a picky pup. “This is a good dog food with lots of the things I want for Molly and few of those I don’t. As dog lovers, we may have gone overboard on the no grains bandwagon, buying any kibble that promises to be grain free. Perhaps it would be more prudent to read the full list of ingredients out loud and choose the one with the most readable ingredients, discarding those you need a degree in chemistry to comprehend. This dog food contains none of those impossible to pronounce preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors. And it does contain ingredients like those you would find in my kitchen..."

Shop it: Wag Dry Dog Food, No Added Grains (Beef, Chicken, Salmon & Sweet Potatoes), $23 with on-page coupon (was $38), amazon.com

Wag Dry Dog Food, 35% Protein, No Added Grains (Beef, Salmon, Turkey, Lamb)

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Stock up. (Photo: Amazon)

Go big or go home — this 40-pound bag will last you, and with a near-perfect rating from over 7,000 reviewers, it’s a safe bet.

“Helps me sleep through the night. Not even joking,” says a five-star reviewer. “I switched dogs over to grain free to help control my dog's horrendous gas issues. Super farty in the houzzzzee! We are down to about one fart per night now, which leads to a more peaceful sleep for me since I am not waking up in the middle of the night six or seven times to accuse my dogs of trying to gas me. Kibble is good size, smells fresh and dogs finish the entire portion they are offered.”

Shop it: Wag Dry Dog Food, 35% Protein, No Added Grains (Beef, Salmon, Turkey, Lamb), $25 with on-page coupon (was $43), amazon.com

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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