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rachel-ray

Get a FREE sample of Rachel Ray Noutrish Dog Food or after signing up you can select not to wait for the sample and get a $3.50 off any 6 lb bag printable coupon.

The sample is has been around a while, but I don’t remember the coupon before.  That’s a big saving off of one small bag of dog food!

(thanks Toni!)

    • avenlee

      Thanks! This coupon is great!

    • Amy Engh

      On top of all the savings, all the profits of Rachel Ray's pet foods goes to animal shelters!! LOVE THAT!!

    • Michelle

      Who sells this dog food? I can't find it. Our Walmart carried it for a short time, then stopped.

    • gma

      I got the sample. It made my dog throw-up.Gma

    • pharmSCgirl

      My mom's dogs love this dog food. They gobbled the sample up in no time so it's great to have this coupon. It let me print it twice.

    • Thanks so much. This is what we feed our dog but I hadn't seen any coupons lately.

    • shay

      i wish it wouldve let me sign up again, i was hoping to get a good sample. last time it was expired. i sent an email asking if it was still safe for the dog, never got an answer so i trashed it. wouldve liked to have been able to let the dog try it.

    • Bailey

      I ordered this sample in January and never got it. It still says “one per household” so I can't sign up again. Oh well

    • Valerie

      And if you don't have a dog, you can donate it to the basket in front of Petco (or any pet store). :)

    • Carole

      When I ordered this sample a few months back (wish I could remember exactly when) it not only had a free sample, but also a coupon for a free 6 pound bag. Good thing the coupon doesn't expire until the end of the year, because I can't seem to find it!

    • Ash

      Just FYI, in my opinion this dog food is fantastic. I have two dogs and maybe I'm a little crazy but they are treated as members of my family. We used to feed them a very popular national brand and it was causing my labrador to literally itch his skin off. He is a beautiful dog but he was obviously allergic to something, and we figured out it was his food. We switched them to Wellness, a brand usually found at Petco or pet boutiques (not Petsmart). It was very good food but so expensive and was pretty draining on our budget…plus our dogs did not seem to like the taste of it. We discovered the Rachel Ray food, checked out the ingredients, and decided to give it a try. Our dogs love it and have thrived on it. I've seen it a Wal-Mart, Publix, and Kroger for about $6-$7 for a small 6lb bag and about $13-$15 for I think a 13lb bag. This is a huge savings over what we were spending before. It has been a life-saver for our budget and most importantly our dog's health.

      So, in my opinion, if you want to give your dog quality food without having to pay $60 a bag (that's what we were paying), give this a try. And yes, the proceeds go to shelter dogs, which is terrific! And thanks to Jenny posting this coupon, you should be able to try a 6lb bag with your dog for around $2.50-$3 when it's on sale. I really think it's worth it…it's good food at a reasonable price.

    • Valerie

      And if you don't have a dog, you can donate it to the basket in front of Petco (or any pet store). :)

    • Carole

      When I ordered this sample a few months back (wish I could remember exactly when) it not only had a free sample, but also a coupon for a free 6 pound bag. Good thing the coupon doesn't expire until the end of the year, because I can't seem to find it!

    • Ash

      Just FYI, in my opinion this dog food is fantastic. I have two dogs and maybe I'm a little crazy but they are treated as members of my family. We used to feed them a very popular national brand and it was causing my labrador to literally itch his skin off. He is a beautiful dog but he was obviously allergic to something, and we figured out it was his food. We switched them to Wellness, a brand usually found at Petco or pet boutiques (not Petsmart). It was very good food but so expensive and was pretty draining on our budget…plus our dogs did not seem to like the taste of it. We discovered the Rachel Ray food, checked out the ingredients, and decided to give it a try. Our dogs love it and have thrived on it. I've seen it a Wal-Mart, Publix, and Kroger for about $6-$7 for a small 6lb bag and about $13-$15 for I think a 13lb bag. This is a huge savings over what we were spending before. It has been a life-saver for our budget and most importantly our dog's health.

      So, in my opinion, if you want to give your dog quality food without having to pay $60 a bag (that's what we were paying), give this a try. And yes, the proceeds go to shelter dogs, which is terrific! And thanks to Jenny posting this coupon, you should be able to try a 6lb bag with your dog for around $2.50-$3 when it's on sale. I really think it's worth it…it's good food at a reasonable price.