Running low on pet food? These are the best deals from online suppliers

Get your pet food delivered straight to your front door and keep your animal family happy during isolation

Get pet food delivered from online retailers to make sure you have enough food for your cat or dog during coronavirus isolation
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Running out of pet food and can't find what you need in the supermarket? Or has your cat or dog eaten its way through your treat stash now you're spending more time at home? Either way, we've found the online stores that are offering high-quality cat and dog food delivered direct to your door. And the best bit? All of it's on offer.

Remember, the latest Government advice encourages us to to still get fresh air each day during the Coronavirus outbreak, and that applies to your pets, too. It's fine to continue walking your dog at the moment, just walk alone and try to keep two metres' away from other walkers. Despite some rumours, pets can't catch the virus, so it's fine to continue letting your cat or dog play out in the garden as well.

(*This article was a great excuse for us to spend ages looking at pics of pets – scroll to the bottom for cuteness overload.)

1. Custom meals for your dog or cat from £1.31 a day on Butternut Box

Butternut Box has been causing a stir on the pet food scene for a while with their recipes that look good enough for human consumption. Honestly, fresh meat and veg in a tasty smelling gravy that will have your pet (and you) salivating. Meals can be bought to suit your own pet's needs and food sensitivities. 

2. Get branded dog and cat food from just 85p using Amazon Pantry

Cat constantly asking for treats now you're spending more time at home? Bulk buy 12 packs of Dreamies cat treats to stay in your pet's good books. If you haven't used Amazon Pantry before, it's a great place to pick up household essentials, including all kinds of pet food. Simply add four eligible items to your basket to get free delivery.

3. Save 10% on pet food subscriptions from Natures Menu

Love anything that saves time? Schedule your dog or cat food deliveries from Natures Menu and you'll save 10 per cent on everything you buy. When you subscribe, your pet's treats and meals arrive at your house as scheduled, every one, two, four or eight weeks. And if you need to change the amount, type or frequency of food you receive, you can update, pause or cancel your order at any time. Oh, and you get free delivery on any order over £29, too.

4. Get freshly cooked KatKin cat meals, from £1.75 a day

Will only the best do for your cat? Then you need to sign up for food deliveries from KatKin, which start at £1.75 per day. Simply enter a few deals about your cat and its activity levels and then sign up to receive made-to-order pet food deliveries made using human-quality ingredients. Seriously, this stuff looks good enough to eat! All new orders get a 10 per cent discount, and delivery is free. 

5. £2 for a two-week dog food trial from 

Tailoring the food you feed to your dog's lifestyle and characteristics is the latest pet food trend. Enter a few details about your dog's breed, weight and activity levels on and then sign up to receive a tailored food deliveries each week. There's an introductory offer at the moment where you can get a two-week trial of any food for just a £2 delivery charge. After the trial, prices start from just £1.92 a week for a small dog.

6. 15kg of adult dog food from Pets At Home for £31.49

If you've got a large dog, or more than one, then you'll get through dried food at a rate of knots. Pets at Home has 15kg bags of its AVA dried dog food for £31.49, with free delivery, if you sign up to monthly deliveries. They are advising some deliveries may be slower than normal during the Coronavirus outbreak, but are still accepting orders and fulfilling deliveries. Don't forget to join the VIP Club to get 10 per cent off all orders, plus receive exclusive offers, expert tips and advice and support an animal charity of choice.

Get pet food delivered to your door during Coronavirus

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Laura Crombie
Laura Crombie

Laura is Brand Development Editor for Real Homes, focusing on video and events. She has written about homes and interiors for the last 12 years and was Deputy Editor and Editor of Real Homes before taking on her current position. She's currently deciding whether to extend the kitchen of her family home in Worcestershire or relocate for a renovation project and bigger garden.