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    If Your Pet Is Basically Your Child, This Pet-Food Delivery Service Is Totally Worth It

    NomNomNow is a pawesome choice if your cat or dog has health issues, is a picky eater, or simply deserves the very best quality food money can buy.

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    If you're a pet owner, you've probably done at least a handful of research to figure out the best food to feed your furry companion based on their needs and preferences.

    And maybe you've considered home-cooked meals for your pets, so you can know exactly what they're eating — but you simply don't have the time, you overworked American. Well, pet parents of the USA, I've found the next best thing: a pet-food subscription service that delivers fresh, human-grade food right to your door.

    NomNomNow offers four different flavors (and the option to rotate them if your pup is an equal-opportunity meal-eater).

    For me, finding a food that wouldn't trigger my pup's food allergies was key.

    I was feeling a little guilty that I hadn't thought to feed my cat Benny a mostly fresh-cooked meal too when I heard about NomNomNow's new offering of cat food.

    I love that the portions are already laid out for you, but most of all I love that I'm giving my pets top-notch food that I hope will contribute to their longevity and overall wellbeing.

    Get a week's worth (14 meals) of NomNomNow dog food or cat food starting at $30; pricing varies based on weight and activity level.

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