Coles has slashed the prices on some of its most popular pet products by up to 50 per cent this October to help combat the increasing cost of living.

Over four weeks, Coles customers can save on leading brands including Elevate, Fussy Cat, and Bow Wow on a range of products from pet food to dog beds and automatic feeders.

The promotion is part of the limited-edition Coles Best Buys range, which also includes a host of quality products available exclusively online.

To combat the increasing cost of living, Coles is offering customers big savings in the pet aisle across trusted brands throughout the month, including 40 per cent off Farmers Market, 30 per cent off Bow Wow, and 30 per cent off My Dog.

Also included in the offer is 30 per cent off VitaPet products including the Milky Sticks Puppy Dog Treats.

Meanwhile, the latest Coles Best Buys offering, available at 507 Coles supermarkets, features a range of pet furniture, gadgets, and toys at great value prices.

In addition to the affordable Pampered Pets range available in selected stores, there are even more products available exclusively online with free delivery available across all orders, nationwide.

Coles General Manager for Non-Food, Jonathan Torr, said Coles is well aware of the demand for pet products and accessories.

“Pet ownership increased significantly during the pandemic, and we know our customers love to spoil their pets and keep them happy and entertained,” he said.

“With the recent rise in cost of living, Coles are aware that the cost of owning a pet is also on the up, so we are hopeful the slashed prices throughout the pet aisle across a range of trusted brands will help ease the pressure for our customers. I am also particularly excited about the Coles Best Buy Pampered Pets range, which offers a host of affordable ways to make sure your pet is comfortable and happy without blowing out the family budget.”

Coles Best Buys Pampered Pets online range is available in select stores and online now.

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