Looking for a way to get your pet supplies delivered from online? If so Amazon.com.au has you with their launch today of a new Pet Supplies category.

The category offers hundreds of thousands of products from the pet brands you know and love, including Hill’s Science Diet, Whiskas, Frontline, My Dog and Purina. The category will offer a range of products across accessories, beds, carriers and travel products, grooming products, toys, care items and food.

For us though, it’s the tech that’s the fun part with neat gadgets available like Furbo – a dog treat dispenser with a camera in it you can control from your phone, or a QuickPod selfie stick with a shelf for pet treats to rest on so you can keep your pets attention while capturing the perfect selfie.

For the launch, Amazon is running a competition to ‘find the Face of Amazon Pet Supplies’. Post a picture of your animal buddy to Instagram or the Amazon AU Facebook page before Friday, 19 October 2018 with the hashtag #AmazonPetsAu for the chance to win a year’s supply of Hill’s Science Diet pet food and a professional photography shoot before your friend appears on amazon.com.au.

You can head over to check out all the deals at www.amazon.com.au/pets

Source: Amazon.
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    Steve
    Steve
    1 year ago

    Really…. Dog food is almost double price than that of IGA.

    chris
    chris
    1 year ago

    Thanks. Just had a look at what I buy normally from petcircle and the dog food was $10 more expensive at Amazon. Think I will stick with Petcircle.

    chris
    chris
    Reply to  Daniel Tyson
    1 year ago

    Yeah but just like when they started they got better, it looks like this is a market place style setup and the fees Amazon charges means their prices are inflated.
    We are good at shopping around and am sure we will see some deals come up so always good to know about it.

    Quasar_
    Quasar_
    Reply to  chris
    1 year ago

    It does look like Amazon AU keeping the tradition of charging more than competitors.