Features February 2007 Issue

Whole Dog Journal's 2007 Dry Dog Food Review

Foods that are labeled 'complete and balanced' may not be either. (And if they are NOT labeled 'complete and balanced,' you are on your own!)

Not all that long ago, selecting a dry food for your dog was pretty simple. What brand (singular) did your local pet supply store carry? What size bag did you want? And would you like some help out with that, ma'am? Today, making a choice of dry foods can be immensely more complex that is, if you buy into the notion that not all gcomplete and balancedh diets are equal.

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