Features March 2008 Issue

Additional Whole Dog Journal 2008 Approved Dry Foods

Products we missed, were late, or were somehow incomplete!

This is absolutely not an excuse, but do us a favor and look at the incredible accumulation of minute facts about dog foods that appeared in the February issue and in this one; it may have been inevitable that we made a few small mistakes. We apologize for any inconvenience we have caused through the following errors and/or oversights.

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