Features November 2011 Issue

Whole Dog Journal's 2011 Canned Dog Food Review

Here’s just a sampling of the top-quality wet dog foods that appear on our “approved” foods list. They range from high protein and super-high fat products to more moderately formulated foods.

Whole Dog Journal's 2011 Canned Dog Food Review

High-quality wet dog foods – canned or pouched – are healthier than dry dog foods.

Wet dog food is much more “natural” for dogs to eat than dry kibble. Its moisture content is closer to that of meats, eggs, fruits, and vegetables – the sort of things that canines have eaten for the tens of thousands of years before commercial dog foods were invented. Wet foods usually contain more animal protein – the optimum base of a carnivore’s diet – than even very high-quality dry foods. Even the varieties that are formulated with grain – not at all what dogs have eaten as they evolved – contain far less grain than dry foods.

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