Features February 2011 Issue

Holistic Dry Dog Foods That Missed The Mark

Aiming for the “Holistic” Dog Food Market, But Missing the Mark

The eight products we reviewed in this article are intended to appeal to dog owners who are interested in a “holistic” and/or “healthy” food for their dogs. None contains artificial colors or artificial preservatives. But none can hold a candle to the products on our “approved” foods list. Each misses that mark – some miss by just a bit, and some miss by a country mile.

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