Features February 2012 Issue

Whole Dog Journal's 2012 Dry Dog Food Review

How do you choose? Well, you have to start somewhere . . . and you are probably already feed your dog something, right? Analyze the food, assess your dog’s condition, and start to improve the diet.

Whole Dog Journal's 2012 Dry Dog Food Review

How we analyze and decide which dog foods belong in the top tier of quality – and which to feed to our own dogs.

Here is Whole Dog Journal's Approved Dry Dog Foods List for 2012. In addition to our list of this year’s top dry dog foods we show you how to interpret the ingredient list on a dog food label, what ingredients are best, what the "best by" date really means, what to expect from a manufacturer's customer service department as well as ways to determine which of our top foods is best for your dog. Every year, new manufacturers enter the dog food market and established manufacturers come out with new formulations. Whole Dog Journal's Approved Dry Dog Food List analyzes each to determine which foods belong in the top tier of quality.

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