Features December 2013 Issue

Whole Dog Journal's 2013 Canned Dog Food Review

All of these products are far better (and way more expensive) than the canned foods you’d find in supermarkets. When it comes to food, you get what you pay for, and health and safety are worth the price

Whole Dog Journal's 2013 Canned Dog Food Review

Canned food’s benefits to your dog may offset the higher cost of this type of diet.

Price is the most commonly cited reason that people prefer to feed dry food to their dogs; canned food is far more expensive to feed than dry food. Owners of large dogs or multiple dogs rarely feed canned food as anything other than an occasional treat, for this reason alone. Of course, there are other objections, too.

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