Features February 2013 Issue

Whole Dog Journal's 2013 Dry Dog Food Review

Whole Dog Journal's 2013 Dry Dog Food Review

Understanding how the foods listed in this year’s review met our selection criteria as a top quality dry dog food.

Identifying a top quality dog food is not that difficult; I’m going to tell you how to do it in just a minute. But it may be difficult to find dog foods of this quality if you live far from an urban center or an independent pet supply store run by someone with more than a passing interest in canine nutrition. It may be even more difficult to afford some of the dog food brands listed; quality pet food ingredients cost more. But it shouldn’t be at all hard to see the improvements in your dog’s health if you’ve been feeding a low-quality food and make the switch to products of this quality.

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