Features February 2016 Issue

2016 Approved Dry Dog Foods: Whole Dog Journal's Annual Ratings

Nutrients listed in the “guaranteed analysis” box are subject for surveillance and enforcement. The levels listed there really are a guarantee.

2016 Approved Dry Dog Foods: Whole Dog Journal's Annual Ratings

How to choose which dry foods to feed your dog.

Many people are under the impression that all dog food labeled as “complete and balanced” contains an ideal, uniform amount of nutrients – just enough of what dogs need, but not too much. Meats like chicken, venison, and beef provide a good amount of protein, but how much is too much? Some dog foods are heavy on the grain products, but whether this is healthy or unhealthy completely depends on your dog. Some people are under the impression that dogs don't need vegetables, but dogs DO need a certain helping of vitamins and minerals so excluding veggies is a bad idea. To get Whole Dog Journal's full analysis of the best dry dog foods out there, read on!

To continue reading this article you must be a paid subscriber.

Subscribe today for instant access to thousands of dog training, health, and nutrition articles and tips. The Whole Dog Journal will...

  • Recommend the best and safest foods and products for your dog.
  • Guide you through the most effective positive dog training methods.
  • Help you understand when your dog is bored, anxious, tired, or hungry. You won't believe some of the signs!
  • Show you the healthiest and most effective homeopathic and mainstream remedies, diets, and medicines.

Your satisfaction to The Whole Dog Journal is guaranteed. Subscribe today to see why hundreds of thousands of dog owners trust us as the #1 source of information.

 

Subscriber Log In

Forgot your password? Click Here.
Already subscribed but haven't registered for all the benefits of the website? Click here.