Features February 2016 Issue

Approved Dry Dog Food List: 2016

This year, the list is arranged alphabetically by the food names, not their makers.

What follows is a list of foods that meet all of our selection criteria. Whether or not you have seen them before, or can get them, may depend on where you live and where you shop although, remember, many of these products are increasingly available through online pet supply retailers.

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