Features February 2006 Issue

Whole Dog Journal's 2006 Dry Dog Food Review

How to identify the healthiest dry dog foods on the market.

As we have described in our annual food reviews since 1998, this task starts with top-quality ingredients. To mix a metaphor, you really can’t make a silk purse out of sows’ ears, chicken heads, bovine tumors, restaurant grease, rendered fat from animals that died on farms, and cheap grain by-products left over from the human food manufacturing industry.

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