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How to Find the Best Dry Dog Food: Behind <i>The Whole Dog Journal</i>’s Approved Dry Dog Food List

How to Find the Best Dry Dog Food: Behind The Whole Dog Journal’s Approved Dry Dog Food List

Is your dog getting the best dog food for him? Dry dog food, or kibble, is likely part (or maybe most) of what you serve. Make sure the brands you buy provide the best diet for his needs and health.

The food you give your dog plays a critical role in his well-being, both on a daily basis and long-term. He needs a diet with the right nutrients to keep him active, happy, and healthy. And make no mistake: Not all dog foods are created equal. Since 1998, The Whole Dog Journal has been proving that much in an annual review and ratings of dry dog foods.\n\nDog food brands like Champion Petfoods’ Orijen, Diamond’s Taste of the Wild, Blue Buffalo, and Merrick have been regulars on the Whole Dog Journal Approved list in recent years, as have Artemis, Bench & Field, Natura’s California Natural, and Wellpet’s Wellness, among many others.

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