Latest Dog Food Reviews
Merrick Backcountry Freeze Dried Meal Mixer Real Beef Recipe
If you are looking for a high-quality, nutritious diet for your dog then you should consider this Backcountry Freeze Dried Meal Mixer from Merrick. This product consists of freeze-dried pieces of nutritious food made with real beef, beef liver, and other nutritious ingredients. Not only is it completely gluten-free and grain-free, but it is rich in... [Read more of this review]
Nutro Small Bites Lamb and Rice Adult Dog Food
Nutro Small Bites Lamb and Rice Adult Dog Food is specially formulated to meet the high-energy needs of small-breed dogs – it also comes with smaller kibbles to accommodate for smaller mouths. Made with a limited number of ingredients, this recipe is ideal for dogs that suffer from digestive issues and food sensitivities. All of the ingredients used... [Read more of this review]
Castor & Pollux Organix Grain-Free Range with Raw Bites Dog Food Review
This Organix Grain-Free Range with Raw Bites Formula from Castor and Pollux is one of the few dog food products that carries the USDA Certified Organic seal. Made with a variety of premium-quality and organic ingredients, this recipe also features freeze-dried raw bites. The first ingredient for this formula is fresh organic chicken and the ingredients... [Read more of this review]
Canidae Grain-Free PURE Land Bison Dog Food Review
This Grain-Free PURE Land adult dog formula from Canidae is unique from other dog foods in that it is made with fresh bison as the primary protein source. Not only is bison a lean, protein-rich ingredient but it is a novel source of protein as well, unlikely to trigger food allergies or sensitivities in your dog. This grain-free formula is made with... [Read more of this review]
Blue Buffalo Basics Grain-Free Turkey & Potato Dog Food Review
This Grain-Free Turkey & Potato Recipe belongs to Blue Buffalo’s Basics line of Limited Ingredient Diets. Made with a limited number of ingredients, this formula is ideal for dogs suffering from food sensitivities or digestive problems. This recipe features premium animal proteins like deboned turkey and turkey meal as well as gluten-free, grain-free... [Read more of this review]
Royal Canin Urban Life Adult Small Dog Food Review
Royal Canin Urban Life dog food for small adult dogs is suitable for dogs 10 months to 8 years of age. This formula is specially created for small companion dogs that are impacted with a busy daily routine that exposes them to heavy traffic and noisy public areas. It helps support a healthy active lifestyle and includes nutrients for healthy brain function.
Royal... [Read more of this review]
PC Nutrition First Lamb & Brown Rice Premium Adult Dry Dog Food Review
President’s Choice PC Nutrition First Lamb & Brown Rice Dry Dog food is created for adult dogs. It is made with a delicious combination of ingredients that provides essential omega-3 fatty acids, minerals and vitamins that promote a healthy heart, coat, skin and eyes.
PC Nutrition First Lamb & Brown Rice Premium Adult Dry Dog Food Ingredients... [Read more of this review]
Orijen TUNDRA Dog Food Review
Orijen Tundra dog food formula is prepared with local and fresh ingredients from the Yukon waters, Bering Sea and Canada. It is guaranteed to keep your dog strong and healthy. It has an abundance of nourishing meat and essential minerals and vitamins needed for a healthy life. It is low in carbohydrates and supports healthy blood sugar levels. It is... [Read more of this review]
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One of the most important responsibilities that come with raising a puppy is providing the best dog food that will supply all the nutrients which are needed for your pet’s growth and maintenance.
Different ages of dogs have variable demands in terms of what essential nutrients should be present and at what levels in a particular dog food formula. Growing puppies require more protein while sporting dogs need larger amounts of energy which can be provided by the carbohydrate component of the dog food. Of course, small dog breeds would require lesser amounts of dog food per day compared to large dog breeds. Pregnant dogs have different nutritional demands as compared to geriatric dogs. There are also dogs that need special pet food formulas because of certain hypersensitivity reactions to common dog food ingredients such as poultry meat and soy.
For most first-time pet owners, picking out the best dog food for their dogs is often difficult. The wide array of commercial dog foods available coupled with rampant advertising can certainly influence an owner’s decision. However, there are a lot of resources which can help you select the best dog food for your new pet. Although price may be one of your prime considerations, the nutritional content and the ingredients are equally important factors as well. Your veterinarian can also be a rich source of information regarding pros and cons of commercially available dog foods.
Common denominators of the highest rated dog foods include a grain-free formula that contains only high-quality ingredients with no artificial ingredients added. Fillers, by-products and common allergenic ingredients such as corn, wheat, or soy have no place in a high quality dog food ration.
Although there will be dog owners who will first be convinced into buying brands because they can be quite inexpensive, a closer look at the ingredients will reveal that corn, meat by-products, and grains constitute the major ingredients. Dogs can hardly digest corn while meat-by products are inferior sources of protein.
In picking out the best dog food, the bottom line in selecting the best food for your dog is to know what really matters—not the price or the popularity but what your dog requires to remain healthy and happy!