Dog Food Comparisons

by Sarah Fortrell on February 17, 2011

Don’t you just want to give your dogs the best things in life? I don’t know about you but I treat my dogs like my own family – not just pets that I have around the house. I imagine you do too that’s why you’re taking the time to really study and find out more about dog food comparisons that you know will affect your dog’s health greatly.

What do you know about dog food? There are numerous pet food products that are being sold in groceries and online pet stores nowadays and it’s a challenge to pick out which ones are poor, which ones are good, and which ones stand out above the rest. Many times websites that offer dog food comparisons and reviews are paid by the pet food company, thus giving a less than accurate report on the products that consumers are considering.

Personally, it is very important that I only recommend things that I really believe in. After all, I am a pet owner myself and I know how upsetting it is when I use particular products that are harmful to my own pets. The brands and products that you will find in these sites are those that I have proven (or sincerely believe, if I haven’t had the chance to try them yet) to be beneficial to canines.

Of course if you have your own preferences with the food you serve your pets, your comments will be more than welcome. I would greatly appreciate any additional information that other sincere pet owners, like you and me, will find useful for their own dogs. Dog Food Comparisons

Some of the most critical things you should look for in dog food comparisons are the company, the ingredients and the processing used to package the food.

Dog food business is a big industry and many times, they are a subsidiary of a company that operates a business with human food ingredients. You should be wary of this because many times, these companies use the by-products of these food ingredients and mask the taste with artificial flavorings and preservatives – chemical additives that are harmful to your dog’s health.

Look for brands that not only endeavor to give the highest quality ingredients in their products, but invest in technology that preserve the food the best. The mildest form of processing is dehydrating the food. This retains most of the nutrients that is found in its original form. Freeze drying is also another processing method that you can consider when choosing the dog food brand for your pet.

Remember, the really good dog food brands will cost a little bit more than the commercial pet food you see in the grocery aisles. It’s worth it. A few extra dollars is surely a small price to pay to ensure your dog’s best health, right? Imagine all the vet bills and treatments you will save because you have a healthy and happy pet. Share this dog food comparisons guide to help your other pet owner friends enjoy a healthy pet today!

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