With the myriad choices of dog foods on the market, how do you know if your pet is getting the most nutritional bang for your buck? The best way to approach your pet food buying decisions is the same as buying groceries for your family - read the ingredients! If the first 5 ingredients are meat (beef, chicken, lamb, etc.), eggs, and vegetables, you can rest assured that it is a quality food. If you see grains (wheat, corn, etc.) or words you can't pronounce in the first 5 ingredients, that is not a food your pet will thrive on.
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Jeff Dentler, CPDT-KA, FFCP, CTDI