Choosing the Best Dog Food for Your Pup

We all want the best for our pups. From good nutrition to keeping them fit, owners want our dogs as healthy and active as possible. That’s why many of us often wonder how to choose the best dog foods for our pups. Although this depends on a number of factors like food allergies, existing health conditions, activity levels, and stage of life, researching the right brands and products now will keep your dog happy and healthy for years to come.

Below, we will discuss some tips and tricks for separating the “wheat from the chaff” or, in other words, quality dog foods from those filled with fillers and nutrient-sparse ingredients.

How to Tell The Difference Between Good and Bad Dog Foods

With the huge number of options that exist on the market, finding the best dog food can be hard! And unfortunately, we can’t always rely on what the pet food manufacturing companies are saying since they spend millions of dollars a year on advertising and marketing to convince consumers that their products are the healthiest.

Luckily, food companies are required to list their ingredients on their packaging, which is a great start to figuring out whether it’s good for your canine. However, these lists aren’t always the easiest to decipher with ingredients like Ethoxyquin, BHA, BHT, and Propylene Glycol.

Further, even the basic ingredients we understand – like chicken –can be listed as “chicken meal”, “chicken by-products”, “chicken dinner”, “with chicken”, or “chicken flavor”. These all sound the same but they actually mean very different things. Knowing the difference between them can help save you money while also keeping you from being fooled into buying dog foods that are unhealthy and virtually void of the nutrients that your dogs need to stay healthy!

Below, our friends at Dog Food Genius have put together an extensive guide to answer the above questions and much, much more! Check out their resource to learn what makes the best dog food for your pet.

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One Comment

  1. Mary Alexander says:

    Information that I have been seeking! Thank you!


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