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How can I learn more about what food to feed my dog?
This is a highly contested subject and there are a plethora of choices to make your decision from. As I have stated elsewhere, I am no nutritionist, I am just well informed through inumerable hours of research. Hollistic Veterinarians are good sources of information. I found out from one such veterinarian that foods I thought were top
I am not, nor do I claim to be a canine nutritionist, if you believe there is something wrong with your dog, take your dog to your vet and have him/her examined. It's always best to be safe rather than sorry.
These analysis sites are not owned by me, nor do I have any monetary or other interests in them. I just find them very informative for individuals that want to give the best nutrition to their dogs. Dog Food Advisor and Dog Food Analysis
quality were far from it. I will not be naming names, you will need to make those decisions for yourself. What he told me to avoid were these things; soy, dairy, wheat (specifically gluten), corn and pork. You would think with those few items, it would be easy to avoid foods that contain them. The problem is, wheat and corn are very common fillers and can be quite hard to avoid in the 'premium' dog foods and darn near impossible in the less expensive foods. Since I cannot name names nor give you direct suggestions, what I will do is provide you with two sites that will give you a very good analysis of dog foods currently on the market.
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