Without further ado, here’s our top ten picks for dry dog food:
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I just stumbled across your post and I had question about my dog. When giving treats we always make her work for it, sitting and staying. When she does not obey, she receives no treats. I often use things such as apples or bananas as treats. Recently though she has started to seek out food. For example, I had a snack in my backpack and she got into the bag and dug out the food. When I caught her, she became really aggressive, snarling and trying to bite when I tried to take the food away. During actual treat times she obeys so I’m unsure what to do. Thanks!
Many companies now offersenior dog food formulations, which Nunez recommends as an age-appropriate dietfor older pets because they’re lower in calories.
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Wow I never thought there was dog food for certain dogs.
If the package of dog food that you regularly purchase for your dog had a picture of a dead dog on the front accompanied by the words, “Fortified with 100 percent natural dog meat!” would you still buy it? Probably not. And yet this might very well be what you are scanning at the grocery store checkout and scooping into your dog’s bowl.Under Food and Drug Administration regulations, only about 50 percent of a cow can be sold for human consumption. The hide, bones, digestive system and it contents, brain, feces, udders, and various other undesirable parts are all left over after a cow is slaughtered and butchered. The stuff that can’t even go into hotdogs gets consolidated and shipped to rendering plants. Slaughterhouses that handle pigs and chickens also send their leftovers to rendering plants. So do many other facilities that find themselves with large volumes of otherwise unusable dead animal parts, including animal shelters and veterinary clinics that euthanize a lot of animals.Dog food is made from many strange things, only a few of which are evident in the list of ingredients. The packaging tends to depict fat, healthy chickens; vegetables that look like they ought to win a ribbon at the county fair; and either thick, juicy steaks or sedate-looking cows. But at around $15 for a 15-pound bag of dry food, nobody is spending enough money to turn a T-bone into dog food. The stuff that ends up in dog food is material that can’t be sold as food for humans. We have different standards for what our animals eat from what we would put in our own mouths, but where should we draw the line?My dog feeding page may surprise you! The best dog food for your dog is real homemade food – primarily meat and vegetables. If you're looking for healthy dog food, real homemade food is IT.