Abound Dog Food earns the Advisor’s mid-tier rating of 3.5 stars.
Taste of the Wild Dog Food receives the Advisor’s second-highest tier rating of 4.5 stars.
Lol this food is absolute crap, and wayyy overpriced. Why spend $50 on a bag of this when you could go for Earthborn, Acana, or raw food? This food should be a 2 star rating, no dog should have to eat it.
Chicken Soup for the Soul is a plant-based dry dog food using a moderate amount of named meats as its main sources of animal protein, thus earning the brand 4 stars.
Pedigree Dog Food receives the Advisor’s lowest rating of 1 star.
Orijen Dog Food (USA) receives the Advisor’s top rating of 5 stars.
In the dry food category, we found a number of high-quality dog foods that earn great grades from pet-food advocates. Though we name as our Best Reviewed selection, any of the top-rated foods that we discuss below deserve consideration. In the end, cost, availability and how much your dog likes or does not like a particular food will likely tip the balance for you.hen we're deciding which dog food we want to feed our pets for a long period of time, one thing is always clear in our minds: we love our dogs and want to provide them with the best dog food that's nutritious and safe to eat. Looking at dog food ratings and checking dog food reviews websites can help us decide which choice will be healthy for our canines.Neither Evo nor Wellness have been entirely free of concerns, but both brands continue to rate highly with experts and most owners. In 2012, one Wellness dry dog food (not a Wellness Core variety) was recalled as part of the big Diamond Pet Foods salmonella recall. Wellness immediately stopped using Diamond to make any of its products. In 2013, all dry dog food made by Natura (Evo's parent company) was recalled -- again, due to possible salmonella contamination. Natura is now owned by Mars, Inc. which bought the brand from Procter & Gamble in 2014.There are a lot of resources on the internet that we can use for dog food ratings and dog food reviews. It's especially useful for those of us who are not content to settle with the most popular commercial brand of dog food, and don't have the time to study and analyze every dog food ingredient, every label and every brand available.This is where dog food ratings websites starting popping up after someone realized that pet owners need help with the research process. Some of those websites are truly helpful and useful for us, and some not so much.The way the review is done is as follows. A reputable dog food ratings site will usually pick a brand of commercial pet food that can be bought by anybody, and they measure them against certain established criteria. These “established criteria” is set by and .