We all like to keep our beloved animals healthy and safe. We protect them from eating foods with artificial sweeteners and away from foods like grapes and raisins that can cause renal failure. But sometimes we don’t think about the importance of the dog food that we are feeding them day in and day out. We often assume that if we can buy it at a specialty store —whether large chains like Pet Smart or your local pet store—that the food is okay. Often times we are unaware of what’s in that food we give them.
I know I’ve changed dog food to a grain free variety after the food I thought was good was subject to several recalls and lawsuits. Now I’m thinking further of a change after reading about the top foods and why they are good for your dog and why some I thought were good might not be so good after all.
The people at reviews.com have looked at over 2000 dog food varieties and analyzed them in terms of content and how safe they might be for your pet. After all a healthy dog is a happy dog. Here is an in depth look at what they found out.