Finding the right dog food for your dog is not always as easy as it sounds. First of all, it's really important to check the back of the label. You want to avoid by-products, corn, glutens, wheat and artificial preservatives.
There is also a list of scientifically named ingredients that you'll also want to avoid, e.g. Propylene Glycol. I have a hard time remembering all the scientific names, so I find it easiest to go to: Dog Food Advisor and look up the dog food I'm thinking about purchasing to ensure it has a good review. They have quite an extensive list of dog food reviews (over 750) and also alerts on dog food recalls.
At Dogsized, we have not listed all the dog food and treats out there, but rather hand picked dog food, dog brands and treats that we would recommend. If you're looking for an exhaustive list of dog food ratings, we recommend you go to Dog Food Advisor.
Give your dog some fun and mental exercise with dog treat dispenser toys – put your dog’s food or tasty treats in a toy and your dog works to get to the food. Especially for puppies, it’s a great way to keep dogs entertained.
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