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Dog Food Reviews: Reading Between the Lines

Your dog is more than just a family pet – he is your friend and your companion. This being the case, you want to provide him with not only the best care possible but also a healthy diet! Shopping for dog food can be challenging (and overwhelming at times) simply because there are so many options to choose from. Many dog owners turn to dog food reviews in hopes of receiving helpful advice on choosing the right product for their pet. Many of those reviews are biased or provide inaccurate information. If you are looking for help in choosing a dog food for your pet, look for unbiased reviews written by concerned pet owners, not company affiliates.

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How Manufacturers Market Products

Commercial dog food manufacturers are quite clever when it comes to marketing their products, using tag lines that incorporate words like “natural” and “premium” to catch consumers’ eyes. What you have to realize, however, is that in many cases these words are nothing more than false promises. For example, a product that claims to be made with chicken may, in fact, be made with chicken – it may not be completely chicken, however. Many commercial dog food companies use animal by-products like poultry by-product meal, which, though it comes from poultry, contains more bones, and rendered material than actual meat. Because the ingredient comes from poultry, however, the company can get away with saying that their product is made with “real chicken”.

Not all dog food companies follow these practices but you should not necessarily trust that words like “natural” or “holistic” mean what you think they do. One company might call its product “natural” simply because it uses whole protein sources while another deems its products natural because it doesn’t use artificial preservatives. Though the nutritional value of commercial dog food products is accredited by AAFCO (the American Association of Feed Control Officials), there are few regulations regarding the use of marketing terms. This is why having a solid, reputable source of information is so important when choosing a dog food for your pet.

Unbiased Reviews from Dog Food Guru

Dog Food Guru is a start-up company founded by Sean Green, a leading web developer and dedicated pet lover. This website exists to provide concerned consumers like you with up-to-date, unbiased information about all of the top dog food brands on the market. Here you will find in-depth information about the good and bad for popular products to help you make the choice that is right for your pet. Dog Food Guru does not receive any compensation from dog food manufacturers so you can be sure that the reviews provided are honest and unbiased.

If you want the best for your dog, take the time to choose a high-quality and healthy dog food. Not to worry – you don’t have to do it alone! Dog Food Guru is here to provide you with the information you need to make the best decision for you and your pet. 

1 comment to Dog Food Reviews: Reading Between the Lines

  • Thank you for posting this article and your research. I recently wrote an article on the dangers of commercial dog food and was amazed at the response. In general, people do not seem to be aware of this. Six years ago we switched to a raw food diet for our dogs and within a couple weeks their health improved dramatically. They are now 14 and 18 years old and in extremely good health.

    Carol @ Battered Hope

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