Dog Food and Nutrition

Dog Food and Nutrition

Deciding what you can and cannot feed your four legged friend is a crucial decision that you make every single day. You can check out a list of all our dog food reviews here, or take a peek below to find our most popular posts on nutrition.

Dog food reviews

Nom Nom Fresh Dog Food Review: Is It a Good Value?

Pedigree Dog Food Review: Recalls, Pros, and Cons

WholeHearted Dog Food Review: Recalls, Pros & Cons

Farmina Dog Food Review: Recalls, Pros & Cons

Wellness Simple Dog Food Review: Recalls, Pros & Cons

American Journey Dog Food Review: Recalls, Pros, and Cons

With so many options it can be overwhelming to try and remember all the things that your dog can and cannot eat. Even worse still – what if you feed your dog something that actually makes it ill?

With this in mind we set out to create this comprehensive list of all the things that your dog can and cannot eat.

We also made it our mission to find the best of the best for your furry friend. For example, here's our favorite low-carb dog food, and here's the best organic dog treats according to our tests.

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We are continually updating this section to make sure that it really is the only resource you need when it comes to deciding whether or not your dog can eat a certain food.

Please like and share this with any other dog owners you know. Our aim with this is to reach as many dog owners to make sure that no dog ever comes to harm again just because their owner did not have the knowledge to make the correct decision.

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