Dog Food Reviews
There must be hundreds of new dog food companies and products out for the public to chose from and, since most dogs can’t read, it’s up to their two legged companions to find a food that will fit the dog’s lifestyle, breed, size, age and activity levels.
Fortunately there are some websites that can help out in determining the most beneficial food for your companion.
Dog Food Advisors In depth dog food reviews and dog food ratings updated regularly. Here’s what they have to say “About the Dog Food Advisor”
Maybe it’s just me, but with all the information out there about dog food, why is it so darned hard to figure out which one to buy?
Shouldn’t choosing dog food be a whole lot easier?
I think so. That’s why I created the Dog Food Advisor. So, you can get unbiased help in choosing good dog food.
I want you to have instant access to the latest:
The Dog Food Advisor’s approach to choosing dog food is based upon one very important concept:
No dog food can ever be magically better than the ingredients that were used to make it
How could it?
That’s why it’s so important for you to know what’s actually in your dog’s food – before you buy it. And the only reliable way I know to do that is to learn to read a dog food label.
It’s quick. It’s easy. And on this website, I’ll even do it for you.
Best of all, you could be adding years of good health to your dog’s life.
Hi, my name is Mike Sagman. And as the editor and creator of the Dog Food Advisor, I think it’s important for you to know a little about my background.
I’m a graduate of the Medical College of Virginia with a doctoral degree in dental surgery.
And my college training includes a major in chemistry and a minor in biology.
Yet none of my education or my 30+ plus years in the practice of dental medicine should be considered a precondition for writing and editing the Dog Food Advisor.
No, I’m not a veterinarian. However, I am considered an authority on reading and interpreting pet food labels.
The many articles you’ll find here are the direct result of information I’ve personally aggregated from readily available public sourcesâ€¦
Books, journals, and published research materials at the United States National Institute of Health PubMed medical libraries.
And of course, from dog food company resources.
All the reviews on this website represent many thousands of hours of my own hard work – which I do whenever I’m not taking care of my human patients.
The Dog Food Advisor is a personal blog written and edited by me. The views and opinions expressed here are presented in good faith and are strictly my own.
I do not accept money or gifts from pet food manufacturers in exchange for special consideration in the preparation of my reviews or ratings.
To learn how I support the cost of running this website, please feel free to read my public Disclosure and Disclaimer page.
What really made me passionate about canine nutrition was the result of a personal tragedy.
In 2007, I lost a wonderful little shelter dog named Penny to my unquestioned trust of commercial pet food.
So, after that heartbreaking experience I made it my personal goal to never again let anything like that happen to any dog in my care.
And I’d like to help you make sure what happened to Penny could never happen to your dog either.
Have you ever bought a dog food and discovered something about it you didn’t like? Or maybe you finally found one you believe is the perfect choice for your dog.
Here’s how you can help us grow a valuable dog food resource:
Simply share what you know about any dog food we review with the rest of us.
Your personal experience with different dog foods could provide valuable information for everyone. So, please leave your comments and opinions after any review you read.
I’d love to hear from you.
And so would the rest of the world’s dog lovers.
So, be sure to read our latest dog food reviews. And feel free to share everything you learn here with anyone who has a dog they care about.
Pet360 Is another good source for pet food analysis. This is a new social website that you can join and share information with other members. It also provides safety alerts, alerts on brands, pet news, a pet parent support system, health and wellness articles, nutritional info, and pet trends and articles.
Written by Ron Lueth, Pet Guardian Angels of America This work may be shared through the Creative Common License only if attributed to Pet Guardian Angels of America at http://www.pgaa.com