My Dog Food Index page will help you find the answers to any questions you have about feeding your pet - whether he's a tiny puppy, or a full-grown adult....
As a dog owner, one of the biggest challenges you're going to face is deciding what to feed your pooch. Whether he's an 8 week old puppy, or an 8 year old dog, what he eats is very important to his health and well-being.
There's a huge selection of dog and puppy foods on the market today, which is good, but the sheer number of brands, varieties and manufacturers claims can make it difficult for us to figure out which foods really meet our pet's needs, and which don't.
On this page you'll find links to information on dog (and puppy) food ingredients, food comparison charts and lists of the top-ranked puppy and dog food brands..... plus tips and advice on homemade/organic/raw diets for dogs and choosing healthy dog treats.
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What you feed your puppy not only has a direct impact on his health and development... it can even affect how long he lives!
Find out everything you ever wanted to know about puppy kibble here.... including what the AAFCO regulations really mean, which ingredients you want to see (and which you don't), recommended feeding guidelines and more.
It can be difficult to know exactly what balance of nutrients your puppy needs, and which foods are a good healthy choice for him.
This page has information on the best puppy foods on the market for all sizes and breeds, plus lots of helpful tips and advice to make sure you pick the best fit for your little guy (or gal).
Get a closer look at some of the most popular puppy foods here.
Reviews of the best choices for small breeds, medium breeds and large/giant breeds.
Information on nutrient rations, ingredients and more are all here.
This is where you can compare many of the top puppy food brands.
Simple comparison charts make it easy to see ingredients, additives, ratios of protein/fat/fiber and more.
Find out how your favorite stacks up.
Dry puppy kibble is the most popular option when it comes to feeding puppies, but it isn't always the best choice.
Canned puppy food can work really well for some puppies, especially very young ones and tiny breeds. Even older, or sick, dogs can benefit from wet food for a change.
Commercial dog food is big business these days, and the array of bags/cans and special diets can be dizzying.
Find out about the different types of dog food diets, what to look for on the label, manufacturers regulation and much more here.
Need help deciding which dog food really is the best?
Then check out this page because I've done all the work for you!
If you're looking for a premium dog food, this list has the 'cream of the crop'.
Making dog food comparisons gets trickier all the time, but help is at hand.
Here's a system that you can use to evaluate the quality of any commercial dog food simply by taking a close look at the ingredients.
It's not difficult, and yet it's a very effective way of rating dog food of all types.
Organic dog food contains the ultimate in 'all-natural' ingredients, and is one of the very best and healthiest dietary options for your pet.
Find out exactly what the term 'organic' means, how to know whether or not a food that's labeled as organic actually meets the standards set by the USDA, and take a look at some of the best foods of this type on the market.
Going 'grain free' is a good option if you have a dog with allergies or sensitivities to the grains used as a source of carbohydrates in many dog foods.
Today there are a lot of really good grain-free options to choose from. Get more information on this type of diet and find out if it's the right choice for your dog.
Home made dog food can be a great alternative to a commercial diet, but it's important to get the balance of nutrients right.
This page has all the tips, advice and info. you need to prepare a nutritious homemade diet for your dog.
There are many benefits to feeding your dog a raw food diet, but you can't just throw him some bones and expect him to be happy!
Learn how to prepare well-balanced raw food for your dog and create balanced raw dog food recipes he'll love.
What you feed your dog isn't the only thing that matters. How much you feed him is important too.
Get the info. you need to make sure you're not overfeeding or underfeeding your pet.
Includes tips on dietary needs of young pups, older dogs and those who are very active.
It's not just dog food that is available in a gazillion different forms, there's a huge variety of dog treats too!
But it's important not to give your puppy or dog 'junky' treats. Find out which doggie treats are not only delicious but healthy as well.
Dog food allergies are more common than you might think, and if you have an itchy pooch, it's possible that his food is to blame.
Find out which ingredients are most likely to trigger allergies, and what to do if this problem strikes your pup.