Well, to the contrary of how pets generally feel warmer during the cold season of the year, as opposed to us humans (if just as undressed), the summer is a whole different story.The Wellness Core product line includes seven dry dog foods, six which claim to meet AAFCO nutrient profiles for adult maintenance. This above-average dry product has a dry matter protein reading of 38%, a fat level of 13% and estimated carbohydrates of about 41%. Why it matters? The brand is much better than average with protein, near-average with fat and below-average with carbs when compared to a typical dry dog food. As you might have guessed, these are all very good things. Plus, lots of flaxseed. Yum!
The Taste of the Wild product line includes seven dry dog foods, and they’re all praised by dog owners. Our top pick is Taste of the Wild High Prairie Formula, which recently earned it’s five star rating on DogFoodAdvisor (note: not all of their products did, though none were less than 3.5). The food has a protein-boosting effect through its pea protein, peas and flaxseed, as well as a potato protein and garbanzo beans. Additionally it’s grain free, made with purified water, and suitable for pups of all ages.
The first ingredient here is ocean fish meal, which may sound disgusting but is actually awesome because it’s considered a meat concentrate. That means it contains almost 300% more protein than fresh fish itself! Plus, unlike most fish meals, this one is ethoxyquin-free – big ups! If nothing else, the name and bag design are truly fascinating!Solid Gold Barking at the Moon has been designed for performance dogs (that of course doesn’t mean that your pup’s gotta be training for the doggie olympics to eat it) and meets AAFCO nutrient profiles for adult maintenance.
Just like with choosing a favorite brand for any regular purchase, picking the utimate dog food is tricky. The fact that both your dog and your wallet must like it makes compormising kind of hard. Nevertheless, we’ve compiled you a list of 4 best US dog food brands out there, for starters.