Best Dog Food in 2015
A few days ago we directed you to www.reviews.com for a comprehensive study of the best protein powders available in 2015, and you loved it. We received glowing reviews about that post and have had handfuls of people tell us that they ordered new protein that day based on what they read. While we had worked together with our friends at Reviews.com to bring that information your way, this time, we’ve decided to share our absolute favorite study that they’ve put together. If you have a dog or even a cat, or maybe you just know someone with a dog, you should keep reading.
If you’re the owner of a dog or cat, you’re directly responsible for their wellbeing. Their quality of life is so heavily dictated by your actions, so it’s your responsibility to take care of it better than you take care of yourself. If you’re buying the cheapest dog food at the store, you need to ask yourself if you’re doing the right thing by taking care of that animal. In all fairness, we are individuals that think the love that a good owner gives definitely makes that animal’s life much more enjoyable than being stuck in the pound, out on the street, or dead. Still, having animals live in your home doesn’t have to be a ridiculous expense. Here is the best dog food in 2015!
We started out by feeding Noke her medicated food because she had parvo and some other conditions. Once she healed, we moved to Blue Buffalo before we switched to Purina for a very short time. After trying Solid Gold, we finally decided to consult this list and moved to Eagle Pack. Eagle Pack is less expensive than far less healthy options. We moved to a healthier food option and ended up spending less than we had for years. Sure, Noke will devour absolutely anything because she’s not a picky eater but let me ask you one question. If you knew that eating a certain food led to kidney failure, would you continue to eat it as your only source of food?
Here’s the link to this equally amazing study, filled with easy-to-follow information, and a complete buying guide to different food options. We love all the scientific ways that they take to approach this. It combines expert opinion and studies to see what’s the healthiest (and least harmful) for your animal. Let us know if you like it as much as the protein review and what you feed your best friend. Eating well is definitely a key component to staying hungry and fit.