Our answer to “What is the best dog food?” may surprise you given that that we market what we believe is the best dog food in dry kibble form. Before we commit to an answer, let’s determine the criteria upon which to judge.
If you mean “what is the best dog food for nutrition and digestibility” then you must carefully make your own from organic, raw meats, vegetables and fruits based upon daily test results of your dog’s specific, transient, nutritional needs. If you have more than one dog, the best dog food will be different for each of them.
If you mean “what is the best dog food for nutrition and convenience,” i.e. best dog food in dry kibble form which can be put out in the morning and left for their free choice through the day, then we absolutely recommend the Dynamite Super Premium Dog Food as the single best dog food in that class.
If you would like to prove to yourself that Dynamite Super Premium Dog Food is the best dog food in the dry kibble class, click HERE then mouse-over “Canine” in the left column, then click on “Super Premium Dog Food.” Next click the supplement tab and compare the ingredients and nutritional breakdown of Dynamite Super Premium dog food against ANY other dog food label that is available to you. (I would have re-printed the Dynamite Super Premium Dog Food label here, but Dynamite is constantly improving their dog food formula, so it would not remain accurate for long. In fact, the bag you receive may have changed, and not look anything like the photo above.)
- Corn and wheat should be fed to chickens, then the chickens put in the dog food. Grains, with the exception of rice, barley and oatmeal are NOT good for dog food!
- Canola oil (or, more accurately, rape seed oil) is a great lubricant. Put some on your squeaky door hinge, but never feed it to humans or animals. The very property that makes it so effective as a lubricant–stickiness–results in blood cell clumping.
- Note all the superfood vegetables, vitamin supplements and mineral supplements listed, and the absence of toxic preservatives.