Dog Food Comparisons Reveal One Clear Winner

As a responsible dog owner, it is only natural to perform dog food comparisons when looking for a quality nutrition source. After all, you want a diet that is well balanced and supportive of your dog’s needs.

Feeding your dog a certain diet just because it is cheap or just because it is expensive are both poor criteria. The main issue at hand is nutrition – not name and not price. Your dog will not be gaining its nutrition from the cost or the name.

Your dog will need a diet that promotes and supports good health from snout to tail, inside and out. Luckily, there is a diet that does this – and does it rather inexpensively.

Commercial Canned and Bagged Do Food vs. Natural Fresh Raw Dog Food Comparisons

Commercial dog food has only been around for approximately sixty years. What then did dogs do before commercial dog foods came about?  They largely ate raw diets. Yet, many of today’s veterinarians seem to eschew this fact when speaking of commercial vs. natural dog food comparisons and insist dog food diets are the superior choice. Knowing the fact that ninety percent of disease is diet related, take a look at the statistics for commercial fed dogs:

  • Cancer is now the chief cause of death for the domesticated dog.
  • 85% of dogs by age 4 will suffer from periodontal disease.
  • 1 in 4 dogs the world over are obese (National Research Council).
  • In the U.S., 20% of dogs suffer from Arthritis.
  • 27% of all dogs suffer from allergies that cause scratching and ear infections.
  • Surveys in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Denmark put the average life span of most dog breeds at 10 to 13 years when a raw diet will see dogs to an average of 17 to 19 years.
  • Over 70% of blocked Anal Sac Gland cases are due to tinned and packaged food and other soft foods incurring increased veterinary visits and increased costs.

Dog Food Comparisons and Reviews Not Needed for True Dog Health

It would seem that the ingredients of dog food, the waste grains, spoiled food, rejected feedlot animals, road kill, euthanized pets from shelters, zoos and veterinarian hospitals, spent frying oil from fast food chains, pulp waste from sugar beet refineries and the floor sweepings from chicken factories do not help a dog thrive.

When Mother Nature created the canine species over millions of years, there were no veterinarians or pet food companies in sight to do offer a dog food comparisons chart. Nonetheless, she made sure wild dogs would thrive by giving them a system that adeptly gained its nutrients in raw food.

The history of human involvement has made wild dogs of yesterday very different from the domesticated dog of today; yet the human is not so skillful that it can change the physiology of an entire species that was created over millions of years. Dogs still gain their nutrients and thrive on raw diets – not the cooked congealed, chemical laden grain based junk that is eventually rendered into kibble.

As stated by Dr. Lisa Freeman, DVM, “Pet food companies will continue to sell to consumers what barely passes as food as long as the sales are good.”

Feeders of raw food diets have had the following to say:

“Shiny clean smelling coat, almost zero gas, clean white teeth, amazing energy, fresh breath and immensely improved health, at 14 my dog’s reliving puppy hood” Tina buckey and Polly

“It’s been 4 months now and after the vet health check, the cancer has vanished and all the other health problems along with it” John and Cody

In dog food comparisons between natural and commercial diets, natural diets are the clear winner. Feed your dog some fresh food, it works with human children for better health and will work wonders for your dogs health too.

Watch the video below to better understand the basic function of food.



About Dan

Dan is an experienced dog nutrition and home remedy specialist, helping dog owners discover the effective, natural, simple, low cost and swift solutions to having a healthy, happy, obedient and low maintenance dog for life.

Comments

  1. so you saying ground hamburger meat for my dog for their dogfood will cure anal gland problems???? if not what would be the diet for them??please helpi have been thinking about switching to blue.

  2. No not ground hamburger meat. A dog needs a mix of meat and bone going through it’s system to produce a hard waste pellet made up of waste bone meal essentially. And it’s this pellet that squeezes the anal gland as it passes out.

    Soft dog food or kibbles do not fulfill this requirement. Think meat on the bone like chicken frame or lamb ribs with meat on them.

  3. I have 3 small dogs and a nickle and dime budget. With meat so expensive these days is there any more economical alternative than feeding them 1/2 or whole chicken every day?
    Also I’ve tried feeding my dogs raw meet and they turn their noses up. Is there a trick to it?
    What about feeding a raw meet diet to a dog who has had 17 teath removed?

  4. Hi, yes true, meat is expensive and that’s why I reveal many ways to get it cheap, even free in my book.

    Try making friends with your local butcher, deli or other meat supplier and get them to save you some scraps. You don’t need quality cuts and your dogs are small so will not need a lot of food-just chop up to serve. Stock up an old second hand under counter freezer with the scraps, bones, necks, wings and other meaty bits.

    Raw green tripe is great dog food and it’s cheap. Try finding it locally or on the internet for delivery.

    Buy the short dated about to expire cuts that are going cheap.

    One trick for getting dogs to eat is fasting them for 24hrs. Makes them real hungry and less picky. Another way is to very lightly pan fry the meat on the outside in some butter, leaving the meat on the inside raw.

    I hope I gave you some good information here-Dan.

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