If You Can't Feed Your Dog a Raw Diet But Still Want High Quality
Maybe time, preference, availability, etc keep you from being able to feed a raw diet. That's okay, there are more and more decent quality kibble and pre-packaged diets out there every day. The dog food industry is responding to owner's wanting something healthier and safer for their dogs! Here are some dog foods to consider (I don't get paid to give you this info! These are just brands I've researched):
Frozen, pre-packaged, raw dog food blends. www.darwinspet.com/
Dehydrated veggie and meat blends with many recipes and choices. www.honestkitchen.com
Taste of the Wild
Kibble, grain free with reasonable ingredients. www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com
High Prairie Canine Formula with Roasted Bison & Venison, Pacific Stream Canine Formula with Smoked Salmon, Wetlands Canine Formula with Roasted Wild Fowl, High Prairie Dry Dog Food for Puppy, Etc
Kibble, meat based diets, grain free or limited ingredient options. www.acana.com
Acana Wild Prairie Dog Food, Acana Chicken & Burbank Potato, Acana Pacifica Dry Dog Food, Acana Grasslands Dry Dog Food, Acana Wild Prairie Grain-Free Dry Dog Food, Etc.
Kibble, same as Acana (above). Emphasizing locally sourced, whole meat ingredients, limited additives. www.orijen.ca
Orijen Adult Dry Dog Food, Orijen Large Breed Puppy Dry Dog Food, Orijen 6-Fish Grain-Free Dry Dog Food, Etc.
Nature's Domain (Costco or Kirkland)
Costco, or Kirkland Signature Brand, also has a grain free dog food line that we've found to be acceptable on ingredients. It's called Nature's Domain and comes in Salmon and Sweet Potato, Turkey and Sweet Potato, and Beef and Sweet Potato. It is, however, produced by Diamond. It is very affordable.
Nature's Domain Grain-Free All Life Stages Salmon Meal & Sweet Potato, Turkey and Sweet Potato, Beef and Sweet Potato, Puppy Formula Chicken and Sweet Pea, Etc.