We at All Natural Pet Supply understand that when it comes to selecting the best food for your best friend, it can be overwhelming. Although special dietary needs, sizes, and breeds can be a factor in your decision, the following are general guidelines to follow. (You can also contact us and we will be happy to give you recommendations based on your budget and situation.)

Best Wet Dog Food

While generally a little more expensive, ounce for ounce wet dog food is more nutrient-dense and can help stimulate the appetite of fussy eaters, as its more palatable than dry kibble. Compared to dry dog food, wet or canned food contains larger amounts of fresh meat, poultry, fish, legumes, and sometimes more textured proteins derived from grains. To determine the best wet food for your dog depends on a variety of factors. These can be your dog’s life stage, breed, size, as well as any special dietary needs including medical conditions or allergies. We recommend discussing with your vet if your dog is prone to certain conditions, so that you can make the right dog food choice.

Best Dry Dog Food

Unlike wet food, dry dog food does not require refrigeration. It contains about 90% dry matter and 10 percent water. This makes it easy to store long-term. The best dog food brands use more proteins and less filler. Certain ingredients such as corn, wheat, and soy are often found in low-priced brands, and many dogs have allergies to these added carbohydrates. Some high-end brands, like Fromm, use brown rice, barley, and pea flour which are much more nutritious for dogs.

Come Visit All Natural Pet

We have a wide selection of wet and dry dog foods and will be happy to help you make the best selection for your furry friend.