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Let's not mince words here, selecting premium dog foods for your dog is the single best way to spoil him. Not only is sound nutrition a benefit to his health, the superior taste will add enormous enjoyment to his mealtimes.

And, there's no doubt that if every dog had his choice, wholesome, tasty food would be in - bland and boring would be out!

If you've already made up your mind to start feeding your dog a premium diet, you may find our natural organic dog food guide very helpful.

Think about this...

Why do most pets often hang around the dinner table?
For an extra treat to be sure - but it may also be that they are missing the right balance of nutrients dogs need, for optimal health and to satisfy their appetite.

Typical supermarket commercial dog food just doesn't cut it.

One glance at the labels tells the story: chemicals, by-products, fillers, words you can't pronounce ... well you get the picture. Doesn't sound close to being healthy, much less gourmet! Plus, the ingredients listed on labels can be deliberately misleading and designed to fool consumers.

But don't take our word for it. Before Rover takes another bite, watch this informative video to learn what's in the typical commercial dog food at the market.

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Many dog foods are also high in fat, salt and sugar - we know this isn't good for humans - so why would it be OK for your canine friend?

Then there is the processing and what it does to the food value, not to mention stabilizers and preservatives - just doesn't sound like any kind of dog food your pet would kick up his heels about at mealtime!

If you want to improve the quality of your dog's nutrition, go for the real deal and make mealtime a special time every day of your dog's life.

So here's what you can do...

Make sure the dog food has nutritious ingredients not a bunch of fillers and you'll be off to a good start! To be more precise, confirm that the first item on the product label is whole meat protein - not "meal" and sourced in the U.S. Also, human grade is the ideal.

If you care about your dog - and we know you do - he'll be ever so thankful you took the time to get this right.

Many authorities on the subject recommend the best way to achieve optimum health for your dog, is to offer a natural raw - or very lightly cooked - diet. Take a look at our dog food comparisons page to find our top food choice.

You may be wondering about the cost of premium dog food? Actually, while it appears higher in price, the recommended portions will be less when the quality is good. Preparation is simple, and many experts agree the benefits can help your dog avoid food induced illnesses. Vet visits can get costly!

Your don't have to take a chance on questionable dog food when you can choose one of the recommended premium brands, or quite easily prepare good tasting healthy food for your pets in minutes a day.

You'll be helping your four-legged friend thrive and enjoy more activity throughout his lifespan. That is the kind of spoiling that is transforming!

If your dog could talk, don't you think he'd be asking for a decent meal that is tasty, satisfying and helps him stay fit.

So what's the bottom line? In my humble opinion, the Best Doggone Diet for Your Doggie is the natural one he was designed to have. Bow-wow!

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