What Is The Best Dog Food With The Least Fillers And Most Nutrition?

I have 2 large breed dogs and have had them on Nutro but I just noticed that they are only 2 stars of 6 stars. Please give me some suggestions.

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13 Responses to What Is The Best Dog Food With The Least Fillers And Most Nutrition?

  • Lasis GSD gonna spectate agility says:

    All dogs are different in what they like, and if it agrees with their stomaches.
    Some good quality foods are :
    Wellness COREhttp://www.wellnesspetfood.com/
    Taste of the Wild http://www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/
    Eagle pack Holistic
    Chicken Soup for the dog Lovers Soul
    Blue Buffalo
    Never get low quality foods like :
    Cesar, Ol’ Roy, Purina, Pedigree, Iams, Eukanuba, Science Diet, BilJac, Nutro , Dad’s, Royal Canin, Mighty Dog
    Or ANY grocery Store brand!
    This website should be able to help you on picking out a good quality food. Stick on the 4-5-6 star range.http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/dog_food_
    Never get a dog food with Corn, Soy, and By-Products. But I would also suggest a wheat free dog food. When you change your dogs food to a better quality, you will notice these things :
    Firmer Stool, Glossier Coat, and better overall health.
    Some foods that are Great and the price is good for if you still want to feed your dog a good quality, but with a cheaper price. :
    Diamond NATURALS – Feed Store (Make sure to get the NATURAL kind, the regular stuff is crap!)http://www.diamondpet.com/products/diamo…
    Kirkland Signature – Costcohttp://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.asp…
    Maxximum Nutrition – Walmarthttp://walmart.triaddigital.com/enhanced…
    Raw Feeding is also good, but it can be pricey. Learn more at: http://barfworld.com/http://www.raw-dogs.com/http://www.rawlearning.com/

  • I prefer Taste of the wild over other grain free foods given that it isnt as rich, but wellness, solid gold, innova, evo, chicken soup for the dog lovers soul, acana, fromm, artemis, instinct, blue wilderness, blue buffalo, merrick, before grain, halo, orijen, legacy, go natural, eagle pack holistic(not to be confused with reg EP). Those are just a few, there are many more options out there that are good.
    If you are willing to go raw, let me know. It is the best thing I have ever done for my dogs.
    And yes dog food analysis is an opinion site, but it goes directly with what to avoid and what to feed. If you look at the ingredients, most of them fit with their ratings. I wouldnt recommend them if I felt they were being unfairly rated. http://www.dogfoodproject.com is also a good site for learning about dog food.

  • BYB's ALWAYS Lie says:

    There are hundreds of different types. It’s whatever works best for your dog.
    My dog does best on Natural Balance and the raw Nature’s Variety. She doesn’t do well on Blue Buffalo or Evo, not because it’s not good quality, but because it doesn’t work with her system well.
    Some brands to look for:
    California Natural
    Blue Buffalo
    Spot Stew

  • doxie says:

    The best probably is the Raw or the BARF diet. I home prepare fresh foods for my dogs due to allergy. I can use a grainfree food like Innova EVO or Solid Gold Barking at the Moon. They are more expensive than other brands, but I think grain free is good for all dogs not just mine. If you go to dogfoodanalysis they have the ratings of the food and the ingredients. Good luck.

  • lakeview says:

    I have fed my dog California Naturals, which is all organic. I had to switch him to Avoderm though, because the all organic brand was too rich for him.
    Just to let you know, onions are TOXIC to dogs.

  • del_sol_ says:

    I feed Blue Buffalo which is a 4, the dogs love it and there are no by-product, soy, corn or wheat.
    Wellness, Canidae, Origen, Innova and Evo are also great.

  • Ardy says:

    the best one on the market to date for the money is Natural choice as it has NO Chemicals Fillers or By-Product in it & has EVERY thing a dog needs with out a doubt

  • Drew says:

    I would give you one link is helpful for your dog food selection.
    Check out>>>http://www.agritura.com/index.php/cat/c3…

  • Red Pony says:

    I personally feed Wellness (6 stars), but it’s a little pricey. Also very good is Blue Buffalo, Canidae, Innova, Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul, Taste of the Wild, etc.

  • Loki ❆ Wolfchild says:

    Forget the stars…how do they do on the food? If they are doing well on it, why change??
    Dogfoodanalysis.com is an opinion, not an authority.

  • Kelly says:

    blue buffalo http://www.bluebuff.com/ it has a part you can compare it to other dog foods

  • Becky D says:

    I like Wellness or Innova, I currently use Innova and it is worth the price.

  • 11825cod says:

    grapes and onions