How to Choose Dog Food

Finding the flavor of dog food comes last.  Once the brand is decided, they (your pooch) will need to find their favorite flavor of that dog food.  Hopefully you will come to find that your pet will eat all different types of that brand.  Try the basic flavors such as savory meat, chicken, or beef.  Dogs tend to love the hardy meat flavors the most.  If you want to get a little brave you can throw in the dog foods that have vegetables included in them.  Maybe pick up a few bottles of the doggy dressings that are out now.  You could pour some over the dry dog food to give it a boost of flavor.  Your pup just might love you even more for that squirt of sauce.


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