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Lowest rated dog food

Hi all, other than feeding your dog the best food, though there is no such thing as "best", are you unknowingly feeding your dog the "worst" dog food?

Below is a list of Lowest Rated dog food in the market:

Alpo Dog Food (Dry)
Atta Boy! Dog Food (Dry)
Beneful Dog Food (Dry)
Beneful Dog Food (Summary)
Big Red Dog Food (Dry)
Bruiser Dog Food (Dry)
Buckeye Dog Food (Dry)
Caliber Dog Food (Dry)
Chef Michael’s Dog Food (Dry)
Country Acres Dog Food (Dry)
Country Squire Dog Food (Dry)
Country Vet Choice Dog Food (Dry)
Dad’s Dog Food (Dry)
Doggy Bag Dog Food (Dry)
Everpet Dog Food (Dry)
Eukanuba Dog Food (Dry)
Extreme Dog Fuel (Dry)
Gayoso Farms Dog Food (Dry)
Good Sense Dog Food (Dry)
Gravy Train Dog Food (Dry)
Hi-Point Dog Food (Dry)
Hill’s Prescription Diet W/D Canine (Dry)
Hill’s Science Diet Adult Light (Canned)
Hill’s Science Diet Mature Adult (Canned)
Hubbard Life Country Balance (Dry)
Hubbard Life Dog Food (Dry)
Hungry Hound Dog Food (Dry)
Hunter’s Special Dog Food (Dry)
Joy Dog Food (Dry)
Kal Kan Dog Food (Dry)
Kibble Select Complete (Dry)
Kibbles ‘n Bits (Dry)
Kroger Value Chunk Dog Food (Dry)
Maintain Chunks Dog Food (Dry)
Muenster Premium Dog Food (Dry)
National Dog Food (Dry)
Ol’ Roy Dog Food (Dry)
Ol’ Roy Skin and Coat (Dry)
Old Glory Dog Food (Dry)
Old Yeller Dog Food (Dry)
Ole Jack’s Dog Food (Dry)
Pedigree Butcher’s Selects (Canned)
Pedigree Dog Food (Canned)
Pedigree Dog Food (Dry)
Pet Shoppe Dog Food (Dry)
PMI Nutrition Dog Food (Dry)
Purina Active Senior 7 Plus (Dry)
Purina Be Happy Dog Food (Dry)
Purina Dog Chow (Dry)
Purina Dog Chow Light and Healthy (Dry)
Purina Healthy Morsels (Dry)
Purina Little Bites (Dry)
Purina Moist and Meaty (Semi-Moist)
Purina Puppy Chow (Dry)
Rancher’s Choice Champions Dog Food (Dry)
Retriever Dog Food (Dry)
Rex Dog Food (Dry)
River Run Dog Food (Dry)
Shawnee Dog Food (Dry)
Shep Dog Food (Dry)
Simply Right Dog Food (Dry)
Skippy Dog Food (Canned)
Sonny’s Pride Dog Food (Dry)
Southern States Advanced (Dry)
Supreme Dog Food (Dry)
Tomboy Dog Food (Dry)
Tops Dog Food (Dry)


  1. you have written a such long list of Pet Food

  2. Please tell your readers what kibble/food/treat you use in your You Tube videos as treats for good behavior? Thanks!

    1. Check out this link:

    2. and this :)


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