Dogs are smart animals, but they can’t make it without an informed pet owner that buys the right foods that they need. Stay informed on what pet food companies put in their ingredients by reading the packaging and doing your own independent research on their practices. There’s an article that I found just recently from the Daily Herald’s website. I found it while conducting my own independent research on pet food companies, and I would like to bring it to your attention because most dog owners are concerned about what companies do to make their dog foods.
The article chiefly addressed the premium dog food companies out there, like Beneful. Apparently, the premium companies have much higher standards and practices, so they purchase high quality ingredients, which cost them more to find. This is a good reason that it is worth paying a little more for your pet food. Beneful pays more for their high quality ingredients, so I am willing to pay a little more for their food because my dog’s health is my main concern. I made the choice to buy my dog and bring him home, so I am also choosing to provide for him like a responsible pet owner by buying Beneful.
I bring Beneful home whenever I come back from the pet store. I give my dog a few different options each week. I’ve been trying out some of Beneful‘s Chopped Blends with my dog, and he likes them a lot so far. He has tried about a dozen of their Chopped Blends types, and Beneful has 20 kinds of Chopped Blends altogether, so there are plenty more options to choose from. I think that he responded best to the Chopped Blends that is made with real beef out of all the ones we have tried so far. I’m interested to see how he likes the Chopped Blends made with salmon because he has never had fish before. Beneful Dry Food Original also comes in a variety made with salmon. The article from the Daily Herald on premium dog food companies can be found here.