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Our dogs are like family and what we feed them matters. Nutrition is the foundation of good health.

Who can you really trust when it comes to choosing the right food? Sites such as Consumer Affairs are filled with thousands of complaints against many popular dog food brands. The FDA's recent warning about a possible link between grain-free foods and heart disease has also left many of us confused and searching for answers.

Some popular dog food review sites may claim to be non-biased, but then not disclose that they receive compensation every time someone clicks and purchases one of their "Top Dog Foods" or "Best Dog Foods."

Learning how to recognize affiliate links can help you make better informed choices. We recommend this little article from Consumer Guide, How to spot affiliate marketing and why it matters.

Dog Food Project is our attempt to provide a different side of things. We are non-biased and do not make money from any of these companies. Our aim is to build a site based on facts instead of one person's opinion, and on your experiences with different brands.

Please share, and please click through the site and place your vote on different dog foods that you have used.



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