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These 5 Premium Dry Foods Help Satisfy Dogs’ Nutritional Needs

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BESIDES BEING CONVENIENT and easy to store, these high-quality kibbles offer an array of specialty formulas boasting premium ingredients.

PETCUREAN NOW FRESH Grain Free Adult Dog Food Recipe

PETCUREANNOW FRESH Grain Free Adult Dog Food Recipe

Made with fresh turkey, salmon and duck, antioxidant-rich superfoods and pre- and probiotics, this minimally processed, balanced formula contains no by-product or meat meals. 6-, 12- and 25-pound sizes., (866) 864-6112


OPEN FARM PET FOOD Homestead Turkey & Chicken Dry Dog Food

OPEN FARM PET FOODHomestead Turkey & Chicken Dry Dog Food

High in protein and packed with certified-humane and antibiotic-free turkey and chicken, plus non-GMO pumpkin and carrot, and coconut oil for healthy digestion. No corn, wheat or soy. 4.5-, 12- and 24-pound bags., (833) 399-3403



THE HONEST KITCHEN Whole Grain Whole Food Clusters for Adult Dogs

THE HONEST KITCHENWhole Grain Whole Food Clusters for Adult Dogs

Human-grade, minimally processed ingredients: responsibly sourced animal protein, oat, veggies, salmon oil and probiotics. No rendered meat meals, peas, lentils, legumes, potatoes, wheat, corn or soy. 5- and 20-pound sizes., (866) 437-9729


EVANGER’S Super Premium Dry Food For Dogs – Game Bird Recipe with Coconut Oil

EVANGER’SSuper Premium Dry Food For Dogs – Game Bird Recipe with Coconut Oil

With duck, turkey, turmeric, kale and taurine, this formula also has coconut oil to support healthy digestion, skin and coat. No chicken, corn, wheat, soy, peas or flaxseed. 4.4- and 33-pound bags., (847) 537-0102


REDBARN PET PRODUCTS Whole Grain Land Recipe


With meat as its top ingredients, this chicken-free formula nixes potatoes, legumes and tapioca for healthy grains brown rice, barley and oatmeal. Designed to support heart, digestive, skin and coat health. 4- and 22-pound sizes., (800) 775-3849




NASC Media Spotlight

At first it was just an idea: Animal supplements needed the same quality control that human-grade supplements receive. But that was enough to start a movement and an organization —the National Animal Supplement Council — that would be dedicated to establishing a comprehensive path forward for the animal supplements industry. In this Media Spotlight interview, NASC’s president, Bill Bookout, talks to PETS+ interviewer Chloe DiVita about the industry today: Where it’s headed, what’s the latest focus and why it’s vital to gain the involvement of independent pet product retailers.

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