Dogs have their own distinct nutritional needs, just like humans. But, unlike humans, your dog can’t drive themselves to the grocery store to pick out their own food! Selecting the right food for your pup can be tough, however, we’ve taken care of it to remove the guesswork for you. Keep reading to learn all about our top picks for the best brands and types of dog food in 2021 that you can buy today.
Your dog will love the taste of Purina’s dog food immensely, most likely thanks to its inclusion of real meat products. Taste aside, the small-bite design makes this food a good choice for older dogs who can’t chew well or dogs with daintier appetites. However, it may worsen your dog’s body, breath, or poop odors.
Purina’s small-bite style for dog food is made from real beef. It features a blend of antioxidants to help boost your dog’s immune system, as well as Omega-6 fatty acids and glucosamine.
Dogs love this dog food! Each serving seems incredibly fresh. We attribute this to the vacuum sealing on the packaging. It also mixes well with dry foods. We actually recommend mixing it with dry food, as Cesar’s wet food isn’t as nutritious on its own.
Choose between a wide range of flavors with these 24-piece variety packs from Cesar. Each tin contains grain-free, nutrient-fortified wet food.
We noticed that the smell of this dog food matches the flavor listed on the bag, so the flavor listings are accurate. As an added bonus, you can soak the food in water and serve it wet as a special treat for your pooch. Some dogs may develop diarrhea after eating this food, so introduce it to them slowly.
Available in three distinct flavors, this dry dog food from Blue Buffalo prominently features real meat ingredients that dogs love. It offers a tailored blend of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids and proteins.
This dry dog food is of good quality, and your dogs will appreciate it! Rachael Ray dry dog food is great for food-sensitive dogs, whose typical digestive issues will be resolved in response to this food. Other dogs may experience diarrhea, so feed with caution.
This 28-ounce bag of dog food from Rachael Ray starts with farm-raised chicken and an array of other vitamin-fortified, natural ingredients. It’s free of gluten, fillers, and by-products.
This dog food not only helps more sensitive dogs’ digestive systems but also offers a taste they absolutely love! In fact, they may eat much more of it than other brands of dog food. Their stomach issues should clear up after having this food. However, the food does have a strong odor.
Purina has designed this dog food specifically with sensitive tummies in mind. It’s made from real salmon and also features prebiotic fiber. It’s free of soy, wheat, and corn.