A. If you're looking for reviews or comparisons of dog foods, then http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/ is probably your best bet. They provide a thorough breakdown of ingredients as well as a star rating to make comparing products easier.
Looking up products you are interested on online shopping sites such as http://www.pet360.com/shop/ can also help as many of these sites offer consumer reviews from both vets and clients. Your own veterinarian may also have several recommendations for you based on your dog's individual needs.
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