With dog food, you get what you pay for. With super-premium dog foods, you’re paying a lot more than for basic kibble. What you get are all-natural, often organic gourmet dog foods. For example, you can buy raw meat mixes that are up to 95 percent meat, meat-counter-quality bones, or grain-free kibble in a variety of exotic flavors (including Cajun Turducken). There’s even canned green tripe, which is taken from cows that have partially digested grass in their intestines. You can get canned, freeze-dried or dry mix, depending on your dog’s tastes. Brand names include Merrick dog food, Natures Variety and Tripett. Expect to pay anywhere from $10 to more than $100 (for organic raw chicken from Nature’s Variety).
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