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With at least one dog living in nearly half of U.S. households, it's no wonder the dog food industry is booming. And for thrifty masters, that means a determined hunt for the best cheap dog food, be it dry kibble or wet and canned. Figure on spending 5 to 10 cents an ounce for cheap kibble and 10 to 18 cents an ounce for cheap canned dog food. Although many big names in the industry command hefty prices for their products, some smaller companies with lower profiles offer top-quality dog food at comparatively budget rates. We identified several low-cost brands that deserve shelf space in your dog's larder.
Q: What is a good low price food to feed a Mastiff breed dog? I am seeking advice from people that own a mastiff and use the food. Where can I buy it?
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Topic: Inexpensive good quality dry food? - Dog Food Advisor
A multi-step calculation is required to properly compare the prices of different foods. In short, comparing food prices require a re-basing of the size of the bag (or can), the calorie amount per cup, and the density of the food. However, we can still look at some of the hidden costs of choosing a low quality food for your dog. Just like with humans, dogs who eat a poor diet are susceptible to shorter and lower quality lives and are at increased risk for disease. This is the best inexpensive dog food we found for under $1/pound, but you will need to buy a larger size (40 pound) bag online (like ) to get such a low price. This excellent dog food contains a very high 26 to 28% protein content, and a 16 to 17% fat content, which are both surprisingly high for such a low-priced option. The protein comes mostly from the primary meat (lamb, beef, or chicken), its meal (lamb meal, beef meal, or chicken meal), and also from peas, flaxseed, fish meal, and egg product. Having chicken, lamb, or beef as a first ingredient is great, though it is a bit misleading because it's mostly (like 80%) water when initially weighed, and then actually constitutes a small amount of the recipe once dried. But there is very good protein content here, so we're happy about that. There are also some Omega-6 and Omega-3's added by including chicken fat (Omega-6) and flaxseed (Omega-3), several vitamins and chelated minerals, and fiber. There is also some probiotic content, and some great natural fiber sources such as pumpkin, quinoa, carrots, and several other fruits and veggies. No artificial flavors or colors here, our dogs truly love the taste (especially the beef and lamb versions!), and the company is well known for producing high quality products right here in the USA. Overall, this is a truly excellent pick if you're looking for a high quality dog food on a budget. Not sure how long they'll be able to keep their prices so reasonable, but in the meantime we're loyal customers!A multi-step calculation is required to properly compare the prices of different foods. In short, comparing food prices require a re-basing of the size of the bag (or can), the calorie amount per cup, and the density of the food. However, we can still look at some of the hidden costs of choosing a low quality food for your dog. Just like with humans, dogs who eat a poor diet are susceptible to shorter and lower quality lives and are at increased risk for disease.The problem in the pet food industry is that there’s often a correlation between price and quality. It’s generally deemed among the pet owners community that the more expensive the dog food in hand is, the higher-quality it is, and the less expensive the dog food in hand is, the lower-quality it is.