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Dog Food Review: Solid Gold Dog Food

Updated on December 3, 2013

When you want to feed your dog holistic food with no chemicals, no preservatives, you need to look at Solid Gold Dog Food. Solid Gold offers dry dog foods, canned dog foods, biscuits and treats, supplements, and health and coat care dog food. Their dry Solid Gold dry dog food premium line is known to include the very popular Hund-n-Flocken for adult dogs as well as the Hundchen Flocken for puppies.

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Solid Gold dog food
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Since the 70s, Solid Gold dog food health products have been pioneers of holistic and natural animal nutrition. They now have a product line of nine different Solid Gold dry dog food as well as cat foods which includes “Barking at the Moon” which is a high protein and low carbohydrate dog food. They also have a product line of canned dog food and canned cat foods as well. Treats, nutritional supplements and topical products are just a few other goodies they have to offer.

Solid Gold Health Products for pets specialize in products that contain a very low anount of allergens – if at all. The products are made specially to make sure your dog enjoys total health and is also protected against disease. Solid Gold only uses USDA Choice meats and USDA grade I and II grains. They also use monosaturated oils and polyunsaturated oils. This makes your dog’s immune system better.


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With Solid Gold dog food, you never have to worry about the use of chemical preservatives which are known to be related to some of the diseases that are present in pets. You will never find any Solid Gold dog foods that contain wheat, soy, or corn because these products are known to be genetically modified and because of that they are common allergens for dogs which causes them to suffer from chronic problems, chew incessantly on their feet and have uncomfortable disorders of the skin. They make sure their products never contain animal fat or poultry fats in them because they are considered saturated fats which are known to contribute to certain types of cancer and heart disease.

Overall, Solid Gold dog food is truly one of a kind. There are not many manufacturers out there today that are solely in the industry to take care of your dogs nutritional needs. There are some manufacturers out there that are strictly involved for the money. When you are taking into consideration all of the different types of dog foods that are on the market today, you need to make sure that you take time to learn about the background of the dog food itself and the manufacturer so that you can make a decision that is based strictly on your dog’s individual health needs.


If you are unsure about the type of dog food that you should be feeding your dog, you can ask your veterinarian, he will be able to make recommendations that are based solely on your dog individually. When you have a dog, you have to take care of your dog just like you would take care of yourself.

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