How to Find the Best Possible Food for Your Type 3 Dog

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Before I show you a simple, reliable way to find the best possible food for your adult dog

I’d like to share a tragic story that clearly illustrates

Why choosing a food based on your dog’s feeding type is… SO important.

When Sarah first wrote me…

She was clearly WORRIED.

Seems her 5-year-old French Bulldog, Tucker, had been gaining weight… and showing signs of increasing fatigue.

Sarah had heard that adult dogs had a higher risk of cancer and other dangerous diseases.

And she wanted to know if Tucker’s failing health could be related to the dog food she’d been feeding him.

Of course, I urged Sarah to take Tucker to a vet.

Right away.

But out of curiosity…

I also asked her if she could share with me the name of the food she’d been feeding him.

And I was SHOCKED by her answer.

You see…

Without realizing it…

Sarah had been feeding Tucker a food that was not complete and balanced

Something known as a “supplemental” dog food.

A food NOT suitable for his feeding type.

Which may have been what caused his blood mineral content to become so critically out of balance.

Creating the abnormal heart rhythm you see in the following EKG test results…

Here’s the point…

Feeding a food that contains the wrong balance of critical nutrients

Can significantly increase an adult dog’s risk of chronic obesity, diabetes and other debilitating diseases… as your pet ages.

Which is why I urge you to use the same 4-step method we use at The Dog Food Advisor…

To choose the foods we recommend to our private Editor’s Choice members…

To feed their own adult dogs.

It’s called the EC4 Optimize Method.

And it starts by making sure a food’s nutrient profile is suitable for YOUR dog’s feeding type.

How to Match a Food
to Your Dog’s Feeding Type

Back in 2008…

When I first launched The Dog Food Advisor website…

It used to be crazy-difficult to figure out if a dog food contained all the right nutrients for a specific feeding type.

You needed a calculator…

Some recent test data…

And lots of patience.

But thanks to an important change in labeling laws that went into effect in January 2016…

It’s now possible for you to be 100% certain ANY food you buy is a good match for YOUR dog’s feeding type.

Without calling your vet.

Or consulting a nutritionist.

Best of all…

The written assurance you need is printed right there on the label of virtually every commercial dog food.

It’s a simple, easy-to-read sentence known as the Nutritional Adequacy Statement.

And using it makes you an instant dog nutrition expert

Yet…

Most dog owners don’t even know it exists.

The Nutritional Adequacy Statement is based on standards established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO)…

And taken from data published by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Science.

Which means…

Any food claiming to be safe for an adult dog must now contain a specific range of calcium

And meet similar guidelines for each of 39 other nutrients, too.

So…

Scan the Package for the
Nutritional Adequacy Statement

Here’s what it looks like…

You want to be absolutely certain the food meets AAFCO nutrient profiles for either “Maintenance” or “All Life Stages“.

It should never read “for supplemental or intermittent feeding”.

If you DO see those words…

Don’t buy it.

By the way…

Since you’re feeding an adult dog

You can safely ignore the “large size dog” text at the end of the “All Life Stages” statement.

A Word of Caution

Many dog foods contain risky chemical additives or hidden Chinese protein.

While others are made by companies that never test their foods for Salmonella or cancer-causing mold toxins.

On the Next Page…

I’ll show you how to get instant access to a list of The Dog Food Advisor’s most recommended brands.

Including a special list of foods just for adult dogs.

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