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    I would like to see more dog foods from Europe, those that are available here in the United States (and Canada), have a review page here on DFA.

    I like the different ingredient sourcing, standards, feeding/care philosophies sometimes found in Europe. Farmina is a good example. I’d love to know of more options. I also really like when European labels list ingredient percentages.

    One of the things I like best about Dog Food Advisor is discovery of quality foods I am not familiar with — that I may not see in my local store, but which I can either buy online or have them special order.

    How about reviewing Fish4Dogs? It’s very popular in Europe and has a US page:
    Puppy: https://fish4dogsus.com/collections/puppy-food
    Dogs: https://fish4dogsus.com/collections/high-fish-content-dog-food

    From Norway, it offers yet another option for owners of dogs wanting fish formulas or avoiding chicken, etc.

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    Jerry R

    Spoiled, contaminated, or outdated dog food from the states isn’t bad enough? Now you want your dog’s food to sit in shipping docks waiting to clear customs in less than ideal conditions for God knows how long then shipped in shipping containers?
    Glad I’m not your dog!

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