Why Dry Dog Food?


Many dogs and their owners love dry dog food.  


Dry dog food kibble is not only crunchy and satisfying; the chewing involved with a healthy dry food meal can also help clean your dog’s teeth.  


When looking for the best dry dog food brand for your dog, make sure your selection fits both your four-legged family member’s nutritional needs and their mouth size.   


Looking for a dry dog food brand, but wondering about wet vs. dry dog food? Add textural variety to your dog’s diet by mixing wet and dry dog food or adding water to dry dog food.  

Explore Brands Offering Dry Dog Food

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Pro Plan

Purina Pro Plan is the most advanced nutrition for your pet’s best life. That’s why we’re proud to offer a full spectrum of performance and specialized nutrition formulas, including options that support healthy aging, reduce cat allergens, provide guaranteed live probiotics, and more. Try Pro Plan today and discover what advanced nutrition can do.  

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Purina ONE

Purina ONE® pet food expertly combines natural, high-quality ingredients to create nutrition that can lead to visible differences in your pet's health. 

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Dog Chow

At Dog Chow, we believe helping dogs live their best life, should be simple. That’s why all Dog Chow dry and wet dog food recipes offer 100% complete and balanced nutrition for adult dogs that’s made with high-quality protein and no fillers. 

Benefits of Dry Dog Food

  • Crunchy kibble to support dental health 
  • Can be left out for dogs who like to graze 
  • Great for dogs who like feeder puzzles or toys 
  • 100% complete and balanced for each life stage 

Learn More About Dry Dog Food and Feeding

Dog Food Comparison
The number of dog food products on the shelves makes choosing one an overwhelming task. Our dog food comparison article shows you how to narrow down your options in three simple steps to help give your dog the best.
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