Overall, these dog food recipes are comprised largely of unhealthy ingredients and fillers such as brewers rice, ground corn, etc. Reading between the lines of their dog food labels, it appears as though they resort to "ingredient splitting".
"Animal" fat may also be used as opposed to a named fat.
In some cases, by-products may also be used.
Additionally, they do not offer any high protein dog food options either. No surprises there, though!
We will analyze this in a lot more detail when we publish our full dog food reviews.
Fellow dog lovers ... In our opinion, these are definitely dog foods to avoid!