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In the articles on Ingredients to avoid and Identifying better products , I have already explained what characteristics to look for. In this article I'd like to expand a little bit on actually analyzing dog foods for comparison. I often see people arguing on various online forums when comparing foods, and of course great points are made, such as type of ingredients used, the extent of variety included, protein and fat percentages and so on. What saddens me is when dog foods are reviewed and assigned some sort of rating based on a purely arbitrary and often not well researched system.