What are some brands of cheap but healthy dog food?

"What are some brands of cheap but healthy dog food?"

I actually figured, that "cheap and healthy" doesn't really exist, and as usual, "poor people can't really afford to go for cheap". Why?
Because by sacrificing quality, you are going to end up with dog with health issues, and vet visits are going to cost you a lot in that case.

Trust me, pick higher quality and safe yourself money in a long run...
10 Best Natural Dog Foods is an article I helped to make, the price varies between those, but all should provide necessary quality.

if you draw a triangle on a piece of paper and write on each point good cheap fast - you can always only get two out of three if we apply it to construction (you can change the 3 words and apply it to anything really) you can have it fast and good but it won't be cheap, or you can have it cheap and fast, but it won't be good.

I go to a pet store where the brand's come and train them on what food is best for what type of dog and then they can steer you to the best food that you can afford. Like blue buffalo is a huge one out now and a 30 pound bag is about $50, but they have a brand that has some grain or something that is a bit different... and about $1 per pound, so depending on your dogs needs...like a dog that runs miles everyday vs one that only wants to go around the house once - they obviously need different amounts of protein and calories to maintain their mussels after a big work out.

So I recommend speaking to someone that is also likely to have coupons and/or samples too.

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