Is expensive, high-grade dog food really better for your pup?

Little Rock Weather Summary: 58 degrees Watch live as Searcy finds out if they won a spot on Small Business Revolution Picking the right dog food can be overwhelming.  Aisles are packed with foods claiming to be “all natural” or premium, often with a higher price tag. Debbie West adores her pup Laddie, a 3-year-old shetland sheepdog. Laddie is part of the family. “He would love to eat people food every day if we would give it to him,” West said. And when it comes to feeding him, she wants only the best. Read more here >>>

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