Food matters

A Commitment to Nutrition

For over 50 years, we've worked hard to offer your pet the right food. That's why our hand-picked selection only includes options that will help you and your pet enjoy a happier, fuller life together.

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There’s Power in Whole Ingredients

Protein-first, antioxidant and vitamin-rich foods support the life you want for your pets.

There’s a Difference

Because some ingredients can be harmful to pets, we carefully select the brands offered on our shelves.

There’s No Risk

Your pet should crave dinnertime—so if a food doesn't suit their taste, no problem, just bring it back.


Dog Food Matters Dog Label

How to read a dog food label.

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Food Matters Natural Foods

Natural, Organic and Holistic Foods for Dogs.

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Food Matters Transitioning Dog

Transitioning your dog to new food

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Browse our hand-picked selection of the best dog food to find the right one for your dog.

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Cat Food Matters Cat

Is my cat too fat?

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Food Matters Natural Foods

Natural, Organic and Holistic Foods for Cats.

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Food Matters-Transitioning-Cat

Transitioning your cat to new food.

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Browse Online

Browse our hand-picked selection of the best dog food to find the right one for your cat.

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Dog Fast Facts Food Matters Dog Fast Facts Treats

Not All Treats Are OK
Feeding table scraps to your dog can lead to obesity.

Food Matters Fast Facts Diet

Diet & A Healthy Coat
Dry or irritated skin can be a sign of a diet deficiency or an allergy to a certain food.

Food Matters Dog Fast Facts Toxic

6 Toxic Foods
Chocolate, onions, macadamia nuts, grapes and raisins can be toxic to your dog.

Cat Fast Facts Food Matters Cat Fast Facts Change Food

When To Change Foods
You can switch your kitten to adult cat food at age one.

Food Matters Cat Fast Facts Meat

Cats Need Meat
Cats are carnivores and should not be fed a vegetarian diet.


Food Matters Cat Fast Facts Feed

Feed to Age
Adult cats need less protein and fat, and fewer calories than kittens.