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A large retail chain store for home improvement, agriculture, lawn maintenance, and pet care called the Tractor Supply Company rolled out a new pet food brand called 4Health in 2010. 4Health dog food is owned by the Tractor Supply Company, but it’s manufactured by Diamond Pet Foods, a pet food production giant with plants in Missouri, California, and South Carolina. In December 2011, Salmonella was found on the premises of Diamond Pet Foods’ Gaston, South Carolina production facility. Since 4health is a private label brand, it’s a little difficult to find information on their dog food. 4health dog food is available exclusively at the Tractor Supply Company stores and on their website. As a precaution, Diamond Pet Foods issued a voluntary recall for all of their dog food brands with the best-by dates of December 2012 through March 2013.


Some dog owners have noticed an improvement in their dogs’ coats, stool consistency, teeth, weight, and overall health.
Their dog food comes in both dry and wet varieties, and they just added a grain-free formula. To be honest, we’d be cautious given the fact that 4Health dog food is manufactured by this untrustworthy company. 4Health dog food did not test positive for Salmonella, but Diamond pulled it off of the shelves anyway. The positive changes could be attributed to the fact that each 4Health dog food formula provides the right balance of nutrients to the type of dog it’s designed for.
The Tractor Supply Company takes great pride in the fact that 4Health dog food is 20 percent cheaper than other national brands of the same quality.


After reviewing the top five ingredients of 4Health dog food (chicken, chicken meal, cracked pearled barley, millet, and brewers rice), we would say that 4Health dog food is a solid brand that indeed delivers a whole lotta bang for the buck! Cracked pearled barley is a good source of fiber, but some dog owners don’t like it because it provides only modest nutritional value and it can be used as a type of filler (although it’s way better than corn, wheat, and other cheap fillers). The only worrisome ingredient we could find in 4Health dog food is the dried plain beet pulp. We think it’s a reliable brand (if you don’t consider the fact that it’s manufactured by Diamond Pet Foods, that is).



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