Your dog deserves to eat the highest-quality, tastiest, safest dog food. Dog Food Care is here to help.

Are you looking to buy food for your dog, but are stumped about which product is best?

Or, worse, have you ever bought a six-month supply of food, only to learn later that you didn't buy the right one for your dog’s needs? We have, and that is why we started Dog Food Care.

Our mission is simple: to give you the information you need to pick the best dog food for your dog. 

After years of caring for picky and allergen-sensitive dogs, we know that getting the right food can be an expensive endeavor if you don’t have the right knowledge. We’ve seen low-quality foods wreck our loved ones' digestive systems, and learned which foods are best by researching and testing hundreds of different types over the past 10 years. 

From golden retrievers and mastiffs to dachshunds and chihuahuas, we’ve got you covered. We want to make your buying experience simple, safe, and easy -- the way it should be. 

Dog Food Care Team

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Sarah Wagner

Editor / Author

Sarah Wagner is an animal lover and the proud dog-mom of a Golden Retriever named Brody and an Italian Greyhound named Jessup. She is a San Diego native, and lives just a 5 minute drive away from the San Diego Zoo. Unfortunately, Jessup developed serious allergies to many different types of dog foods and ingredients when she was just a puppy, while Brody could eat seemingly anything and carry on as healthy as could be! Sarah spent hours of time researching and testing different foods and brands before finding something that worked for little Jessup. She wants Dog Food Care to simplify this experience for future dog-parents who face food allergy or tolerance issues of their own.

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Daniel Wagner

Digital Marketing

Daniel is Sarah’s son and fellow animal-lover. He jumped into a marketing role at a tech company after graduating from UCSD in 2016, but wanted to step away from a 9-5 role after a few years. He’s excited to be working on a passion project in partnership with his mom. Daniel gained enough flexibility in his schedule to be able to adopt a dog of his own, and welcomed Emmie the dachshund into his home in 2020.