I've been doing some research on dry foods, I came across a fantastic article... (propaganda page?) for Orijen (Champion foods in Alberta Canada) It is a heck of a dry food. I have no desire to switch to a raw diet, dont have the time or the freezer space for it. Orijen seems to be as good as you can get as far as kibble goes. Orijen is expensive however. but since I have 2-25lb dogs, I will manage. Right now I have them both on different foods, one on Light and Fit Acana (Champion foods again, but not grain free) and Scout is on Spot's Stew Salmon recipe (Halo) both are excellent foods, but I am leaning towards the grain free Orijen (prob the 6 fish one as one of my dogs is sensitive to chicken). My sis is a (human) Nutritionist, but I sent her the article to see if she could verify the science behind it. I dont want to spread it around if the science is bogus. Orijen is available around the world (not widely, but their website has a list of where you can get it), according to their website, except Australia (something about shipping) Orijen has won some big awards too in the States. So I have made the decision to switch as soon as the food that I just bought is gone. I will also be supporting a local industry as I live in AB, Canada. Acana is made here but Halo is American, so It'll be nice to have both my girls on Canadian made food!