What is your price limit? You can spend a little or a lot on puppy food. I would recommend a mid-range price point food if you are worried about your wallet; foods such as Purina Pro-Plan, Natural Choice, and Bil-Jac are all decently made/lower-price food.
You can also purchase some more holistic/grain-free foods that have more protein and less fillers for a few dollars more; look for brands like Natural Balance, Blue Wilderness/Buffalo, Wellness, Solid Gold, and Canidae. These are well made, and offer better nutrients in some regards.
It also can depend on the breed of your dog.
Lots of information out there on dog foods.
I personally feed my dog Nature's Variety Raw Instinct food. It's non-processed and uncooked, just like nature intended canines to eat! It also helps with skin and coat, and weight management.
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