I have recently got my new Alaskan Malamute puppy, ( absolutely adorable). I have been feeding him on Eukanuba Puppy Large breed, but the other day I was told that the company that owns Eukanuba test the dog food on animals (and I dont just mean seeing if they like the taste), by breaking the dogs leg and seeing how well the dog heels on their food. To anybodys knowledge is this true, or is it spread by animal rights groups. I have always tried to ensure that my dogs recieve the best, especially for the first year of growing. When they are older they do tend to get spoiled with their food (smoked salmon, venison and even grouse), but I would rather not feed them on anything that has come about by other dogs suffering.