I am really going to enjoy these interviews from Truth About Pet Food!
I am very attracted to dog food products that do not have the usual mineral additives, but which provide that nutrition by way of actual food ingredients. Nature's Logic is one of those products. (Well, it is if you consider montmorillonite clay "food." It is a mineral rich clay and I would not be put off by finding it an ingredient in a human mineral supplement.)
However, the Purdue bloat study indicates:
"Dogs fed dry foods containing fat among the first four ingredients had a 170 percent higher risk for developing bloat."
And the Nature's Logic dog kibble products show fat as the third ingredient. For me, that's a deal breaker.
I don't have an opinion on commercial raw products or canned foods. Instead of a canned food product, I'm more likely to add egg or cottage cheese or something else I can identify into my dog's kibble, and even then, only in "treat" quantity. And, while I don't feed raw, it looks to me like buying raw meat, bones, and organs would be more cost effective than any of the commercial raw products I've seen so far.
It should be good to be Dog.