This is just a query, but apart from a brief period, (I think it was in the 80's), following the Hills launch in the UK, I have never had a vet that sold pet foods, (prescription diets excepted). I certainly don't think my current practice would want their clinical work to be interrupted in order to serve customers - the staff get grumpy enough if you don't give them enough warning when collecting repeat drugs! I can see that it might provide an additional service in a remote community, and there may be a hidden connection when a vet clinic is located inside a superstore, but generally speaking, does your vet sell non-prescription dog food? If so, what makes do they offer? Please add in comments on the thread.