Soup vs. Dog Food #1: Canine or Can...dine?

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We don't know about you, but Gut Check finds it a tad...concerning...that while we're heating up a bowl of condensed chicken and stars, we're feeding our pups canned cuisine in varieties like "filet mignon," "rotisserie chicken" and "grilled steak and eggs."

Yeah, yeah, we love our dogs -- forever friends and all that -- but why the hell does their food look better than our soup?

In honor of National Soup Month, Gut Check went on the hunt for four soups and four dog foods to put head-to-head to see if you, dear readers, can tell the difference. We'll post a different picture each day, with answers at the end.

Is this soup or dog food? Leave your guess in the comments.

Soup or Dog Food? #1:

JULIA GABBERT
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