Generally, they are. The biggest ingredients in most (middle-to-low price, dry) cat and dog foods are 1) grain based filler and 2) animal by-product. The more expensive you get, the more the food specializes in different pet needs (like skin & coat, senior, healthy digestion, healthy joints, etc). As far as I can really tell, the biggest consistent difference between cat and dog food is that they consider caloric needs relative to the size of the animal. Dogs are usually bigger; dog food has more calories. Vice versa.
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