I try to make my money go as far as I can. As a result, before I make a significant purchase, I research the item, read reviews and check Consumer Reports. I base purchase decisions on quality, performance and bang for the buck. Sometimes, that means I buy foreign-made items.
As others have mentioned, fewer and fewer items are Made in USA. That's because the entire country has been shifting away from a manufacturing based economy to a services based economy for a long time. More workers in the US have jobs that provide a service than jobs where they make something. That's because Americans make more money so the products they manufacture cost more. You may dislike the idea of paying for Chinese made dog food but would you be willing to pay 2-3 times as much for that dog food because it was made here? Extend that to all the things you buy and all of a sudden, your standard of living is a lot lower that it used to be.
This is a pervasive situation from automobiles to kid's toys and dog food. It's been decades since TVs were made in the USA. All the brands are Japanese, Korean or European. You don't have an American made alternative.
"If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the universe." -Carl Sagan