of the raw
Dog Food Diet
The raw dog food diet is a practice of feeding dogs with fresh and natural food similar to those eaten by their canine ancestors. It includes uncooked muscle meat, raw whole or ground bones and organ meat.
It may also contain seeds, herbs, and vegetations.
The process of making commercial dog food products damages valuable enzymes from raw products that dogs need for proper digestion. Add preservatives and additives to that equation, and you’d probably think twice if a processed dog food is still the top choice for your pet dog’s health.
With the raw food diet, your dog can finally say goodbye to a gassy stomach or poor digestion caused by commercially processed dog food.
Dogs on a raw food diet generally have smaller, less smelly, and more solid stool than dogs on a commercial food diet since they digest and absorb raw food faster and better.
Feeding your dogs with raw and unprocessed food provides proper nutrition and promotes a healthy immune system. A stronger immune system means fewer infections and diseases.
Pet owners who have been practicing the raw food diet find improvement in their dogs’ vitality and vigor. The reason? Raw-fed dogs spend less energy digesting food. Thus they have more energy for other things.
Raw feeding balances your dog’s system and allows them to attain optimum weight. It ensures that your dog stays lean, healthy, and strong.
Improved overall health is one of the many benefits of the raw food diet. By providing your dog the right kind of diet and lifestyle, you can be at peace that your canine companion is off to a long and healthy life.
Did you know that Raw Feeding
Raw feeding provides our canine companions with all the necessary bioavailable nutrition to have healthy skin and coat. When the skin and coat are in good condition,
you’d also notice less shedding over time.
Since most skin conditions and allergies are associated with nutrition, the raw food diet is one way to help alleviate such discomforts. Switching to a raw diet helps treat not just the symptoms but also the cause
of the problem.
Raw feeding prevents tartar
and plaque buildup since it helps clean the teeth as your dog grinds the raw food.