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Why Raw Pet Food?

Why Raw Pet Food? Domesticated dogs have been around for some 15,000 years, long before the pet food manufacturers realized there was money to be made by taking the wastes of both the grain and meat industries, in the form of ‘scientifically formulated nutrition. So how on earth did dogs survive without kibble?! In the wild, a dog will catch its food and consume most of it…the flesh (good source of protein), fat (a good source of energy), bone (good source of calcium), organ meats (good source of vitamins and rich in all nutrients), and the stomach (a good source of enzymes, minerals, and pre-digested plant material).

It’s a widely contested point, yet dogs, both domesticated and wild, are members of the carnivore family. Anatomically, they are built for it.

Feeding a raw diet means that you are fully in control of what your dog eats and the quality of your dog’s food. You can adapt your dog’s diet to include their favourite ingredients, as well as to exclude ingredients which cause food intolerances or sensitivities. Simply put, you can offer your dog a variety of delicious animal proteins and nutrients to suit their individual tastes, needs and lifestyle.

Benefits Of Feeding Natural Raw Food


A natural diet will improve your dog’s dental health since raw food and meaty bones to chew mean much less plaque and bacteria.


Putting your dog on a species-appropriate diet will lead to less arthritis and other problems caused by inflammation as he or she ages.


Through a species- appropriate diet, your dog will get the nutrients it requires which will help build stronger disease resistance.


On a natural diet your dog will no longer have irritable bowels, it will have small stools, and yes, they will stink less.

  • Vet bills are usually greatly reduced after switching to a nutritious species-appropriate diet.
  • Naturally clean teeth and healthy gums from the natural scrubbing, massaging, and flossing action of eating raw meaty bones.
  • Clean breath and no doggie odour after changing to raw feeding
  • Ripping and chewing raw meaty bones develops the neck, jaw, and shoulder muscles of dogs.
  • Greater bioavailability of naturally occurring nutrients and enzymes in raw meat, organs, and bones.
  • Stools are smaller, less smelly, and quickly degrade into the soil.
  • Dogs tend to maintain a healthy weight and the chances of obesity are minimized since it takes longer to chew and digest raw meaty bones.
  • Kibble may sit around for hours untouched, but dogs tend to be excited and love their raw species-appropriate meals.
  • Increased mental, psychological and physical stimulation leads to greater well-being and satisfaction.
  • Health problems such as arthritis, lack of energy, allergies, skin conditions, and dull coats often improve when switching from commercial dog food to raw feeding.
  • Ability to custom tailor your dogs’ diets for their activity level, age, health problems and specific nutritional requirements.

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