Raw Dog Food: Is a biologically appropriate raw feed ('BARF,' also referred to as RAW meat, organs and bones) ideal for dogs?
Well, then listen to your dog. His health, that is.
If you've been making more trips to the vet with your dog than you'd like, or if you're spending a bundle on pet meds, could the problem really be as simple as the food you feed your dog?
This is a rabbit website, but we wanted to bring you the links to some amazing information that could make the difference in your dog's health. It did in our dog - no more dry flaky skin, no more frantic itching, just a thick glossy coat.
Here are links to raw dog food sites, so you can decide for yourself whether feeding "raw meaty bones" will make as much difference in the life of your dog as it did in ours, and in the lives of many other dogs and cats.
Speaking of cats, please be sure to visit our Raw Cat Food page, as there are lots more links there to well-researched information pertaining to cats.
Here you go ...
Frequently Asked Questions about feeding RAW to dogs.
This website is that of the VonHapsburg Great Dane kennel. Their health section (linked here) offers an extensive collection of pages on dog health and nutrition, including info on arthritis, enzymes, feeding biologically appropriate raw food (BARF), essential fatty acids, a healthy immune system, vaccinations and much more.
A very useful resource which will answer all your ingrained questions and ideas about what dogs should (or should not) be eating. Concerned about salmonella? You’ll find a ton of well-researched answers here about this and very much more.
This page also addresses a controversy among BARF feeders: Are dogs carnivores? Or omnivores? You decide. Either way, dogs require bones and raw food as much as cats do.
United Kingdom Raw Meaty Bones Support and Action Group, an information-rich site for those in the UK.
Find something for every dog (or cat or snake) whether already raw-fed or not yet introduced to eating animals with the fur on:
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