Why Raw Pet Food?
WHY RAW ?
WHAT SHOULD DOGS BE EATING?
Raw dog food is species appropriate and provides numerous health benefits. Dogs are carnivores. They should eat a diet of predominantly meat.
Equally important, it should be raw. Animals don’t cook their foods. Your dog needs raw muscle meat, organs, fatty tissue, and bones.
SKIN & COAT IMPROVEMENTS
Carbohydrates: Carbs may be nutritious for omnivores and herbivores, but carnivores don’t benefit from these nutrients in the same way that we do. What’s the point of feeding your dog these foods if they cannot properly digest and assimilate the nutrition from them?
Again, fruits and veggies are not bad; they contain many wonderful nutrients. They won’t make your dogs sick or harm them. The problem is that they digest them too quickly to properly absorb the vital nutrients they need to stay in optimal condition.
Cooked foods: Your dogs are meant to eat raw foods. They have the digestive system, stomach acid, and bacteria-killing agents for a reason: to handle these foods.
Cooking destroys the vitamin, mineral, and enzyme content that is needed!
Also, beware; cooked bones are more likely to splinter and cause hazards for your dog. They are equipped to consume raw foods and should only eat raw meat and bones.
Processed foods: Processed foods are unhealthy and are not good for any living animal. They are poor nutrition at best.