Raw Feeding Guide
First things first, the health benefits of raw food compared to kibble:
|Species appropriate (meat, bone, organ, fresh and unprocessed)||Highly processed (causing inflammation and skin irritation)|
|Increases hydration (70% moisture content)||Decreases hydration (approx. 10% moisture)|
|Easy weight management (no fillers or high carbohydrates)||High carbohydrates (causing obesity and poor health)|
|Reduces allergies and food sensitivities (healthier gut and improved endocrine system)||Rancid fats (vitamin and protein deficiencies and inflammations)|
|Naturally cleans teeth||Synthetic ingredients (colours and chemicals)|
|Improves skin and coat||Mycotoxins (storage mites, increasing risk of bacterial growth)|
|Increases energy (rich in wholesome nutrients and minerals)||Fillers and additives (large stool volumes from undigested ingredients)|
|Less stools (superior digestibility)|
Our Guide to Feeding Raw
Raw feeding guide:
A good rule of raw feeding is 80% meat, 10% offal (of which 5% is liver, 5% kidney) and 10% bone.
It is perfectly OK to vary the percentage from day to day to suit you – but you must feed this balance over a period of around a week, your dog will come on leaps and bounds.
We offer a varied range of complete raw dog meals and complementary meals with offal where bone needs to be added. However if you don’t want to worry about this, choosing a good quality complete meal from our range of brands can give you confidence that your dog is getting all it needs in a balanced meal everyday.
Should you need any additional advice we will support you every step of the way, and are happy to help where we can.
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