“THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISION YOU CAN MAKE, IS WHAT YOU PUT INTO THEIR FOOD BOWL” - DR. BARBARA ROYAL
If your pet suffers from:
- Itchy skin
- Yeast infections
- Sensitive tummies
- Bouts of gastrointesinal issues
- Kidney Disease
[We can go on and on as commercial pet foods have given rise to these conditions], then you have come to the right place to search for an alternative to manage or prevent any of the above conditions.
Raw is not a cure but rather a lifestyle change and researchers have determined that adding fresh foods to your pet’s diet can improve their lives.
Unfortunately feeding an ultra processed, dehydrated, high carbohydrate food source is not appropriate for a carnivore and results in the above conditions as well as poor gut health.
Think back to the last animal documentary you have watched. Did you notice the lion/wolf taking out a frying pan to cook his kill? No! This is because Mother Nature’s balanced and nutritious diet was delivered by consuming the entire prey, raw; including skin, meat, organs, bones and stomach contents. Minerals, vitamins and essential amino acids drastically lose their nutritional value as a result of the cooking process. The high temperatures in cooking these foods also produce harmful carcinogens and anti-immunogens that can affect your beloved pet.
While we have domesticated our pets [and yes they probably sleep on your bed and require lots of cuddles] they are still carnivores by biology and require to be fed as such. Feeding a species appropriate diet allows their bodies to utilise this food source ensuring optimum absorption of nutrients. This in turn build up their immune systems and promotes longevity and vitality or your pet.
The benefits of raw feeding are too numerous to mention but some are listed below
Reduction in skin irritation and allergies
Incresed vitality and energy
Smaller, less odorous stools
In tummy upsets
If you value your pet then this choice is a simple one, choose to nourish them well!