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Many dog owners have come to reconsider commercial dog foods since they are highly processed and often contain harmful chemicals. One alternative is to feed your dog a raw diet. A raw food diet usually includes uncooked meat, edible bones, and organs. The BARF diet (where BARF stands for Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) contains up to 60-80% of raw meaty bones, that is bones with about 50% meat (e.g. chicken neck, back and wings) and 20-40% of fruits and vegetables, eggs, or dairy foods.
If you are interested in putting your dog or puppy on a raw diet here’s where you can find really useful information:
- Maggie Rhines’ official website – a step-by-step guide on how to start your dog on a raw food diet.
- Donna’s website teaching you how to reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases by feeding your dog the right food.
1. A very good resource for finding out more about raw food is Going Rawr! Dog Lover’s Compendium, a program created by Maggie Rhines. The program compiles information on raw dog food recipes, raw dog food’s advantages and ways to put your dog on a raw diet.
What I particularly liked about the book and the whole Maggie’s program is its holistic approach. You can learn how to keep a nutritional balance for your dog, many recipes and how to protect your dog’s health. It comes together with a FREE Bonus on Holistic Dog Treats. Find out if it’s right for your dog!
2. Dog Food for Life is another excellent book if you are interested in upgrading your dog’s diet with fresh, natural foods. You can learn what the dog food industry doesn’t want you to know about the ingredients they use in their foods. Moreover, the book has some nutritious, easy-to-make homemade recipes! It comes together with 2 other FREE Books: A Confidential Dog Food Report and A Guide to Healthy Living – Dog Health 101.
Enjoy and let me know if you come across some other useful materials!
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