The Raw Feeding Community's official guide to bone and fat content in common raw meaty bones.
So you want to feed a homemade raw diet to your dog, cat, or ferret, but you don't know where to begin. You've probably realized by now that there are many ways to feed raw. It all comes down to determining your pet's individual needs, as well as your own. Figuring all of this out may include some trial and error, which does require some time and patience while you learn and adapt to this new adventure of feeding a homemade raw diet.
The study found that raw diets are highly digestible and promote a balanced growth of friendly bacteria in the gut.
Too much thyroid hormone results in hyperthyroidism, a condition that can cause adverse heart conditions, weight loss, and more. Is your raw fed pet at risk?
Nutrition is the most important thing to keep your dog healthy. By introducing some fresh foods to their diet, your dog can live a longer, happier life.
There are plenty of articles that speak of the wonders of bone broth. But is this all true, or has bone broth just become the newest "miracle cure-all" fad?
"Why can't I just feed my dog chicken?" It's one of the most common questions we get in The Raw Feeding Community's Facebook group. And it's understandable: after all, chicken is easily accessible and the cheapest kind of meat available to most people. Wouldn't it be so much easier and more affordable if you could … Continue reading Don’t just wing it: chicken-only raw diets are not balanced!
Many owners that have switched their pets to a raw diet have noticed the massive improvements that raw has made in their pet's health. From their healthy skin and shiny coat, their dental health, and even improved allergies or yeast infection issues, you would think that veterinarians would be just as excited about this great … Continue reading Why doesn’t my vet recommend a raw diet?