Many people make assumptions about what is and aren’t a good idea without any experiential background in the topic. Raw feeding is one of the things that people often judge without prior experience. Raw feeding is good for an animal. It is true that raw feeding can be bad for the animal, but if done correctly is healthy. The approach that should be used for raw feeding revolves around observational decision-making. Instead of wholesale assumptions of what is and isn’t healthy for the dog, one should try different things and observe what works best and tailor the raw feeding approach to the individual animal.
- Raw is way more than ground beef when it comes to going raw. There options beyond ground beef out there for your pet.
- Don’t mix raw and kibble together. It can make the animal sick because of digestion rates.
- Watch for supplements. You may want to add plenty like for yourself, but a dog’s nutrition is different than yours
“There is a common belief that we need to feed 80% muscle meat, 10% bone, and 10% liver/offal.”
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