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Specific health concerns should be addressed with your veterinary professional.

Articles of Interest:
Perhaps you have been struggling with a challenge and are interested in turning to diet & nutrition for answers. Here are some wonderful articles that may provide you with some answers to some common challenges or questions.

Skin Problems

Sensitive Stomach

But...I thought dogs couldn't eat raw meat?


Now...Let's Get Started

 
 http://www.dog-nutrition-naturally.com/dog-digestive-system.html

http://www.dog-nutrition-naturally.com/dog-digestive-system.html

 

Let's explore some facts before starting to feed so we understand the why.

Have you thought about how your dog's jaw is built? Do you understand their digestive system and what their body was designed to do?


The better prepared you are before committing to beginning to feed raw, the better off you will be once you have the food!


 

I continue to search high and low many different places in this area where valuable food items can be found!


Many dogs unfortunately fit into the heavy or even overweight category.

Write down your details and come up with a plan before you begin. Here are some ideas on getting started!
You will want to know your dog's weight and also take into account activity level, age, breed, spayed/neutered, etc. We are very used to seeing overweight dogs so may be deceived in what our dogs ideally should look like.

 Here is a shot of a real dog, at ideal weight for him. He weighs 49lbs and was verified by a vet to be at a "perfect" weight. I did not tell them my raw feeding secret.

Here is a shot of a real dog, at ideal weight for him. He weighs 49lbs and was verified by a vet to be at a "perfect" weight. I did not tell them my raw feeding secret.

 He is muscular and athletic, as well as very active. He has fluctuated between 49lbs (lowest) to approx. 53lbs. It is so important especially if your dog has a lot of fur to feel them to see where they are at. 

He is muscular and athletic, as well as very active. He has fluctuated between 49lbs (lowest) to approx. 53lbs. It is so important especially if your dog has a lot of fur to feel them to see where they are at. 


Want to take a look at a menu for some ideas? Check out The Carnivore Within.

Sources:
Johansen, Kristina. "Your Dog's Digestive System." Elmo's Kitchen. N.p., 26 Oct. 2016. Web. 27 July 2017.