Benefits of Raw Feeding

Just as it is for us humans, a healthy, fresh, unprocessed diet is best for dogs. Dogs on a natural health diet flourish. You will quickly see the benefits of feeding your dog a raw diet when you make the switch.

Here are some of the most common benefits in depth…

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Natural dog food leads to healthier teeth & gums plus fresher breath

Raw dog food doesn’t stick between teeth as kibble can. Food left in teeth and on gums can provide a breeding ground for tooth decay. Plus, feeding with raw bone acts as a natural toothbrush.

Healthier skin & coat

Raw feeding has nutrient-rich ingredients such as healthy herbs and natural fish oils which can help maintain shiny healthy coat and skin.

There are no additives in a raw diet for dogs, which means reduced allergy symptoms

One of the benefits of raw food for dogs is that it’s effective at lowering or eliminating skin conditions. Reducing allergens and irritants your dog is exposed to allows them to live a happier, care-free life. For more information on food allergies, please visit our FAQs.

For a calmer, more balanced dog

A raw diet for dogs removes additives, preservatives and other nasties from their diet thereby avoiding the peaks and troughs which can be experienced, like in us humans, as a reaction to over-processed foods.

Better for fussy eaters & sensitive stomachs

Raw feeding doesn’t contain any additives, preservatives or fillers ensuring the smell and taste appeal to even the fussiest of eaters and the texture is more enjoyable, Raw food is also easier to digest.

Helps weight management

A raw diet for dogs provides balanced nutrition without bulking agents, which can cause bloating and sluggish digestion, making weight management easier. Visit our FAQ’s for guidance on how to check if your dog is over or underweight.

Improved digestion, oh and smaller, less odorous poop

Dogs that are raw feeding excrete much less waste than those fed a dry food diet. Great news for the daily walks and it smells less too. You may notice the poop becomes whiter and powdery. This is okay, it’s just the bone in the meal passing through.

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