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Can Raw Dog Food Really Cause Nerve Damage?
Controversial topics
Can Raw Dog Food Really Cause Nerve Damage?
Raw meats are known to carry harmful pathogens. We’re familiar with the requirements to keep a clean kitchen after handling raw meat. All surfaces in contact with raw meat must be disinfected and cleaned with warm, soapy…
April 6, 2022 • 41 shares
Why Vets Don’t Recommend Raw Diets
Controversial topics
Why Vets Don’t Recommend Raw Diets
Raw diets are currently increasing in popularity. There are many books available which describe how to prepare them, and pre-made commercial options are readily available for purchase. Even so, many veterinarians are not…
March 8, 2022 • 225 shares • 4 comments
I Feed Raw - Does That Affect My Pet Insurance?
Diet
I Feed Raw - Does That Affect My Pet Insurance?
Raw feeding has become increasingly popular over the last few years. Though its benefits remain unproven, the claims made by those who sell it can be alluring. If you feed your pet raw food (either as their main meal or…
February 9, 2022 • 93 shares
Cooked Versus Raw Foods for Dogs
Diet
Cooked Versus Raw Foods for Dogs
Raw diets are becoming popular for dogs. Not only have people started preparing raw meals for their dogs at home, there are now a number of commercial options available to save on preparation work. So how do they compare…
January 13, 2022 • 88 shares
Raw food can be good for some pets, but owners should be aware of potential health issues
Cats
Raw food can be good for some pets, but owners should be aware of potential health issues
The feeding of raw meat to pets appeals to many people: there seems to be something pure and natural about it that makes intuitive sense. If you imagine dogs and cats in their natural state, they’d obviously eat raw meat…
November 9, 2018 • 676 shares • 5 comments
Raw meat and bones diets for dogs: are they fab or are they a fad?
Dogs
Raw meat and bones diets for dogs: are they fab or are they a fad?
The mainstream media seems to feature a continual flow of new dietary breakthroughs for humans: from high protein to low protein, high glycaemic index, gluten-free, Paleolithic, alkaline, the list goes on and on. The pet…
November 13, 2016 • 4 shares • 3 comments
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