There are a wide variety of blends when it comes to raw dog food. You can do your own homemade dog raw diet, there are frozen commercial products available, and there is organic dry dog food found in your local pet store. One thing you must be careful of is fats. Become a label reader, some of the commercial brands contain more fats than normal. If your dog has a condition where extra fat is a problem, check the label before you buy it. If you are experiencing any dogs allergies , a raw diet regime might prove beneficial..

There is an company referred to as the AAFCO for canines and cats. They rate the nutritional value of dog and cat food from the a variety of manufactures. This can be applied as a guideline for your preliminary comparison when first hunting for raw dog food, but don’t use it as the gospel for your final choice. If the manufactures list of ingredients includes organic chicken, pork, and various meats, then declare their food is low in fats, this could be misleading. With this mix a high calorie count typically indicates higher fat, simply be aware that manufacturers can lessen selected categories.

Homemade Raw Dog Food:

For most people it is not cooking food at home for their dog that bothers them, it is the dread of cooking the incorrect things.

The worry of bones getting stuck in a dog’s throat or intestines triggering inner injury is one worry. The way to get around this is to grind up the bones. Check with a vet or pet nutritional expert initially, but most bones possess an abundance of necessary protein which is very excellent for canines. Your local butcher store typically has a lot of left over’s that they will sell very cheap.

Even though a dog’s digestive system is different than ours, there are nonetheless many items you can feed them that fall into the raw dog food category. Glance past bones and meat, look up eggs and veggies too.

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