This guide is meant to be your crash course into the world of feeding commercially prepared raw food (aka raw food that you buy at a pet food store).
Perpetuating the idea that raw needs to be an all-or-nothing endeavour scares away well-intentioned pet parents who either can't afford to or don't have time to feed raw all of the time. Getting some fresh food into an animal's diet is better than nothing.
Listen to "How To Treat Diarrhea in Dogs" on Spreaker. Today I’m going to talk about some home remedies for curing your dog’s diarrhea. You probably already have some of these things in your kitchen, and I’m going to tell you about a few products I keep on hand to help my dogs get over … Continue reading Natural Cures for Your Dog’s Diarrhea
Collars are useful for identification and an adorable accessory for your pet but are they safe?
As a raw feeder, I often think that I need to purchase all my feeding supplies from niche, boutique pet stores. While I love supporting these types of stores (in fact I own one), online shopping offers a convenient way to access feeding supplies without having to leave your house. Here are 5 of my … Continue reading 5 Great Products on AMAZON| For Raw Feeders
Seventy percent (or more) of your dog's immune system is housed in their gastrointestinal tract, therefore, keeping it healthy is essential to your pet's well-being. Leaky gut is difficult to diagnose because it involves trauma to the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract. Unlike an external injury, leaky gut is best diagnosed through its symptoms which … Continue reading Leaky Gut
What are Seasonal Allergies? Today we are going to discuss seasonal allergies in your dog or cat. First, let's clear up something up–what is the difference between seasonal and environmental allergies? Environmental allergies refer to the fact that dogs can react negatively to anything in their environment including pollens, grasses, laundry detergent, floor cleaners, fertilizers, etc. … Continue reading Treating Your Pet’s Seasonal Allergies
Food sensitivities are commonly mislabelled "allergies, " but allergies and sensitivities actually elicit very different responses from the immune system. Food allergies are "quite rare" according to Dr. Jean Dodds, and a true food allergy will "reflect a more immediate immunological response" (source). Anaphylaxis is often the result of an allergic response. An allergen (e.g., bee … Continue reading Food Allergies & Your Pet
Raw food can be an incredible and healthful way to feed your pooch. Unfortunately, it can also be dangerously deficient in crucial nutrients including organs, vitamins, and minerals. This article will hopefully clear up any confusion you might have about what you are feeding your dog or guide you in the right direction to find … Continue reading 5 Questions to Ask Your Raw Food Supplier