The key to preventing bloat and torsion is maintaining a healthy digestive system. Bloat and torsion is extremely rare in dogs that consume a high protein, raw meat based diet, containing less than 25% carbohydrates.
Raw eggs are very healthy for your dog and are an excellent source of protein. We do not include eggs in our diet as eggs are also an allergen for many dogs. If your dog is allergic to chicken, they likely are also allergic to egg as well.
No! There is no relationship between dog aggression and feeding a raw diet. Prior to 1930 there was no such thing as commercial dry food and yet many people lived peaceably with very gentle domesticated dogs and cats, that thrived on a raw food diet.
Yes and yes! Cooked processed dry diets create soft stools which allows annal glad secretions to build up causing painful compaction or possible rupture of the glands. A raw diet contains ground bone which helps to keep stools firm, and with every bowel movement anal glands are naturally squeezed and eliminated. No need for expensive [...]
Yes, this is normal. Everything your dog eats his/her body utilizes and therefore less waste is eliminated. Additionally because the food is free of preservatives and commercial processes and fillers the poop biodegrades quickly into your lawn. If you dog has trouble passing a stool increase the portion of beef, lamb or tripe in your [...]