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The most basic “raw” feeding option is that based on what is commonly known as the BARF diet – for those unfamiliar with this peculiar acronym, it stands for either Bones and Raw Food Diet, or Biologically Appropriate Raw Diet, depending on who you ask. Although the idea of feeding dogs anything other than kibble was not a new idea at the time, a book published by an Australian vet called Dr Billinghurst in 1993 called “Give Your Dog a Bone” certainly gave impetus to the idea of feeding as Mother Nature intended. It went back to basics and looked at feeding dogs what they were effectively designed to eat. According to Dr Billinghurst’s research, dogs are carnivores, vegetarians, scavengers, hunters and opportunists – so a diet of raw, meat, bones and offal was the ideal food for our companion canines, as this is what they would naturally eat in the wild – despite the fact that dogs have been domesticated for thousands of years.
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Raw meat if cooked, irradiated, or processed to eliminate “pathogens” will kill all the good bacteria in the RAW diet!!! Therefore rendering it basically like kibble! Which would completely defeat the purpose of feeding raw. When I first adopted my girl she was vomiting, diarrhea, and shedding like crazy from the horrific food I purchased at the shelter. After months of trying different kibbles and canned diets I switched her to raw and all those symptoms have subsided and she is a completely healthy, happy, and well adjusted dog! My vet is amazed at how healthy and wonderful she looks. I did not take her to the vet for over a year because I was unhappy with the way they handled and treated her. My current vet was amazed at how healthy she was for not seeing a vet for that long. People always ask me if my almost 4.5 year old girl is a puppy because of her energy and zest for life. I attribute this all to the RAW diet I feed her. Without that diet she would not be thriving like she is. I now work in the very pet store that helped save my girl. We educate every customer that feeds raw on handling the food. We had a case of a little westie who was almost completely hairless due to allergies and other medical issues. Well we started that little one on a raw diet and within weeks the hair was almost completely back. Now tell me this where are the studies that show a kibble diet will do that? I wish the AVMA and vet schools would educate themselves on the benefits of a RAW diet. There are so many cases of pets thriving on a RAW diet. Back to Basics Raw Pet Food.
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