FAQs

What is raw feeding?

When raw feeding, what you see is what you get. There are no hidden ingredients, no fillers. All the mystery is taken out of your pet's meals.

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Why should I feed raw?

Raw is the most natural of all foods. Highest quality protein, muscle building, living tissue and bone provide the natural source of...

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Should I cook the raw food?

No. The object of feeding raw food is to maintain optimum nutritional sources. Enzymes and nutritional values are lost in the cooking process.

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What about safe handling?

As with any raw meat, certain practices are recommended. Keep the raw meat frozen, thaw in refrigerator or in cold water. After thawing, use meat in two ...

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How do I start my dog on a raw diet?

A dog on a raw diet should eat several different meats. For example, one type of meat may be higher in iron; while another may be higher in vitamin A. This is why ...

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How much does my dog need to eat?

The general rule is to feed a healthy adult dog between 2-4% of its weight daily, and then adjust as needed. If you have an overweight dog, start on the lower ...

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Will my dog get sick eating raw meat?

The dog is a carnivore with a digestive system and process designed to break down and assimilate protein, bones and fat. Their stomachs have a much higher ...

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Do I need to supplement my dog's diet?

Dogs require a vast array of amino acids that are only found in meat. Meat is also high in omega-6 fatty acids. Omega-3 can be supplemented with ...

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General Nutrition Info for Cats

Water is an extremely important nutrient that contributes to overall health in every living creature. Cats are designed to obtain most ...

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Why should my cat eat a raw diet?

Cats are designed by mother nature to eat high protein diets that are very low in carbohydrates. This dietary model is beneficial for cats because ...

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Should I cook my cat's food?

Any cooking or pasteurization process changes the structure of proteins and requires more time and energy to digest. Due to cats' short digestive and bowel transit time, ...

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What about the protein in dry food?

The protein in dry food, which is often heavily plant-based, is not equal in quality to the protein in meat. Plant proteins are cheaper than meat ...

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