Why Raw Bones In Raw Food Blends Are Safe

Written By: Dr. Judy Jasek, DVM – Colorado Wholistic Vet I have been recommending raw food for dogs for nearly 20 years, and I have seen tremendous improvements in my patients when they are taken off of processed diets and fed fresh, species-appropriate foods. Many raw blends contain ground bone as a way of providing…

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Start Kittens and Puppies on the Raw Diet

Article written by: Dr. Judy Jasek, DVM If you have read my other posts, you know I am a proponent of feeding a fresh and ideally raw food diet to pets. What about puppies and kittens? When it comes to feeding fresh food to your dog or cat, the younger you started, the sooner the…

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Raw Feeding Cheat Sheet

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How to Start A Species Appropriate Raw Diet for Pets Cold turkey!  Dump the kibble or processed food and fast pup for 12 hours. Then begin! Food Sensitivities Dogs and cats are very sensitive to the high sugar content and insulin spiking ingredients found in dry kibble food. Our pet’s guts were not made to…

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Puppies and The Raw Diet

Growing Healthy Puppies I’m getting a new puppy soon, YAY! So, naturally I have been thinking about all the things that I need to do to prepare for our new arrival.  Where am I going to put her crate, what kind of toys is she going to like, do I have enough beds for her…

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Blood Values on Raw Feeding

By Jade Bossenbroek ​One thing most people are aware of, is that most vets are anti raw. The reason why is that they know little to none about raw feeding and only learn about processed kibble during their years of study. Most vets will get alarmed when they find that the blood test results of…

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Benefits of Bones

Raw Bones Only – No Cooked Raw bones clean teeth like no other chews in the world. Raw bones can take a long time to chew and when your dog has eaten all the meat, the bone can last for weeks! Raw Bones are rich with minerals such as calcium and phosphorus. Raw Bones remove…

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The Myth of Complete and Balanced

The biggest question we get is “Is this a complete and balanced food?” What is Complete and Balanced? This term has been used even when commercial cat and dog foods carry cancer causing aflatoxins, toxic loads of Vitamin D and other dangerous chemicals that hurt our pets. What is a complete and balanced diet for…

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How To Talk To Your Vet About the Raw Diet

Help Your Vet – Help Your Pet Work with raw feeder and holistic vet Dr. Judy Jasek, DVM Many people throw out a chicken thigh or a scoop of raw hamburger meat and call that the raw diet. Wrong! That would be unbalanced and your vet would be right in his comment. But with the…

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