Feeding Raw Dog Food Reveals One Diet Your Dog Must Be On

feeding raw dog foodMany people have always trusted their veterinarians as trained professionals to provide them with the information they need to keep their dog healthy. However, the simple fact is the potential for veterinarians to be misinformed on dog nutrition is almost a given.

These days, pet food recalls, skyrocketing vet bills and routine medical care that proves fruitless or invalid has led many on their own search for better information on dog health.

Feeding a Raw Dog Food Diet – Best for Health?

Even with intense time and effort, it will be hard to match what Dan Scott has found after forty three years of dog ownership and seven years of dog health research. Despite their differences, allergies, cataracts, anal gland problems, heart murmurs, arthritis, diarrhea, joint pains, weight problems and many other maladies that affect today’s canine can be stopped right in their tracks with a single product; an all natural raw diet.

The Modern Dog Still Needs Fresh Natural Food

What traditional dog health research often ignores is that today’s dog is nothing more than a domesticated wolf when it comes right down to matters of physiology.  The system of a canine carnivore was and never will be able to adequately digest or gain nutrients from cooked foods; yet all moist and kibble dog food is cooked before being shaped or stuffed into its packaging.

Added to this modern commercial dog food in cans and bags are the number of poisonous toxic chemicals and the source of ingredients used in the matter and one discovers that pet food is merely about efficiently handling a population’s millions of tons of dead and decaying food waste.

Of animals that eat a steady diet of processed commercial dog food, dog health research has found:

  • Eighty five percent of dogs by age four will suffer from periodontal disease. The increase moves to one hundred percent by the age of twelve as readily admitted by the pet food manufacturers.
  • Cancer is the top leading cause of death in dogs, as half of all dogs by age ten will fall prey to.
  • In the U.S. alone, twenty percent of dogs suffer from arthritis.
  • Twenty seven percent of all dogs suffer from various allergies that result in constant scratching and ear infections.
  • One in four dogs the world over are obese (National Research Council).
The following are comments of those who have switched to a natural raw diet to help get their beloved canine companions back in balance:

“Shiny clean smelling coat, almost zero gas, clean white teeth, amazing energy, fresh breath and immensely improved health, at 14 my dog’s reliving puppyhood.” Tina Buckey and Polly

“It’s been 4 months now and after the vet health check, the cancer has vanished and all the other health problems along with it” John and Cody

“For years I thought it was ‘normal’ to expect the odd health problem but somehow my share seemed to be growing along with the vet fees …My veterinarian bills were huge as more or less continually there was one problem or another to fix… now in the thousands per year… Every single condition I had a problem with vanished after several months … Feeding dog raw food my vet bills shrank from literally thousands to almost zero within a couple of months… just wonderful.” Madeline, Blaze, Cody, Sky, Star and Keisha

It has now become obvious that the dog health research funded by dog food companies is not only erroneous but deadly. Luckily, you have options just like the many others that are now moving to natural diets to save their canine companions.

Watch the video below and make up your own mind.

What do Dogs Eat to Thrive Not Simply Survive?

Feeding your dog raw food is very straight forward. Get my free report below and discover this raw diet for dogs for yourself.

About Dan

Dan is an experienced dog nutrition and home remedy specialist, helping pet parents heal chronic dog health problems with healthier kibble, home cooked and raw food diets and using effective, safer natural home remedies for a healthier, happier and longer lived dog.

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