Premade Raw Dog Food: Tips from The Primal Pooch Recently I was at my day job and an old friend, or work associate, (whatever I like to think of her as a friend), emailed me to let me know her new site is up. It was Amy Marshall from The Primal Pooch. I thought cool,... Continue Reading →
Feeding a raw diet to dogs does require a certain amount of proper food handling and sanitation if you want to keep things safe, germ-wise. If you are anything like me and have a decade of food service under your belt then you already know the ins & outs of meat safety & cross contamination. But, if you somehow made in through your 20's without having a restaurant job here is the basics of what you need to prevent, how to do so, and then my favorite natural ways in my home.
Toppers for dog food are all the rage right now. Freeze-dried, nutrient enriched, grain free, enticement, all sorts of toppers are on the market right now. I haven't been paying them much attention because I was all feed real food and you don't need toppers. Well luckily a friend asked me about them as a starting point to feeding their dog better food. I realized them that I was a fool. Toppers are a great way to start down a path of proper doggo nutrition.
What Is Raw Dog Food Diet? Well, a species-appropriate diet from bioavailable foods of course, but if you are not immersed in the raw pet food movement, it isn't that easy. A species appropriate diet is a diet that supports their genetic make-up. Bioavailable foods are foods that the body can obtain proper nutrients naturally... Continue Reading →
Why Raw for Dogs So, a lot of people have been asking me, 'If you are so lazy why don't you just feed kibble instead of a raw diet for your dogs? It comes in large bags at a low cost, doesn't require refrigeration, and is available everywhere.' And that is a good question. One... Continue Reading →
The most convenient, hassle free, no stress way to feed your dog a raw diet is buying it pre-made. This will cover what to look for in a raw food brand to ensure your dog gets proper nutrition.
As I mentioned in my first blog I love to stretch my dog food by adding assorted whole foods that I have in the house. I also am a huge fan of using vegetables and fruits for dog treats. They are cheap, easy, and I know exactly what I am feeding. No label deciphering needed. Here is my pup produce guide.