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Why we feed Raw 


It is widely recognized that a raw meat, organ, and bone based diet is the most suitable for canines and felines, considering their teeth and anatomical structure. Dogs have strong hinged jaws with teeth designed for tearing and crushing meat, hide, and bones, whether they are wild or domesticated.

Over time, the demand for convenient, inexpensive, and mass-produced pet food led to the emergence of canned meats and unwanted animal parts, eventually evolving into the cereal, grain, and processed carbohydrate pellet pet foods commonly found today. While this type of food is appealing to manufacturers, retailers, and consumers due to ease of transportation, storage, and sale, its main benefit lies in company profits, offering little to no health benefits for pets and potentially causing harm.

Modern dogs suffer from various food-related health issues, ailments, and allergies, often without addressing the root cause, which is their diet. Returning to a dog's natural diet is believed to nurture and promote their overall health and well-being.

Chopping Meat


The mouth is a distinctive feature of dogs, and their teeth, jaws, and mouth structure are specifically designed for a carnivorous diet. While dogs can survive on various foods, the importance of a raw diet goes beyond nutritional value; it also contributes to oral hygiene and mouth health. Raw bones, briskets, and tripe help remove tartar buildup, while chewing on bones cleans the gums and teeth, supporting overall oral hygiene. Raw tripe contains enzymes that combat bacteria and assist in maintaining a clean mouth and teeth.

Diseases originating in the mouth can often spread to the head and other parts of the body. Recent studies have established a link between gum disease and heart disease in dogs, emphasizing the significance of prioritizing your pet's oral health and hygiene.


Dogs engaged in working or sporting activities require proper structure and muscle development. If we observe the diets of human athletes, we can see that they consume nutrients that support their physical and mental health. Dogs are commonly affected by hip dysplasia, ACL issues, and bone diseases, with the root causes often attributed to genetics rather than malnutrition. It is essential to consider providing the correct nutrition for your dog to ensure the proper development of their bones, muscles, and ligaments to reach their full potential. For instance, large dogs can grow over 400 grams per month, necessitating adequate nutrition to maintain their health throughout adulthood.


Pets, like humans, require dietary diversity. Feeding the same food to your pet every day increases the risk of developing allergies. The type of food you provide is also crucial, as commercial meats often contain added antibiotics and hormones, which can lead to an overactive immune system in dogs. Overusing antibiotics can also disrupt the balance of good bacteria. Since the majority of a dog's immune system resides in the gastrointestinal tract, maintaining the right balance of gut bacteria is vital for protecting against allergies and overall health. This is why a raw diet is essential for combating allergies and establishing a strong foundation of health. Raw diets are easily digested by dogs and do not contain "fillers" found in most kibble and processed pet foods, which can clog their GI tract.


Chewing on bones provides both mental and physical stimulation for dogs, serving as an enjoyable pastime and stress reliever. It also offers a filling and healthy meal that allows your pet to rest and digest.


A raw diet strengthens a dog's immune system by providing a balance of essential fatty acids, trace elements, cartilage, marrow, immune-regulating agents, and strengthening nutrients that fight infections and reduce

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