Many vets say that a nutritious, well-balanced and grain-free raw diet is the most important factor in your pet’s overall health and longevity.
If you’re new to raw feeding and thinking about making it your puppy’s nutritional regimen, it’s important to do your homework. In this article, you’ll learn what a raw diet is all about, the benefits and risks, when and how to start feeding raw puppy food, and if and when you may need to add supplements.
Building a healthy gut is crucial for long-term healthfulness in your dog. To do this, it’s integral he’s fed a nutritious, biodiverse diet so the ecosystem, or microbiome, in his digestive tract can flourish.
Once you take a careful look at many commercial dog food labels, you might ask yourself, “Where’s the beef?” Many ‘beef dog foods’ have a low percentage of real beef and those are often from questionable sources. That’s why feeding your pet raw beef dog food can make all the difference in the overall health of your dog.
When your new pup is still in the womb to when she is still just a few months old, fresh food and good dirt are absolutely crucial. I’ll explain what I mean.
You love your dog — from his cold, wet nose to his wagging tail. And feeding him a high-quality diet is arguably the most important step you can take to keep him healthy and ensure he lives life to the fullest. But with so many choices — and so many differing opinions — how can you decide on the best dog food?
It’s no secret that cats are natural predators. Watch any field cat and you can see their natural instincts come alive when they encounter prey: back flattened, tail flicking, followed by the dramatic pounce.
Darwin’s Natural Selections and Biologics meals are completely balanced and formulated to meet the nutritional standards outlined by the AAFCO Dog and Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.2
While a majority of puppies and kittens can handle a transition to a raw food diet after weaning, we at Darwin’s recommend that you start off feeding a gently cooked meal until 4 months of age.