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.
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.
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.