11 Great REasons why you should feed your dog raw Dog Food

11 Compelling Reasons to Switch to a Raw Dog Food Diet – Unlock Your Dog’s Full Potential

Discover the transformative benefits of raw dog food

As an avid raw feeder, I am frequently asked about the benefits of feeding raw dog food to our furry friends. Raw dog food is a diet that consists of uncooked meat, bones, and organs, often mixed with fruits and vegetables. While this diet may seem unusual to some pet owners, it has been gaining popularity in recent years, and for good reason! In this article, I will outline 11 great reasons why you should consider feeding your dog raw dog food.

  1. Improved digestion:
    Raw dog food is easier for dogs to digest compared to cooked or processed kibble for example. This is because raw food contains natural enzymes that help break down food in the dog’s digestive tract, leading to improved gut health and regular bowel movements. Processed foods do not. (CHECK)
  2. Shinier coat and healthier skin:
    A raw dog food diet will lead to shinier coats and healthier skin for your furry friend. High levels of natural (check) omega fatty acids in raw food help keep your dog’s coat healthy and shiny, while also reducing skin allergies and irritations.
  3. Increased energy and vitality:
    Raw dog food provides your dog with the essential nutrients they need to thrive. This can lead to increased energy and vitality, allowing your dog to live their best life! Thrive, not just survive!
  4. Stronger immune system:
    The natural bacteria in raw dog food can help strengthen your dog’s immune system, thus reducing the risk of illnesses and diseases.
  5. Improved dental health:
    Raw bones can help keep your dog’s teeth clean and healthy. Chewing on bones can help remove tartar and plaque, reducing the risk of dental diseases such as periodontal disease. Always feed bones under supervision and NEVER feed cooked bones!
  6. Better weight management:
    Raw dog food is a more natural diet for dogs and can help maintain a healthy weight. This is because the diet is high in protein and low in carbohydrates, which can help regulate your dog’s metabolism. Often, overweight dogs lose weight and dogs who struggle to gain weight gain weight!
  7. Fewer allergies and intolerances:
    Many dogs suffer from allergies and intolerances to certain ingredients often found in their processed food. Raw dog food is a great alternative to Kibble or wet food and can usually help alleviate these issues.
  8. Reduced risk of cancer:
    Raw dog food is high in natural antioxidants, which can help reduce the risk of cancer in dogs.
  9. Increased lifespan:
    Feeding your dog a raw dog food diet can lead to a longer and healthier life. This is because fresh raw food provides your dog with the essential nutrients they need to thrive! Not only this but they will be mentally happier dogs from the first bowl
  10. Better behaviour:
    A raw dog food diet can lead to improved behaviour in dogs. For one, the diet provides them with the energy they need to play and exercise, thus reducing a dog’s boredom and in turn, any potentially destructive behaviour.
    In addition, they will be more satisfied on a belly full of fresh food and will be able to focus better in training and in general.
  11. A happier dog:
    Lastly, feeding your dog raw dog food can lead to a happier dog! This is because the diet provides them with the essential nutrients they need to thrive, leading to improved health and overall wellbeing.


Feeding your dog fresh raw dog food is a great way to provide them with a natural and healthy diet. The benefits are clear, from improved digestion to a happier dog. So why not give it a try?

Email or call us now. We can walk/talk you through the steps on the exciting path/road to a healthier dog and a happier you!

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