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The Benefits of Fresh Food Feeding your Dog

Join the revolution! More and more pet parents are discovering the vitality-boosting benefits of raw food diets for their fuzzy friends. Why? Because the raw food regime is a vibrant, natural alternative to the overly processed commercial pet foods crowding the market. If you're committed to nourishing your family with wholesome, balanced meals, why not extend that love to your pets? Plus, let’s face it, dogs relish a good raw feast!

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So, let's dive into the health perks that come with raw feeding:

Rock-Solid Bones & Joints: Bones for bones – it's as simple as that! Real crushed bones are nature's treasure trove of calcium, phosphorus, glucosamine, chondroitin, collagen and marrow. Imagine these nutrients collaborating for your puppy's robust growth and for preserving your dog's bone and joint health throughout their lifetime.

Ironclad Immunity: A strong immune system is a pet’s best line of defence against infections. Offer them a balanced, nutritious diet that's easy to digest and watch their immune system flourish. Think raw meat for high-quality proteins, essential fats, vitamins, and minerals. Remember, fresh fruits and vegetables for a cocktail of vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, and enzymes. And don’t forget the superfoods like wheatgrass, kelp, and garlic for an extra immunity boost.

Lustrous Coats & Healthy Skin: Omega-3 fatty acids in raw diets are the secret behind your pet's soft, shiny coat and healthy skin. They also come with anti-inflammatory perks, perfect for pets with allergies or skin issues. Salmon, sardines and green-lipped mussel supplements are your go-to sources for these fatty acids.

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Dazzling Dental Health: Raw, meaty bones are nature's toothbrush for dogs, helping cleanse those hard-to-reach spots and remove plaque. For minty-fresh breath, add celery and occasionally peppermint to their diet.

Less Smelly Stools: Pets on a raw food diet have smaller, less smelly stools because their bodies absorb more nutrients and produce less waste. Carbohydrates and fillers like soy, corn, and rice in commercial pet foods aren't fully absorbed, leading to bulkier and smellier stools.

Revitalised Reproductive Health: A 2009 study with Queensland Guide Dogs revealed raw diets lead to healthier pups, more dogs per litter, and improved health in breeding dogs.

Decreased Body Odour: Anecdotal evidence from the raw feeding community suggests that a raw diet may reduce pet body odour.

Each day, I hear heart-warming stories from pet parents who've witnessed these benefits firsthand. If you're intrigued by the health benefits of a raw diet or are considering the switch, feel free to reach out to me. I’m here to help your pet embark on a journey towards a healthier, raw-some life!

Check out our Fresh Food Mentorship to get you on the right track.

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