What our dogs eat, like what we eat, greatly affects our quality of life. Descendent from wolves, domestic dogs have similar nutritional requirements. Dogs need protein, fat, vitamins, minerals like calcium and phosphorus, and water; and they should avoid foods like sugar, grains, yeast and chocolate. Species appropriate foods ensure optimum health and wellness.

Learn more about dog health, nutrition and raw food diets through these sources:

The B.A.R.F (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) Diet – Ian Billinghurst 
Give Your Dog A Bone – Ian Billinghurst 
Grow Your Pup with Bones – Ian Billinghurst 
Canine Nutrition & Choosing the Best Food for your Breed of Dog – William D. Cusick
The Nature of Animal Healing – Martin Goldstein, DVM 
Food Pets Die For – Ann Martin 
Raw Dog Food – Carina MacDonald
The Holistic Guide for Healthy Dogs – Wendy Volhard & Kerry Brown, DVM


The Top 50 questions about Raw Diets

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Why Mixing Kibble & Raw is a bad idea.

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The Nutritional Requirements of Exercising Dogs, The Journal of Nutrition

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