Many people have argued that because dogs have been eating domesticated food for many centuries, their internal digestive systems have evolved to this type of food and introducing raw meat into your dog's diet will be dangerous. That assumption holds no water. Wild dogs and domesticated ones share the same metabolism. As a matter of fact, domesticated dogs rarely use up many of their wild life features. A dogs jaws and teeth were not meant to eat dry dog foods, they were designed to rip off flesh and cracking of bones. Same like it's forefathers the wolves. Introducing Raw meat t your dog will not do anything bad to it's digestive system, in fact it's system may just thank you for it.
Documented Benefits Of Feeding Your Dog Raw Meat
Some Risk Of Feeding Your Dog Raw Meat
- Unbalanced Diet:- Animals have a natural instinct of what their bodies need. If the animal needs vegetation, it would have been birth an herbivore. Besides, you as the pet owner can mix and match your dogs diet.
- Potential for whole bones choking and doing internal damage: Who says you should give the Dog bones?
- Bacteria From Raw Meat:Your dog's digestive system was made to handle meat bacteria. As long as you do not feed your dog rotting meat, it should be OK.
If you have been following up all the activities that has been going on in the past and recently. You would have known about the many risk associated with processed dogs food. Many processed dog foods have had recalls because of high level of dangerous substances that are found in them. Substances which may even lead to the death of an animal that feeds from these processed foods. Food poisoning bacteria - Salmonella and Listeria are the main cause in processed dog foods.
Types Of raw meat Recommended
- Organs and Intestines
- Muscle Meat
- Grind Bones
Raw meat is natural to your dog. If you want to maintain your dogs current diet of processed foods you can do so and add raw meat to his dish along with the processed foods. You will definitely see a difference in your dog's skin, coat, and energy level. Which all indicates that your dog's health has been improved.