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The benefits of Raw Food & Natural Treats

Today we’d like to let you know all about the benefits of  raw foods & natural treats.

Nutriment and Natural Instinct have based their recipes on the BARF philosophy that domesticated dogs still have the same dietary requirements as their wild ancestors. That means the foods contain plenty of meat with minimal carbs and are, above all, RAW!

We  should point out that not everyone agrees with this notion. We believe that dogs are incredibly versatile animals and can thrive on all sorts of diets whether they are cooked, raw or anywhere in-between, but whether or not you buy into their philosophy, nobody can deny the quality of Nutriment and Natural Instincts ingredients.

Each of the adult varieties contains a whopping 75 -85% high grade, British meat. Where the whole carcass isn’t being used, they even state exactly which parts of the animal are being incorporated removing any room for doubt. Organ meats and raw green tripe are excellent, highly nutritious meat choices. Of course, so much meat inevitably means a high protein level which may ring alarm bells with some dog owners but it’s important to remember that when it comes to protein, quality is much more important than quantity and as long as it is from good meat sources, high protein should not be a cause for concern for healthy dogs.

With most high-end foods, this is where you would find details of the carbohydrate content but they are not only grain free, it also doesn’t contain any carb alternatives like potatoes, lentils or even peas. Instead, they use an excellent array of top-end vegetables to provide a whole host of natural nutrients without the usual starchy accompaniment.

Naturally, they are free from anything remotely controversial and is completely hypoallergenic making it suitable for even very sensitive dogs.

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  • Thursday, May 28th, 2015