Raw Feeding Diarrhea & Vomiting: When is it a problem?
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If you’re thinking about transitioning to a raw dog food diet for your furry friend, there are some things you should know. A healthy dog should be able to adapt to a raw dog food diet within a week. The best way to do this is by gradually increasing the proportion of raw dog food in your dog’s daily diet while still offering a balanced diet.
The meats and organs in raw dog food are a great source of protein for your dog. Always select cuts with as little fat as possible. It’s also important to keep in mind that raw meat is rich in hormones and enzymes that your dog needs to stay healthy. Uncooked raw bones are also an excellent source of protein for your dog. However, you must be careful not to give your dog large bones, as they can easily get stuck in their digestive tract.
In order to avoid food-borne illnesses, you should be sure to wash your dog’s utensils thoroughly after each use. Also, make sure the bowl is made of stainless steel, as other materials, like porcelain or plastic, can trap bacteria and germs. Raw food is an excellent alternative to traditional food, but it can be tricky for beginners.
Ground beef can also be added to the Super Cube. Ground beef, organs, and duck heads can be added to the food mix. These ingredients can make it easy for your dog to digest. When combined with a grain-free dog food, it’s easy to make a delicious meal for your dog.