If pets could order, they would never turn down sushi or steak tartare. That’s because cats and dogs crave the nutrition in raw meat, just like their ancestors in the wild.
BENEFITS INSIDE AND OUT.
Raw food hasn’t been cooked or processed (or in some cases, processed as little as possible), so it retains all of its nutrients. That extra goodness means you’ll notice differences like less itchiness, a shinier coat, better dental health, more energy and lots of enthusiasm — even picky eaters love it!
THE PROOF IS IN THE POOPS.
The high acidity of dog and cat stomachs allows them to fully digest meat and bones, unlike the fillers in processed food. This results in much less poop to scoop.
IT ISN’T ALL OR NOTHING — FIND WHAT WORKS FOR YOUR BUDGET.
Getting as much raw food into your pet’s diet as possible is the goal, but you can supplement with dry food or even just feed raw as a topper or a treat. Adding an ounce of raw to your pet’s food bowl can cost as little as $.50 per day, depending on the brand and product you choose.