Did you know that dog food kibble was invented by James Spratt, an electrician? While he fancied himself a nutritionist, he really was just hungry for money. Read here to find out how the kibble industry has brainwashed us, and why raw food is the best food for our dogs.
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New puppy owners are faced with many decisions, and often one of the most perplexing is choosing the right puppy food. Throughout my career, I’ve seen puppies start out on “life stage” processed puppy food and the health conditions that have resulted, and I’ve also helped countless clients raise their new pups on a natural raw or cooked diet and have seen the benefits first-hand. Learn why vets often recommend kibble, along with 15 myths around puppy food that will help you choose the right food for your pup for a long and healthy life.
Click here to read the story of a two legged dog on two wheels; why tennis balls are dangerous for dogs; how ball chucking tools cause many injuries; why prong collars are dangerous; and why kibble is the food that creates disease.
I know that your dog's health and well-being is your top priority and so today I am sharing a few key tips on how to give your dog a healthier, happier and longer life. Here you will learn how you can protect your dog from unnecessary vaccines, procedures and drugs, as well as, how to make the transition from kibble to raw or cooked food easy.
When I am in a dog park or on the street and see a dog, it only takes two seconds for me to recognize a kibble fed dog from the one that eats raw or cooked wholesome food. What do you do when you meet a dog fed kibble? I'm sharing 6 steps to start the raw and cooked diet conversation.