Can I make my own pet food?
Yes, we can direct you to the guides to make your own homemade raw, homemade cooked, or combination of both. In either case a balanced ratio of nutrients is the key to success.
I’m concerned about feeding my dog/cat raw food because of salmonella and other bacteria from raw food?
Dogs and cats’ digestive systems are radically different from ours. In nature they eat ONLY raw (uncooked) animals and plants. Animals have such a keen sense of smell and typically won’t eat food that has turned bad. They also have the ability to eat partially decayed foods that would be unfit for people. The correct somewhat fermented foods help build a strong microbiome.
I don’t have time to make homemade food and there are so many foods out there I’m overwhelmed and don’t know what to choose?
We’ll share with you food sources that have proven themselves over and over again and changed the health of our clients’ pets as well as ours.
What does the BARF acronym stand for?
Biologically Appropriate Raw Food. Dr Ian Billinghurst is recognized as the “Father” of “RAW” and the founder of the BARF (Biologically appropriate Raw Food) Diet. We have followed the BARF principles for over 15 years and have first hand seen and experienced the results and benefits. We would not ever go back to commercial pet food, dry kibble, heated, highly processed, denatured kibble.