Features May 2007 Issue

Create a Nutritious Raw Dog Food Diet

Formulate and prepare a home-made canine diet that includes raw meaty bones.

Countless dog owners have witnessed the benefits of feeding their dogs a home-prepared diet, such as cleaner teeth, brighter eyes, thicker and glossier coats, more lean muscle and less body fat, and better energy level hyper dogs often become calmer, while couch potatoes may become more energetic. Most of us who feed a raw dog food diet to our dogs include whole raw meaty bones (RMBs), animal parts that are at least half meat but also include bone that is fully (or mostly) consumed.

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