Features April 2006 Issue

Feeding a Raw Dog Food Diet Takes Experience

Commercial frozen foods make feeding a “natural” raw foods diet easy.

Many of us would like to feed our dogs a biologically appropriate raw diet, but lack the time and experience to ensure that the menu is complete and balanced. Frozen commercial diets are the answer. Despite what many makers of conventional canned or dry pet foods would have you believe, raw diets for dogs are not a modern fad, but a return to the dog’s not-so-distant past.

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