Are you feeding your pet the best?🤔
--------------------------------------------------------------- Disease in dogs and cats is spreading at an alarming rate. 1 in 2 dogs will get cancer. 1 in 3 cats will get kidney disease. It wasn't always like this. Dry food, also called Kibble, was only invented 63 years ago in 1956. 🤯
Dogs and cats have been around much much longer, so what did they eat before?
They survived off table scraps and rodents, cats were even mostly kept around to feed on pesky mice!🐁 Feeding raw isn't new, kibble is! Once highly processed and extruded kibble was popularized as the only way to properly feed your pet did health issues start to rise dramatically.
Kidney & Liver disease
Immune system failure
All of these diseases can be better prevented with a raw food diet. 🥩
Dogs and cats are designed to absorb their moisture through food, not a separate water source, since in the wild that is not always available. The moisture content of most dry foods is barely 10%. Most raw food is 70%. This goes a long way in preventing kidney&liver disease because those organs do not need to work as hard to digest it.
In order to create a shelf stable product, you need to add a lot of starch🥔 in order for it to hold its shape. Unfortunately for our pets, this is also difficult on their system. The average carb rate of dry food is 30-50%. Carbs, or starch, turns to sugar in their bodies which of course leads to weight gain, pancreatitis, diabetes, cancer, etc.
That is why feeding a food low in carbs is essential for our pets to live long and healthy lives.
We have learned a lot since the 50s including the healthiest and most efficient way to feed your pets! No more table scraps, no more cereal!
You can spend hundreds of dollars per month at the vet monitoring their levels, buying "prescription" food, putting them through tests and labs, or you could spend a little extra on a fresh whole raw food diet. 🥬🥦🥩Fresh whole food is what every creature is designed to eat so why are we depriving our best friends from the best food? - 0 seconds