Key Points about the raw diets for your dogs and cats!

Posted by barbara ratner on

Key points on raw diets

 

  • Boosting the immune system
  • Living enzymes
  • Moisture contest
  • Better skin and coat
  • Consistent poops
  • No digestive issues
  • More energy
  • Smoother skin and coat
  • Weight loss if necessary

 

What is the difference with raw

and freeze dried ?

The primary difference is the moisture content.

 

What is a Freeze Dried diet? Have you tried freeze dried food for your dogs?

What is the freeze dried process?

The freeze-drying process is one of the best ways to get every little nutrient out of the food. The method does not require high temperatures, which will keep the food in its most nutritious state.

Are fresh meats, fruits and veggies good for my dogs and cats?

Dogs and cats should be eating fresh meats, fruits and veggies. Compare that to dry kibble which is cooked at high temperature and looses all of its integrity!

 

Did you know that Freeze drying retains 97% of original vitamins & minerals for your pets.

Why are enzymes important for my dogs and cats?

 

Feeding your pet supplemental enzymes may not only boost digestion, but can also spark improved cellular function throughout his body. Supplemental enzymes can also help with tissue and cellular structure.

Most importantly, supplemental enzymes take care the load off your pet's body to produce enzymes, unleashing a tremendous boost to his natural health.

What are some examples of living enzymes?

 

Beef Muscle Meat, Raw Meaty Bones and Organ Meat: Rich in B-complex vitamins • High in zinc • Rich in iron • Natural source of essential amino acids • Provides essential fatty acids • Rich in manganese, selenium and potassium • Natural source of bio-available calcium

PORK

 

 

Pork Muscle Meat, Raw Meaty Bones and Organ Meat: High protein with low saturated fat • Rich in the trace mineral selenium • Rich in B vitamin niacin • Rich in vitamin B6 • Rich in iron • Natural source of bio-available calcium, glucosamine and chondroitin

 

 

QUAIL

 

 

RABBIT

Rabbit Muscle Meat, Raw Meaty Bones and Organ Meat: Low in saturated fat • Rich in selenium • Rich in B vitamin niacin • Rich in vitamin B6 • Natural source of bio-available calcium, glucosamine and chondroitin

 

 

SALMON OIL AND SARDINE OIL IS USED in all of our raw diets  

 

Salmon: Provides essential amino acids • Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids

 

Sardine: Rich in vitamin B12, selenium and Omega-3 fatty acids • Rich source of vitamin D

 

 

TURKEY

Turkey Muscle Meat, Organ Meat and Neck Bones: Rich in the trace mineral selenium • Rich in B vitamin niacin • Rich in vitamin B3 & B6 • Natural source of bio-available calcium, glucosamine and chondroitin

 

Venison Muscle Meat, Organ Meat and Neck Bones: Low in saturated fat • Rich in minerals iron, selenium, zinc and copper • Rich in vitamins B3, B6 and B12 • Natural source of bio-available calcium, glucosamine and chondroitin

 

Our pet foods utilize standard proteins like beef, chicken, lamb, pork, and turkey, and novel proteins like duck, pheasant, quail, rabbit, and venison. Because novel/exotic proteins aren’t usually found in pet foods like standard proteins are, they can be a great option for pets with allergies or sensitivities. Our proteins are all single-source proteins, with the exception of Feline Beef & Salmon Formula, Feline Chicken & Salmon Formula, and Canine Turkey & Sardine Formula.

 

 

 

 

https://primalpetfoods.com/blogs/news/4-ways-to-restore-your-pet-s-gut-health


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