What are the most important nutrients for dogs and cats? Why do they need supplements?
We answer this by referring to the top three health issues that affect our pets today.
Dental Disease: Dental problems, including periodontal disease, gingivitis, and tooth decay, are extremely common in dogs. Poor dental health can lead to pain, infection, and even systemic health issues. Natural raw food, whole raw foods and regular provision of raw meaty bones, is crucial to prevent dental disease.
Skin Issues: Skin problems in dogs can manifest in various forms, including allergies, hot spots, fungal or bacterial infections, and parasites like fleas and ticks. Allergies, both food and environmental, are particularly common and can cause itching, rashes, and hair loss.
Gastrointestinal Disorders: Gastrointestinal problems, such as diarrhea, vomiting, and gastroenteritis, are common in dogs. These issues can result from various causes, including dietary indiscretion (eating something they shouldn't), dietary allergies, infections, and more. Maintaining a healthy diet, avoiding toxic substances can help prevent some of these issues
A balanced and complete raw food diet is sufficient to maintain your pet's health just as it sustains their wild and ancestral relatives in the wild and has done so for millenia. By raw food we specifcially refer to wild or naturally free ranged produce as factory farmed, tinned or semi process "raw" is highly deficient in nutrients.