Mixing Raw & Dry Food

Looking to switch up your dog food to include more raw ingredients? Great idea! Doing so could lead to a happier, healthier pooch! How? Let’s find out!
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The right dry dog food will provide your dog with an adequate amount of nutrients to keep them performing at their best. Our dog food range, for example, includes ingredients that assist in maintaining general health while promoting a shiny coat and healthy skin. 

Pet owners might be looking to change things up to include raw ingredients simply to better the taste, or perhaps due to health concerns. Either way, we’ve got you covered. First off, ensure that the addition of fresh food doesn’t exceed 20% of their daily intake. 

Organic and/or lean red meats are high in lean protein, vitamins, and minerals and so, are an ideal addition to their bowl. Food that’s high in essential fatty acids like fish, eggs, and certain shellfish are great for providing energy, promoting brain health, and reducing heart disease. Antioxidants are just as impressive! They’re normally found in fruit like blackberries and blueberries, but also eggplant, beetroot, and red cabbage. 

Before adjusting your dog’s diet it’s important to consult a vet who will be able to advise you on the best approach. Once you’ve made the switch, it’s then important to monitor their weight to prevent obesity and the health problems that could potentially follow. 
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