Dogs on a raw food diet will face less health problems both in their
present state and in the long run when compared to their kibble fed
(or other dog diets) counterparts.
When buying raw food for dogs, be sure to shop in the right
quantities, which is how much you can store giving your freezer or
refrigerator space. Keep in mind that different dog foods have varying
shelf lives. Fresh vegetables lasts about a week and frozen meats
lasts three to six months in the freezer, depending on the kind of
If you would like to store vegetables for longer periods of time,
you can create a vegetable slosh in bulk and freeze it in the
portions that you will be feeding your dog.
When feeding puppies, keep in mind that they will need a higher
percentage of protein in their diet compared to fully grown dogs
because they’re at a critical growth stage. Puppies will eat about
four times a day in their first three months. Afterwards you can
switch to fewer feedings.
Older or fully grown dogs will eat less often than puppies, but if
they are very active, they will need more feedings or a higher
percentage of protein as well. It is important to keep details
like these in mind when buying raw food for pets so that you know
how much of each kind of dog food to buy.
For more details like these, a good place to get more information
is from the ebook ‘Going Rawr! Dog Lovers Compendium’ Its author,
Maggie Rhines, shows you exactly how to choose raw food for dogs,
as well as proper methods of storage and preparation. For more
information click HERE.