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Biologically appropriate raw feeding

With this natural way of feeding, the dog is fed only raw meat, fish, tripe, bones, eggs, vegetables, fruits, herbs, minerals and oils. It is also possible to feed grains, but this is not necessary and in our opinion an unnecessary source of calories.

With BARF you know what you are feeding your dog, it only gets what it needs and no unnecessary waste, as is the case with most ready-made feeds. In addition, if the dog has a health problem, you can approach the problem better with BARF than with ready-made food, regardless of whether it is allergic, overweight or underweight, epilepsy, liver problems, thyroid problems, coat and skin problems, joint problems, etc.

With the right BARF plan, especially when growing, you can guarantee that the dog gets everything it needs.

Contrary to some opinions, BARF does not make the dog aggressive, but rather more balanced, since it only gets high-quality proteins, which can massively influence the behavior of the dog.

BARFing is also not more expensive than feeding ready-made food, on the contrary it is rather cheaper if you compare it with "quality" ready-made food.

It's also not super complicated and no science. There are now many BARF books or nutritionists that you can use to create a plan.

If you prepare the BARF for a longer period of time, it will of course take some time, but of course you can also simply take the components out of the freezer, let them thaw and put them together in the bowl, which does not make the whole thing more complex than ready-made food.

Since the dog often cannot digest ready-made food well, it lays large and smelly piles, which is not the case with BARF. the droppings are minimized to the slightest and usually hardly smell at all. The dog also loses the typical "dog smell" and practically no longer smells at all.

BARFing is based on the eating behavior of the wolf. Nature is imitated as best as possible. Here everything is fed from the prey that the dog likes. Muscle meat, innards, fat, tripe, skin, blood, bones, fish, even fur if it likes it, and the stomach contents of the prey are also imitated by feeding them pureed fruit and vegetables. In addition, he gets OMEGA 3-6-9 OIL and seaweed meal for the iodine balance. If required, you can feed other additives for joints, muscles, fur, skin, parasite defense and whatever else there is. You can also feed them some cottage cheese, which they usually like to eat.

The amount of food for adult dogs is 2-3% of the body weight, depending on activity and metabolism. The requirement is higher for pregnant and lactating bitches. The requirement is also higher for young dogs and is around 7% of their body weight.

Feeding harder bones, such as Veal breast, is also a natural toothbrush for the dog and thus prevents tartar.

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