A practical introduction to the trend towards feeding dogs in a natural and species-appropriate way
With the debate raging about the most appropriate way to feed man's best friend, more and more dog owners are realizing that feeding raw meat, combined with fresh vegetables and oils, is a cheaper and--more importantly--healthier alternative to dry dog food and canned meat. Some of the positive effects of this diet can be seen in healthy skin, a glossy coat, less body and mouth odor, and a strong immune system. The author explains the raw food diet for dogs in a clear and practical way, demonstrating a daily routine, describing the ingredients, and dispelling the prejudices. Practical shopping lists are also compiled, describing meats that are especially beneficial for dogs and keeping at the ready negative lists of harmful substances that should be avoided in the grocery store. Suitability for daily use and practical relevance are in the foreground, making the raw food diet easy for anybody to manage.