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Health benefits of RAW Feeding

Scottie running to dinner

Health benefits of raw feeding your Scottie:

Natural food equals natural health and helps provide the essential building blocks of a strong immune system!

After just a few weeks of rawfeeding you will start to see an improvement in their health. After a few months the benefits are incredible and the list of health benefits are endless!! Here’s just some of the benefits I’ve experienced with my Scotties:

  • They enjoy their food and look forward to meal times with excitement.

  • It is creating a stronger, healthier immune system so more resistance to disease and ill-health – which means cheaper vet costs, if any.

  • Shiny healthy coats.

  • Sweet smelling skin (no doggy smell) – I never bath my dogs.

  • Pearly white teeth, healthy gums and sweet breath (no tooth decay, or periodontal disease, therefore no infection on the gums and no bacteria swallowed with every gulp of saliva, this in turns leads to...... reduced chances of heart, kidney and liver disease.)

  • Better concentration with commands and less hyperactive yet more energy.

  • Easier to keep at the right weight.

  • Better muscle tone.

  • Smaller poops.

  • More mental stimulation eating dinner when they have to figure out how to attack it – helps to stop boredom.

  • No parasites (I don't use any flea preventatives, I use dietary supplements instead and my dogs never have fleas, as fleas/ticks like unhealthy bodies) so no need for harmful neurotoxins for flea/tick control.

  • No need for harmful chemical dewormers again due to the added health from raw food and the use of ground pumpkin seeds and coconut; worms are prevented by the healthy immune system.

  • No metabolic problems

  • It's cheaper in the short run if you buy wisely

  • It’s cheaper in the long run as vet bills are dramatically reduced - in over 4 years of rawfeeding I've never needed a vet.

In general dogs that eat raw are more balanced. Even their characters improve. Any raw feeder that has switched from commercial will tell you this.

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