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Let’s face it. Most veterinarians do not think you should feed raw. I get it – it’s not for everyone. The main objections veterinarians have are:
But raw feeding is not for everyone. I’ll go through the reasons why.
Raw feeding isn’t for the faint of heart. You can easily feed your dog wrong by just feeding ground meat or some chicken.
Kibble is easy. It’s easy because you can open up a bag, and in one scoop, your dog is fed.
Ultimately, you are in charge of the dog that is looking up at you, and you can make your own choice on what and how to feed them.
Your dog cannot speak for themselves. You have to advocate for them and ask the questions as well as do the research.
What may have worked for my own dog, may not work for yours.
The journey to nourish your dog with real food will take some time.
Be vigilant in keeping a health diary and monitor your dog’s health markers. Track the condition of their:
Ultimately, your dog’s health markers will give you a clear indication of whether or not you are on the right path.
Let your dog and their health determine what’s best for them.
Thank you for reading this far, dear friends. To your own dog’s health and happiness. Best of luck in your information-seeking journey.
Hello, my name is Hannah, and learning about Boston Terriers and canine nutrition has become my life’s work.
As a certified Canine Nutritionist, I turn to food to keep my dogs vibrant and healthy and prefer to raise them and myself naturally.
I started this blog because there isn’t enough space to write on our Instagram.
My mission is to equip Boston Terrier owners and dog owners alike with the knowledge I have so that your dog will live a longer life and better health.
I have two dogs Maggie and Orbit who have both suffered from allergies and yeast infections but are now healthy, thriving and symptom free.