A Layperson's Guide to Learning about Raw Feeding by Jane Anderson
Some starting questions to identify our current position
The truth, however, is far from that.
There is no such thing as a "natural" kibble. There is no such thing as a "holistic" kibble. There is no such thing as a "premium" or "quality" kibble. All are inappropriate for your dog. None come even close to being a worthy substitute for an appropriate raw diet for your animal.
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Don't sit back any longer and let your vet try and sell you a product which is not good for your dog or cat. Do not allow a person with supposed "expert" knowledge who has not taken the time and energy to learn for themselves about appropriate canine nutrition, to sell you an offensive product like commercial pet foods.
For the most part, many vets don't mean to get it wrong. You don't have to be angry with them. Merely forgive them for their lack of knowledge, and go and find a better educated vet, or at least one who encourages you to follow your own learning path. My vet, while being a technical expert, doesn't recommend a raw diet to the majority of his patients, but 100% supports my choices.
. And if you have made the mistake of feeding commercial pet foods, look at the avenues of learning now you have before you, to rectify such errors. Your dog or cat, deserves as much.
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