What is the conclusion on raw feeding?
As long as you stick to the feeding guidelines for ProDog Raw you will only see benefits to your dog’s health. Dogs that are already fed ProDog Raw have increased vitality, a more stable temperament, better teeth and gums, noticeably shiny coats, healthy skin and shed less. A huge benefit to feeding raw is a […]
Will raw food make my dog aggressive or bloodthirsty?
Wrong. A raw diet does not make a dog aggressive. On the contrary, it is full of pure, fresh and natural ingredients that will help your dog achieve a more stable temperament. Many products such as kibble and tinned dog foods are full of intensively processed meat, derivatives and additives that should not be part […]
Is the bacteria in raw food harmful to my dog?
A popular myth when it comes to raw food is that it might contain bacteria that are harmful to dogs. Our food is DEFRA approved, manufactured in a clean and healthy environment and we only use premium quality, human-grade meat. Each batch of food we make is specifically tested for both Salmonella and E.coli as […]
Are raw food diets balanced?
ProDog Raw is designed to give a dog everything they need for a nutritionally balanced diet. Our “complete” range consists of 80% meat (incl. 10% bone content unless otherwise stipulated) and 20% vegetables. We also include superfoods and flaxseed oil, cod liver oil and virgin coconut oil. We have options with offal, or without, depending […]
Is bone harmful to dogs?
Cooked bone can be harmful if ingested by a dog as it becomes brittle and can splinter. Raw bone, however does not splinter like cooked bones do and is extremely beneficial to dogs as it aids with digestion, promotes a healthy stool and is also fantastic for fresh breath and strong, clean teeth.
Are raw diets expensive?
Most manufacturers of kibble recommend feeding your dog an average of around 250-300g per day for a 20kg (medium-sized-adult) dog. The same dog needs roughly 400g – 450g of raw per day. If you work it out on a cost comparison, a raw diet is actually cheaper. You can see our cost comparison here.