RAW MEAT WILL MAKE MY DOG BLOOD-THIRSTY
Again, not true. There is plentiful evidence showing herding breeds peaceably coexisting with the animals they herd without even attempting to harm them. All the while being fed raw meats from the very animals they guard. Dogs chase because they’re hardwired to do so, not because they are bloodthirsty. Raw food won’t change this.
BONES ARE DANGEROUS FOR DOGS TO CHEW ON
Yes, cooked bones are, in fact, dangerous for dogs. They can splinter very easily and injure your dog’s mouth or throat. And if you feed them too small of a bone, they can choke. Raw bones, however, rarely splinter, are fully digestible, and actually, provide your pup with much-needed calcium!
It is possible for some problems to occur when your dog chews on raw bones, but none of these issues are any less common to occur when your dog eats kibble food or other bones you’ll find at your pet store!
While you may be weirded out by feeding your pup raw food, don’t disregard it because it’s uncomfortable to keep in your kitchen. And don’t believe the myths you hear without researching first! Raw food is good for your dog and they’ll enjoy it a lot more than their dry, kibble foods. It tends to result in shinier coats, healthier skin, cleaner teeth, and higher energy levels!