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Why Feed Raw?

  • Peace of mind that you are feeding a species appropriate diet.
  • Fur becomes thicker and more shiny.
  • Promotes lean and well-toned bodies.
  • Can lessen vet visits (Please ensure that you take them for annual check-ups though)
  • Stools can become smaller and definitely smell less.
A species appropriate diet
Feeding your furry friend a balanced raw diet, is feeding your pet what they were designed to eat. Humans have been selectively breeding dogs and cats to look a certain way, or to perform certain task for thousands of years, but internally they remain relatively unchanged.

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About Furry Foodies

Josh, our loveable Staffie, is our inspiration on this journey…

And so it began, a sickly pet and numerous visits to the vet. To the point that the Vets said there was really nothing more they could do to help Josh! We were desperate. After many late nights spent reading numerous articles on pet health, we found grain free pellets. We had few options so we tried and success! Josh started to get better! However, we still felt that we could do better for Josh, and we spent more late nights reading up on pet nutrition. We then found out about “Feeding Raw” and decided to give it a try.

It was the best decision we ever made!

How Much to Feed

General guideline;

  • Dogs eat 2-3% of their expected adult weight.
  • Cats eat about 3% of the adult weight.

Each brand of food will have a feeding recommendation on the packaging as well.

It is possible for your furry friend to become overweight on a raw diet, just like on any other food, please be sure to monitor your dog or cat to make sure they maintain a healthy weight.

Being overweight puts extreme strain on their joints, and can cause serious health issues later on.

If you are concerned about your furry friend’s weight please speak to your vet.