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Kibble has been marketed as “dog food” only since 1956. . . 

and though nothing could be further from the truth, it's now a multi-billion dollar industry. But as dog  owners come to understand that kibble is not species-appropriate nutrition for their beloved dogs, the pet food industry is doing its best to scare owners away from feeding raw by engaging veterinarians and "experts" to promote a variety of myths and fictions. Today the airways are flooded with dietary recommendations for our pets paid for by kibble manufacturers

Myths & Fictions about feeding raw:

"Raw meals are dangerous to you and your pet because raw meat contains pathogens".

Fact: Raw meat can contain pathogens, the same pathogens you’re exposed to if you fry a burger, grill a steak or handle any raw meat. So, be sure to wipe down your countertops and wash your hands after serving raw meals. Logic should tell you that an animal that eats poop (talk about pathogens) can safely eat raw meat.

"Dogs are omnivores".

Fact: The only food our pets get are the foods we feed them. So, even kibble can be better than not eating at all. If you’ve read any labels on commercial "raw meals" you know that the ingredients are labeled, "crude". Worse, the majority of commercial dog food brands are primarily rice or pasta and unfermented vegetables. Canines don't have the enzymes to breakdown cellulose or carbohydrates. And, as any smart mother knows; if you want to see how your "baby" is doing on the meals you provide, check their stool. A canine’s perfect stool should look like firm donut holes, not mushy Tootsie Rolls or soft serve ice cream. An ideal stool is produced by a diet of raw muscle, secreting organs, bone, marrow and fermented plants.

"Feeding a dog raw meat will give it worms".

Fact: Worms are not native to raw meat. If raw meat is infested with worms, either the livestock was attacked by parasites prior to being harvested or the harvested meat was left uncovered, attracting flies or other pests that lay their eggs in animal protein.

"Salmonella and e-coli infections are the result of a raw diet".

Fact: Salmonella and e-coli infections in livestock are the result of feeding grains, like corn, to animals that evolved eating grasses. It’s a key reason why factory-farmed cattle are given antibiotics. Feeding your pet the muscle or organs of factory-farmed animals regularly, will reduce it's immunity to all infections. For that same reason, informed consumers purchase 100% grass-fed, antibiotic-free meats for themselves.

"Raw meat will make a dog bloodthirsty"

Fact: Raw meals contain the blood of the livestock used, but they will not turn a domesticated dog into a feral beast.

Click here to reveal The (complete) Current Myth List . . . 

RAwsome Meals are optimized for healthy dogs and may not be suitable for dogs with underlying health issues or on medication. 

For dietary advice specific to your pet, consult a nutrition-trained vet.

RAwsome Meals produced by H.F. Meats, Inc. for Carnivore Feast. Copyright 2020-2021 by Carnivore Feast