Dr B's Natural Raw Pet Food
Turkey for cats
Why Go Raw?
- Blood and organ meat provide vitamins and other nutrients in their natural form. Molecules in their cell's nuclei produce the "glandular effect" which helps maintain healthy organ tissues.
- Green tripe supplies concentrated amounts of whole-food vitamins, probiotics (bacteria that are crucial to gastrointestinal health), digestive enzymes, amino acids, and other phytonutrients.
- Bone meal (lead and cadmium free) provides calcium to balance the diet.
- Garlic helps cleanse the body of parasites.
- Raw eggs improve coat and skin quality.
Animals gain energy, look healthier, feel happier, and live longer when they switch to raw. We have improved cases with cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and food-related allergies just by raw diet alone!
Dr B's Raw Diet has quality ingredients!* All-natural and organic
* Known sources of the finest ingredients
* No additives or fillers
* 100% grain free
* Easy to feed burgers, tubes, and cat cups
* Each batch is production tested
How to feed Dr. Buchoff's raw diet:
- Defrost for 24 hours. After waiting for the food to warm up to room temperature, add the supplements and mix in thoroughly. Then place the food down and stand back while your pet enjoys!
How much to feed:
- Feed all that your pet will eat in 10 minutes, once or twice a day.
- After a few months, your pet will likely eat half or less than the amount it started with because the cells will have been filled up with the nutrients they need.
- When feeding raw diet for the first time, wean your dog for 5-10 days.
- When feeding raw diet for the first time, wean your cat 2-4 weeks.
If raw is not an option, here are supplements our veterinarians suggest you add to processed foods:
- A whole food vitamin-mineral-phytonutrient supplement such as Flying Basset Daily Maintenance Nutritional Complex®
- Flying Basset Animal Aloe® (Warning: NOT for pregnant animals)
- Flying Basset ProAnimal Probiotic®
- Flying Basset Digestive Enzyme Complex®
*The most important consideration is to avoid grains. Grains such as wheat, wheat gluten, corn, or soy are common allergens in canines and felines. Most commercial dog food consists of poor quality harmful ingredients due to low legal standards. We suggest researching for better quality foods and reputable sources. It has been estimated that at least 90% of diseases are diet related. Good nutrition is the best medicine you can give to your pets!