Raw is Right
Why feed your dogs Raw Dog Food?
It’s close to what they’d eat in the wild. They’ve eaten raw meat for thousands of years. It’s only in the last century that we’ve routinely given them corn, wheat, soy, rice, and other fillers. Their digestive systems are not adapted to eating so much plant material.
Dogs benefit from minimally processed food, just like we do. Most dog food is so processed that nutrients, enzymes, vitamins and minerals are removed. Then artificial supplements and chemicals are added back in. Why not keep the good stuff in the first place?
Muscle tone and energy- The right balance of proteins and fat from raw meat and eggs gives dogs healthy muscles and the energy to lead active lives.
Skin and fur- Dogs often are allergic or intolerant of food with high grain/filler content or animal by-products. Itchy skin is the result. Skin that is in bad condition is more vulnerable to bacterial and fungal infections.
Bone and dental health- Natural calcium and phosphorus from ground bone and eggshell help with stronger bones and teeth.
More nutritionally dense- It takes less food to get the calories in. Less in means less out. Don’t be alarmed with less stools. That’s normal.
Fewer inflammatory problems- Diets heavy in grain and corn can make some dogs more vulnerable to inflammatory problems such as arthritis and joint issues.
Better health often means fewer veterinarian visits. Of course, regular checkups and vaccinations are still important.
What we’ve heard from dog owners about our dog food:
“She’s not itchy anymore.”
“They just look and seem healthier.”
“It makes him so happy!”
And the number one reason to feed your dog Albright’s Raw Dog Food- Dogs actually enjoy eating it!.
Picking Who and Where it comes from...
We were excited to discover Albright's Natural Dog Food because it had everything we wanted in a dog food company. The owners of this company take great care in creating Albright's Natural Dog Food, and have done everything with the purpose of making a top quality food you can feed to your dog with confidence. Follow the link here to their site.