Introduction to the BARF Diet
- Author Jamie Lansley
- Published May 12, 2012
- Word count 516
The latest in holistic pet care, the BARF diet is inspiring pet owners to improve the food quality for their furry friends. Looking to ancient prehistory, BARF diet proponents claim domesticated canines are healthiest when eating food like their untamed ancestors did. For your pet, this means an end to processed foods that have been stripped of virtually all nutrients.
The BARF diet is gaining more and more popularity as pet owners who were skeptical about it to begin with watch with joy as their pets grow healthier. The nutrients and make up of healthy raw food in the BARF diet can help sickly pets heal and pets of average health reach their maximum virility. Pet owners who are interested in giving their furry friends the best and longest life possible are finding that the BARF diet fits the bill exactly.
More and more attention is being paid to the BARF diet as pet owners are beginning to see their animals become healthier and happier creatures. Sickly animals and pets with mediocre health can all benefit from the raw nutrients contained within the BARF diet. If you are serious about providing the best diet possible to your furry friends then the BARF diet is exactly what you are looking for.
Because everything on the menu is raw, whole, unprocessed food, the BARF diet also drastically improves the dental health of dogs. Pet owners notice that their animals? teeth and gums both became healthier on the BARF diet. Wild animals are used to using their teeth and mouths in general to tear apart meat and even process vegetables. Giving them the textures and eating habits that they are built for is what the BARF diet is all about.
Skin problems are another common problem that can be solved with the BARF diet. Healthier food really does make you healthier through and through, and the same goes for your dog. A healthier diet means shiner fur, eradication of fleas and mites and soothed skin sores. This diet is as simple as feeding your dog what she most wants to eat, but the health effects are dramatic.
Pet owners everywhere are finding that the BARF diet provides fast results. There?s nothing like seeing an ailing dog come alive with a switch of diet. The overall, holistic health of your pet will be drastically improved by switching to a more healthful diet.
The BARF diet can encourage the complete health and potential of your pet. Since happier animals tend to lead longer lives, this increases your rewards, too. Additionally, a happy and healthy pet means less visits to the veterinarian, which means less expenses on your bank account. This makes it a double plus situation; it's good for your pet and you.
The BARF diet's effects are long-term, too, so your pet will stay healthy. Dogs on the BARF diet are able to increase their health for the long term and not just the initial couple of weeks. Pets on the BARF diet are able to gain access to all the essential minerals and nutrients required for maximum health.
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