So many people think about transitioning their dogs to raw food but are afraid to do so.
It looks too complicated.
I don't have time.
I'm scared my dog will choke on a bone etc etc
But take a moment ... pause and have a think.
Sure it's easy to open a bag of premade processed dry food, but no matter how much you like McDonald's would you really want to eat it every meal, every day, week in and week out for your entire life? And if you did, how do you think that might affect your body, your health, your immune system?
So is raw feeding really that hard? I say NO!!
To make it easy though, why not start with a premade raw food product? It requires no more of your than a premade processed food. All it requires is the opening of a packet. Now how hard can that be? It's not right? It's ridiculously easy and will certainly give the beginner an easy way to take that first step into providing a healthier lifestyle for their dog.
Premade raw brands include BARF, Raw4Paws, Organic Paws, Big Dog ... well seriously there are too many to mention.
So let's say you take this first step, and wow, look how easy it is. But now you're feeling adventurous. Maybe you can do this on your own. How hard can it be? Well, as someone who has been feeding raw for over a decade (and believe me I wish I'd started long before that) I can tell you it's not difficult.
Really the most important things you need is discipline (and a deep freezer!).
Buy your meat and raw meaty bones, your offal, sardines, green tripe, eggs, fish & coconut oil, brewer's yeast, etc etc. It certainly may take you longer to prepare a meal but you will gain so much in satisfaction seeing your dog thrive on the best diet you can provide.