Being a good breeder
doesn't mean you have to produce hundreds of dogs
or take home a blue ribbon from the dog show ...
What must be remembered is that
a responsible breeder considers the puppies they breed as
their "kids" and wants only the best for them. This
is what we have come to expect from any reputable breeder.
But, what about the breeder who takes the breeding challenge
one step further and naturally rears their breeding animals
Longtime breeders that follow natural nutrition
and rearing philosophies will attest to the fact that there
is less disease in dogs fed a biologically appropriate raw
food diet, especially following several generations. Given
that much of the future health of puppies begins with the
health of the dam and sire, a discerning breeder does not
overlook the importance of a whole food diet and often incorporates
alternative health care into their program as well. If a dog
can achieve the highest quality of well-being, any genetic
faults that appear can be more easily distinguished from those
caused by environment or improper nutrition.
BARF World's Breeder
Profiles salutes those breeders
that have made the choice to provide biological nutrition
for their canine family.