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BARF gave Daisy the protection she needed

My goldendoodle, Daisy recently started dog agility training and she's just flying through those hoops. It's hard to keep up with her! She\'s been on the BARF diet since she was a puppy. After my last two golden retrievers were diagnosed with cancer, I decided I had to do something to protect Daisy from the same fate. So I started feeding her the BARF Diet. She is doing so well on it that I'm now in the process of converting my Bengal cat, Kitty to the BARF Diet as well.

- Sharon G, Arvada, CO

She made the switch in one day.

My dog, Kai, is a Japanese Spitz and incredibly spoiled-as in, she thinks she is a person. I had thought about switching her to a barf-type diet for about 5 years, but never really felt a pressing need to do it. About 6 months ago my sister\'s dog (which happens to be my dog's sister) was diagnosed with cancer. My sister immediately switched Koa to BARF. Stacey had so many good things to say that I decided to try it for Kai too. Well, Kai absolutely loves the patties. She had no stomach upset, no illness at all. However, Kai does not at all like the supplements that come with the BARF diet. So I wouldn't recommend them for everyone. We've only been on the diet for less than a month, but it has been smooth sailing all the way (except for the supplements) and I highly recommend the BARF diet to anyone.

- Cathy S, Henderson, NV

Slowed Down the Sickness

As a note, the little white one in the front, Nicolas, is 13 years old and was diagnosed in December with a fairly large cancerous lung tumor and given 3 weeks to live. Look at him does he look like he has a lung tumor? I mean, I saw the xray there is definitely a tumor but I don't think it's cancer and it hasn't grown and he is as playful and happy as he's ever been. I swear on my life, it's the food. I've had them on barf for about 6 years. They are just so healthy and playful and precious. While I know I'll lose Nicolas at some point. he is showing no signs of slowing down or being sick. A true testament to a healthy diet and lots of love. Barf food ROCKS!

- Lisa P, Pasadena, CA

What is BARF?

"BARF®" is our acronym that means Biologically Appropriate Raw Food. It is a complete and carefully balanced blend of raw meat, fruits, vegetables and bone. Our formula mimics what nature has designed our pet's to thrive on in the wild. The result is a pet free of allergies, digestive problems, and full of life!