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BARF Blog: Raise Your Paw for Raw

The latest scoop on pet health and nutrition.

Aug 13, 2018

Coping with the Death of a Pet

Losing a pet is one of life's most difficult challenges. As a member of our family and often our closest friend, it is not uncommon to experience a period of grief following the death of a pet, much like you would if you lost a person in your life.

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  • Stephanie Minturn
Aug 07, 2018

Nature's Golden Seed

You have probably already heard all the buzz about the flax plant. The seeds of this flowering, blue plant are considered a superfood, supporting many components of your pet's health.

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  • Stephanie Minturn
Aug 01, 2018

Why BARF World Rises Above Competitors

Our pets show us constant and unconditional love and as pet parents, we strive to do the same for them. What better way to show our dogs love and appreciation than by feeding them a delicious, natural and incredibly healthy diet? 

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  • Stephanie Minturn
Jul 18, 2018

BARF Keeps pH in Balance

When the pH levels are off-balance, whether they are too low or too high, serious health conditions can occur. What we choose feed our animals is what we can expect from the health of their lifespan. Why not give them the best chance by choosing raw and maintaining the proper balance? 

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  • Stephanie Minturn
Jul 11, 2018

Tick Season: What You Can Do to Keep Your Dog Protected

It is difficult to completely prevent a tick from biting your dog but the good news is, there are measures you can take to decrease his exposure. Ticks can carry bacterium leading to Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and can cause complications such as Anemia. Modifying your dog's environment and using gentle repellents can help!

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  • Stephanie Minturn

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!