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BARF Blog: Raise Your Paw for Raw

The latest scoop on pet health and nutrition.

Nov 30, 2021

Keeping Your Pets Paws Safe This Winter

Harsh winter temperatures can cause us to bundle up, turn up the heat or get the fire going to stay warm. Our pets usually enjoy bounding through the fluffy snow. However, as pet owners, we have more than just ourselves to worry about staying warm during wintertime. Our pets are also susceptible to the cold, and we need to make sure we are taking the necessary steps to keep them warm and comfortable.

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  • Nicole McCray
Nov 23, 2021

Let’s Talk Turkey

Here at BARF® World, Inc., we are excited to announce the newest addition to our line of delicious proteins, launching January, 2022. This launch has been much anticipated, and we just know your pet will want to gobble it right up! 

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  • Cheryl Douglas
Nov 16, 2021

Give Your Dog A Bone

Thanksgiving is just over a week away and during the entire holiday period (Thanksgiving through New Years)  statistics show that most people will gain an additional five to ten pounds!

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Nov 09, 2021

Your Pet’s Recovery After a Surgery

While it is standard for a pet to feel sleepy and act more lethargic within a day post-surgery, it can seem strange at first. Keep in mind that your pet may be subdued during this time and could exhibit a lack of appetite...

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  • Nicole McCray
Nov 02, 2021

Cancer In Pets – Is it Preventable?

This month is Pet Cancer Awareness Month.  It is not a topic we like to talk about but it is one that must be addressed given the ever increasing rate of pets being diagnosed with this awful disease.  It has been reported that cancer is a major killer in our pet population and is thought to be responsible for 45% of dog deaths....

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Oct 26, 2021

Feeding Raw Doesn’t Have To Be Scary

Throughout the centuries our domestic pets have become a part of our family, but we need to consider our pet’s origin.  Before our dogs and cats became domesticated, they were wild animals  and had to fend for themselves; which included hunting for their food. There was no cooking, no preparation, no fancy packaging, etc.

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  • Cheryl Douglas
Oct 19, 2021

Dog Food Comparisons

In an article I read this morning about the ingredients in grain based, dry pet food made me think,  “why would anybody want to feed a product to their dog that contains so much unwanted waste from the human food chain”.  Understanding the sourcing of ingredients would make an interesting topic for 60 Minutes. 

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  • Robert Mueller
Oct 05, 2021

The Wolf and the Dog 

Dr. Billinghurst also emphasizes the distinction between dogs and wolves. Dogs and wolves will openly interbreed, which is an interesting twist. Both species have 99 percent of their DNA in common..

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Sep 28, 2021

BARF - It’s More Than a Funny Name

The hate and discrimination we get about our name is typically from people who have no knowledge or understanding of the true meaning behind the acronym B.A.R.F.® As many of you may already know, it stands for Biologically Appropriate Raw Food or Bones And Raw Food. True BARF®ers and raw food feeders understand the meaning and importance of a raw food diet for dogs and cats. 

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  • Monica Samson
Sep 21, 2021

Train the Trainers

I am pleased to see the amazing health improvements that result from your pets eating our diets. That is the key to my concern; in order for the diet to do its magic, the dog has to be able to consume the product. This has historically never been an issue because the palatability of my formulas has been far superior to most other products on the market.

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.

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!

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