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BARF Blog: Raise Your Paw for Raw

The latest scoop on pet health and nutrition.

Dec 06, 2022

Snow Safety 

With the winter season approaching, there are several potential hazards that require additional safety precautions. Plug-in heaters, ice, and salt can all lead to potential injuries for you and your pet. Here are some tips to keep you and your fur baby happy & healthy this winter season. 

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  • Isabelle Manley
Nov 29, 2022

Stocking Stuffers

Struggling with stocking stuffer ideas for your pup? Worry no more! We have a variety of our Brand Ambassadors that are seniors, active pups, do agility and are average activity. We even have 2 cats, Blu and Poppy that have their favorites as well! Here are some of their current favorites that they can’t get enough of!

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  • Isabelle Manley
Nov 22, 2022

Thanksgiving Leftovers

We wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving Day & joyful holiday! Thank you to everyone who has continued to support us throughout the years & to all of our readers out there who continue to show love and support for our blogs. 

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  • Isabelle Manley
Nov 15, 2022

Winter Activities 

As we approach the winter months, it can often be difficult to find indoor activities to keep your fur baby occupied and active. If you find yourself in a situation where you are struggling to find activities to keep your pup busy, don’t worry we’ve got you covered! Here are some of our top tips to keep your pet stimulated and happy during the dreadful winter months.

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  • Isabelle Manley
Nov 08, 2022

Holistic and Chiropractic Healing 

Recently, one of our fur babies Sonic, had an unexpected seizure. As a healthy raw fed dog, it was alarming not knowing what may have caused it. His mom, Katie, who is one of our Raw Pet Food Specialists, decided to look into holistic healing. 

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  • Isabelle Manley
Nov 01, 2022

Weight Gain & Weight Loss

Oftentimes, we will get the question “Why is my dog gaining or losing weight?” For pet owners this can be a scary situation to be in. You may even wonder if you are doing the right thing when it comes to your pet’s nutrition. This is why we’ve got you covered! Making the switch to raw is crucial for your pets health & wellness and we can guide you with a customized feeding plan.

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  • Isabelle Manley
Oct 25, 2022

Trick or Treatin’ 

Want your fur baby to have a special treat this Halloween? We’ve got you covered! Here is a guide that outlines all of the treats we have to offer and help you decide on the perfect snack for your pet to enjoy! 

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  • Isabelle Manley
Oct 18, 2022

Misconceptions About Freeze-Dried Raw 

There are many misconceptions surrounding our Freeze-Dried Raw Diets. We often get questions about how and why our Freeze-Dried and raw diets compare to each other. You shouldn’t be hesitant to make the switch to our Freeze-Dried products, in fact you may find that your pup enjoys it more than our Frozen diets!

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  • Isabelle Manley
Oct 11, 2022

When Should I Supplement My Dog?

There is frequent confusion on whether a dog needs additional supplements with their regular meals. It is my belief that an animal that is fed a nutrient rich diet, that is species appropriate, does not need additional supplementation. For example, our BARF World® diets contain all the necessary nutrients to support and maintain an adequate feeding regimen. 

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  • Monica Samson
Oct 04, 2022

Benefits of the Dog Park 

It is very important that a dog gets regular exercise. There are many factors that may make it difficult to get the proper amount of exercise that your fur baby needs to stay healthy and active. Having limited yard space, a busy schedule or your pet’s social anxiety can play a role in how play time can go. 

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  • Isabelle Manley

What is BARF?

“BARF®” is our acronym which means “Biologically Appropriate Raw Food.” All of our diets are Complete and carefully Balanced; a proprietary blend of muscle meat, organs, bone-connector tissue, finely ground bone, fruits, veggies, vitamins and minerals. It’s the diet nature intended for our pets to not just survive but thrive.