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BARF Blog: Raise Your Paw for Raw

The latest scoop on pet health and nutrition.

Jan 21, 2020

Raw Meat Combined With Raw Fat

Raw fat is the most utilized nutrient in the body, especially in our toxic industrial world.  It helps stabilize and relax the body considerably when in combination with raw meat.  Fats help white blood cell production, assist microbial activity and provide lubricants to accomplish a variety of functions.

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  • Robert Mueller
Jan 14, 2020

Does Your Pet Need Supplements?

When your pet is provided with optimum levels of vitamins and minerals you can expect to see these benefits: Proper growth Good health Stamina

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  • Robert Mueller
Jan 07, 2020

Preparing To Make The Switch

There are several ways to switch to a natural raw food diet.  I am going to share with you some tips that should clarify your thoughts and concerns about making the switch to a raw food diet for your pet. My tips will help you make the right decision as to which method would be best for your pet. 

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  • Monica Samson
Dec 31, 2019

The Debate On Kibble

I have received some comments on my most recent blog post, “Kibble is Dead Food.” It is quite exciting to see that there are readers that are not only passionate about their animals, but they are interested in hearing my thoughts on pet health and nutrition. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with our readers and BARF® believers. I would like to commend you for sending us your comments and feedback regarding this blog. Your comments are valid and typically what I hear as a response to my knowledge in pet food.

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  • Robert Mueller
Dec 24, 2019

Christmas Pets

While watching a Holiday commercial about a young boy getting a puppy for Christmas, I was reminded of one of my favorite Christmases, when Santa finally brought me Daisy, a black Cockapoo.  I had been asking for a Christmas puppy for 3 years prior, but my mom was wise enough to know that our family was not quite ready for a puppy and so I had to wait. 

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  • Cheryl Douglas
Dec 17, 2019

Kibble Is Dead Food

One of the reasons why kibble has become immensely popular is because of how much more convenient it is compared to other dog food competitors. It is a product that is cost effective for the consumer in most cases and it stays shelf stable for months. It is easier and cheaper to store because kibble is not temperature sensitive.  Most people do not realize the process involved to offer the consumer this choice in dog food.

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  • Robert Mueller
Dec 10, 2019

The Debate of Omnivore vs Carnivore

I find it very interesting that there are many different views regarding whether a dog or cat is an omnivore or a carnivore.  In order to gather an opinion for yourself you will need to have a definition of each classification.

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  • Robert Mueller
Dec 03, 2019

Live Long and Pawspurr

As a kid growing up, I remember my parents getting the Sunday paper.  I would fumble through to find the comic section then settle in with my favorite bowl of cereal.  One of my favorite Sunday morning comics was Garfield the Cat.

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  • Cheryl Douglas
Nov 26, 2019

Thanksgiving and Your Pets

What happens when you combine a hearty menu, family and friends, and tons of fun—plus a big ole roasted turkey? Thanksgiving, of course!  While Thanksgiving is a great time to all be together indulging in turkey, stuffing, green-bean casserole, your favorite pie, etc. we also need to be mindful of our furry family members. Many of the yummy Thanksgiving foods we humans love to eat are hazardous to our pets.  

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  • Cheryl Douglas
Nov 19, 2019

Well That’s The Way We Have Always Done It

With Thanksgiving approaching and many of us gathering together with family and friends around the table to indulge in probably too much delicious food, I am reminded of a story about a family tradition. A young girl asked her mother why she cut both ends off of the Thanksgiving ham. 

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  • Cheryl Douglas

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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