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BARF Blog: Raise Your Paw for Raw

The latest scoop on pet health and nutrition.

Apr 12, 2022

Doctor, My Dog Is Scratching Himself Raw

Does this sound familiar? Veterinarians and their staff hear this comment all too often, especially in the spring and fall of the year. Dogs that are scratching raw spots, or that have excess dander and oil during these times are actually more sensitive all year round.

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Apr 05, 2022

Helpful Hints for Homemade Raw Food For Dogs

I often hear about pet owners that, for various reasons, decide it will be better for them to make a homemade raw dog food diet for their pet.  I’ll admit that there may be some benefits to going this route but you’ll have to have plenty of time on your hands to make it happen and get it right.

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Mar 22, 2022

Danger in The Outdoors

This week, as we celebrate “National Animal Poison Prevention Week”, I’d like to spotlight some dangers our pets may find while enjoying the outdoors. As pet parents, most of us know the common household items that are toxic for our pets. Items such as cleaning supplies, paint, glue, bug sprays, ant bait, foggers, etc.  But did you know that there are plenty of outdoor toxins as well?

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  • Cheryl Douglas
Mar 15, 2022

Tis The Season To Be Itching

Spring is almost upon us and you know what that means – allergy season. One of the most common concerns among pet parents is our pets' intense and aggravating allergy symptoms, which include itching, scratching, licking and even biting. Most of these symptoms are resolved  with the right  nutrition, such as the BARF® World diet, but during particular times of the year, the culprit may be more of an environmental cause. 

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Mar 09, 2022

Dog Separation Anxiety: There is Hope

If your fur baby is experiencing separation anxiety; you are not alone. Separation anxiety is one of the most common concerns among pet parents. As you know, our pets experience the same feelings we do as humans. They feel happy, loved, excited, pleased, sad, & lonely, and stressed/anxious....

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  • Cheryl Douglas
Mar 01, 2022

Don’t Be Deceived By Domesticated Diets 

After 40 years of developing diets and raw food formulations for carnivores, I am amazed at the common misconception that just because dogs and cats are domesticated carnivores (raw meat eaters) we have also “domesticated”  their nutritional needs as well as their nutritional requirements for peak performance and health.

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Feb 22, 2022

How Do You Know Your Dog Is Overweight?

Our pet’s weight issues can be a touchy subject, but it is very important for pet parents to beware of the dangers of pet obesity.  It is our responsibility to educate ourselves on how to  reduce the risk of dog illness and disease by ensuring our pets maintain a healthy body weight.  The truth is, many pet parents don’t even realize that their pet is overweight.

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Feb 15, 2022

Dental Health Part II - How To Improve Your Senior Dog’s Teeth & Gums

Did you know dogs that get routine dental care live an average of two years longer than those that don’t?   In a previous blog post I highlighted the connection between oral health and heart disease in dogs. Health issues can worsen to the point of impacting a dog’s major organ systems, including the heart.

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  • Robert Mueller, Sr.
Feb 08, 2022

Dental Health Part 1 - Your Puppy’s Teeth

As a new puppy owner, you know that training, proper feeding, love, and attention are at the top of your daily to-do list. Having a new pup is exciting and will keep you busy, so it’s easy to forget about good dental habits for your puppy. This article will provide a good insight as to why oral health is important, as well as tips on how to make dental health for your puppy a bit easier for the hectic puppy household!

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  • Monica Samson

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.