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BARF Blog: Raise Your Paw for Raw

The latest scoop on pet health and nutrition.

Sep 03, 2019

Swimming Upstream

If you have ever read or studied the lifespan of a Salmon, one lesson that can be learned from salmon is sometimes you have to go against the flow.  Salmon don’t just float merrily along, they fight against the current, swimming upstream. 

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  • Robert Mueller
Aug 27, 2019

Advances in Technology

I am amazed at the advances we have made in technology over the recent years. These advances have impacted our lives in many ways. These technological advancements have changed how the world conducts business. I saw on the news that people would rather give up television than their cell phones.  It is almost impossible to find a pay-phone anymore.

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  • Robert Mueller
Aug 20, 2019

Help! My Grass is Brown!!

What goes in must come out! This is basic biology, right? But have the brown spots your dog leaves in the lawn ever frustrated you? Let’s discuss the science.

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  • Autumn Colunga "The Pet Yogi"
Aug 13, 2019

Soda and Diet Soda-The Great Poison of The Day

This may not seem to be dog related in any way but it does correlate with my suggestions for making better health choices.  In an article published by Jeff Primack called, “Conquering Any Disease”, he makes  astonishing statements about drinking soda.

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  • Robert Mueller
Aug 06, 2019

Overly Processed Foods

In general, the more food is processed, the worse it is for the health of humans and our pets. There is yet another danger, even when we are dealing with organic food - that is the additives. Most of the food made available to both humans, and even more so for pets, have been chemically treated at different stages of production.

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  • Robert Mueller
Jul 30, 2019

Enzyme Therapy - A Look Under the Hood

Studying enzyme nutrition has been a passion for me. It has led me to writing a book on the subject. I have studied the dramatic benefits of proper enzyme supplementation.

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  • Robert Mueller
Jul 23, 2019

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is a disease which is difficult to diagnose.  Normally IBS is discovered after a process of elimination. After eliminating other infectious, inflammatory and certain parasitic diseases, a presumptive diagnosis of IBS is suggested. Related to the similar disease in humans, where it is called spastic or nervous colon, this disease affects the large bowel.

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  • Robert Mueller
Jul 16, 2019

Is Your Dog at Risk For Heat Stroke?-Pt 2

In 1964, Martha and the Vandellas made the words, “summer’s here and the time is right” a popular household lyric. It must be true because many well-known music artists have sung those popular words over and over throughout the years. It may not be 1964 anymore but summer is here, and for many of us it is HOT! 

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  • Autumn Boga
Jul 09, 2019

Bringing Your Dog To Work

Want passionate, productive employees? Bringing dogs into the workplace could be the answer. According to a recent study, dogs in the workplace can boost organizations' performance and bottom line by providing social support, reducing stress, and increasing social interaction.

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  • Katlyn Eriksen
Jul 02, 2019

Is Your Dog At Risk for Heat Stroke?

Have you ever heard the expression, “Hotter than the 4th of July”? Where does this expression come from and what does it mean?  According to data from currentresults.com, July is the hottest month of the year for most large US cities. Many of us will find ourselves facing temperatures in the high 80s to high 90-degree range

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  • Autumn Boga

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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