April 25, 2020 Rae Blogs 1Comment

Something people are asking me about giving dogs eggs is how I offer them. I always say they get them raw and people typically are surprised by that. Many are also surprised that I give my dogs eggs, let alone a raw egg. I’ve heard that eggs are too high in cholesterol, or concerned about salmonella or a biotin deficiency. I disagree with that. Eggs are a cheap and completely safe raw food to give your dog. They’re also one of the most nutritious and complete meals you can choose. Raw Eggs – Health Concerns & Facts I’ve decided to…

April 18, 2020 Rae Blogs

If you haven’t read my previous post on my Raw Feeding Experience, I recommend you check it out. You can read it now or after you read this simple step guide. If you want to start feeding raw the steps are super simple to begin. Please note I am basing this off a PMR Diet (Prey Model Raw Diet). Rule #1: Muscle Meat is the Foundation As you can see above, muscle meat is the foundation of any raw diet. This means adding in those nice lean meats. Your dog needs proteins to build strong tissues. Keep in mind that…

April 11, 2020 Rae Blogs

Many dog owners tend to feed kibble as it’s easy and super accessible. When I got my first German Shepherd almost 4 years ago, I started off feeding her kibble. She either didn’t like it or it made her sick. We tried multiple different proteins and brands, as well as ones that our vet recommended with little to no success. She just wasn’t handling it well at all.This is where I began my raw feeding journey with my dog. I decided to do research on other ways to feed a dog to keep them healthy. I came across fresh food…

April 6, 2020 Rae Blogs

With everyone staying home except those with jobs considered essential, we are sure you are trying to find more ways to keep your dog having fun. I’m sure your dog is begging to play and stay active. If you dog typically goes to daycare or you have a small yard, indoor games and activities can be so beneficial. I am often rotating games I play with my dogs and typically pick a different game for each dog of mine. Sometimes only doing 15 minutes might not sound like a lot of time to play with your dog but with the…