Raw Proteins for Pets

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Right Start suitable for puppies?

Puppies require optimal nutrients for their development and growth. Puppies' needs change as they continue to grow; their calorie intake varies, and offering them the correct serving sizes ensures the healthy development of all organs, bones and muscles. Our Team can assist you with a diet program for the most important stages from puppy to adolescent.

Is raw meat or kibble better for dogs?

Dogs require a high-protein diet for their wellness; offering raw will allow them to gain a nutrient-dense food without it being depleted of vitamins and minerals. Kibble, if fed, must not be combined with raw as the digestive system processes them quite differently. Meat is generally a better choice, higher and fully digestible. A dog's digestive system depends on an acidic environment to kill off pathogens so they can digest bone matter well. Kibble's nature of heat and rendering processing depletes essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals, needing replacement of synthetics added.

Is raw protein good for dogs?

Dogs thrive on a high-protein diet; their overall well-being needs to consume a diet rich in raw protein.

Is raw meat good for dogs?

It is the most highly digestible protein choice, quickly absorbed for energy and overall function for their wellness.

Why is my dog not eating, or gone off food?

The most common reason for this is your dog has been overfed. Every dog is unique; we need to rule out what has changed or occurred recently, considering many different reasons why this may have occurred. The hand that feeds may be inconsistent or over-generous; keep in mind your dog's size tummy with a raw diet is very different to a commercially processed diet; less is more. Reach out to our Team for a free consultation if you are experiencing concerns with your dog's change in diet.