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Racing greyhounds and sled dogs have eaten raw food diets for many years. In 1993, Australian veterinarian Ian Billinghurst, suggested extending those diets to family pet and calling his feeding suggestions the BARF diet (Bones and Raw Food or Biologically Appropriate Raw Food). The idea was that adult dogs would thrive on a diet that was similar to one that canines ate before they became domesticated.
Some of the benefits you might see as your pet enjoys a raw diet include:
* Shinier Coats
* Healthier Skin
* Cleaner Teeth
* Higher Energy Levels
Raw Food Diets typically consist of:
* Muscle Meat
* Organ Meat
* Raw Eggs
* Dairy Products
* Fruits & Vegetables
A BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Foods) diet consists of a mix of not only meat and organs, but fruits, vegetables and supplements such as coconut oil.
The Prey Model Raw Diet (PMR) follows the belief that canines don't need fruits or vegetables. To get the perfect nutritional combination, it is suggested that you provide:
* 80% Raw Meat
* 10% Bone
* 5% Liver
* 5% Other Secreting Organs
It is recommended that you speak to your pet's veterinarian before starting any raw pet food diet.
The following cuts are considered muscle meat and should make up 80% of your pet's diet:
* Green Tripe
Muscle Meat can be summed up as any meat without bones.
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