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Does Your Dog Have Allergies?

Rodrigo rarely had a solid poop and always had gas, but I thought this was normal. He also had recurring ear infections and itchy paws; our vet said this was seasonal.  Rodrigo developed joint pain before he was two years old; our vet said his leg might need to be amputated.  And then his skin changed colors and he developed a righteous rash on his bag and I said, “enough is enough.”  I made one change to his diet and most of his health issues cleared up in a week.  ONE WEEK.  CLICK HERE to read more about my experience.

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Why Raw Feeders Distrust Veterinarians

Yesterday, I read two articles by Sarah J. Wooten, DVM, who shared her thoughts on the film Pet Fooled, a documentary that shed light on the pet food industry. Hey doc, have your veterinary clients been fooled by this doc(umentary)? Responding to client reactions...

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Random Question Wednesday for Raw Feeders

  Random Question Wednesday is a feature in my Facebook group, the Raw Feeder's “Kicked Out” Club. Because the group guidelines state that we discuss raw feeding (and raw adjacent) topics only, Wednesday is a day when the floor is opened to everything.  These...

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5 Pet Peeves About Raw Feeding

  I'm kind of in a funk this week, so I decided to write a post that reflects my current mood.  Raw feeding is a huge part of my life - I feed my dogs a raw diet, I write about raw feeding, I Admin a group about raw feeding, I teach workshops on raw feeding.  But...

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My Response to the BBC Anti-Raw Video

BBC Radio Scotland recently shared poorly researched video about raw feeding created to frighten people away from feeding a species appropriate diet and sticking with the kibble food that is making our dogs sick.  CLICK HERE to read my response to Trust Me, I'm a Vet.


My Response to the Psychology Today Article

An article written by a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia has lit the raw community on fire, and we've all be participating in a collective eye roll all week.  What does psychology have to do with raw feeding?  I don't have a clue.  CLICK HERE to read my response to Dog Owners Are Wrong About the Health Benefits of Raw Diets.


A Reboot of Raw Feeding from A to Z

April 2017 marks four years feeding my dogs a raw food diet.  I've learned a lot over that time and will be re-writing my book, Raw Feeding from A to Z.  Like before, the book starts as a series of blog post during the month of April that will be edited and converted to an e-book (with loads of extras) available for purchase in June 2017.  CLICK HERE to follow along with A Reboot of Raw Feeding from A to Z.

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