Alpha Raw Dog Food

Why should I feed a raw diet?

A raw diet provides a range of benefits that commercial dog diets can never hope to closely match. These benefits include:

  • Many allergies disappear
  • Naturally cleans teeth
  • Better weight control
  • Much less stools produced due to more complete digestion
  • Arthritis significantly reduced or disappeared in some dogs
  • Lower vet bills due to healthier dogs

Benefits of Raw Food Diet

People who have switched their dogs to a raw food diet from commercial dog foods are found the following:

  • Dogs who were previously unenergetic and sluggish gained energy and seemed like completely new dogs
  • Allergies dogs previously had disappeared
  • Skin conditions cleared up
  • No more doggy smell
  • Healthier weight was maintained
  • Dogs grow at a more normal rate; quick growth spurts are avoided
  • Dogs seem to live longer with fewer medical conditions

Why is commercial dog food not good for my dog?

  • A dogs food should never be cooked
  • Dogs should have access to raw meaty bones that clean their teeth, and exercise their neck and jaw muscles
  • Dog food typically has grain and cereals as their primary ingredient which often cause allergies and skin conditions
  • Often contain preservatives, additives and salt that a dog does not need to make the food taste better
  • Too many carbohydrates linked to over-eating, obesity, diabetes, and cancer.

Transitioning to RAW:

10 Day transition period from kibble to Raw is a sufficient amount of time for  your dog. Never mix the two together.

Days 1, 2, 3: A.M. Feed 75% of your dog’s normal daily kibble amount. P.M.  Feed 25% suggested Raw amount.

Days 4, 5, 6: A.M. Feed 50% of your dog’s normal daily kibble amount. P.M. Feed 50% suggested Raw amount.

Days 7, 8, 9: A.M. Feed 25% normal daily kibble. P.M. Feed 75% suggested Raw amount.

Day 10 and beyond: Feed 100% suggested RAW however you normally feed your dog (once a day or split and feed two times a day).

ZERO kibble is fed to your dog from this point on. ** Please note there may be some side affects while transitioning to RAW such as: vomiting and loose stool, excess shedding.