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BARF New Years Resolution

Published on January 2, 2008 by in BARF


Every year the day after New Years Day becomes a crisis day. I mean, that on this day we all VOW to make significant life style changes. Maybe it’s starting that dreaded diet plan or maybe it’s starting that exercise routine that we have put off for over 5 years. I think we can all relate to this day as the bridge between the old and the new. A new day, a new challenge is in front of us. Is it a bad habit that needs to be put to bed? How do we get started on this new adventure and be able to stick to it over time? How do we make it a life changing event? How can I involve other people to make me more accountable?

Sometimes money can be a motivator. A good friend of mine related that he made a bet with a good friend of his because they both wanted to quit smoking. They had both tried several times to quit and couldn’t stay with the plan- but this time was different. This time they put the goal in front of them and made the penalty so strict that if they varied from the plan they would suffer in the pocketbook to a great extent. The bet was $5000.00 if either one of them went off the wagon and started to smoke again. He has been smoke free now for over 5 years.

Let’s not forget our precious pets as we formulate different future plans for ourselves. Plan their future with as much authority and health benefiting value. Take the time to try and discover a new, more health generating food plan for your dog. If they have similar health issues- find out why raw feeding may correct their issues. I have witnessed over 32 years of raw feeding to carnivorous animals and can relate to the health benefits derived from this way of feeding. Testimonials are always a good way to see how the diets have worked for other people and their pets. Check our website testimonials see how others share their experiences with a food plan change.

Happy New Year

posted by Rob Mueller

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