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Learn This Lesson from Your Pet

There is definitely a similarity in the relationship between proper diet and nutrition for humans and for our pets. Going to a raw food diet recreates you into your original form and I believe that is the same for our animals.

I think we can all agree that a conversion to a rawer, unprocessed, whole food diet will make a big difference in the longevity and good health of both our pets and ourselves. By making the change to feed our pets properly, we may learn to do the same for ourselves.

I have spent 35 years of my life trying to educate guardians to feed a more species appropriate diet for their pets.

I hope you can see the point of this blog:: the choice we make in our lives to eat properly and to really make a feeding difference in the life of our pet companions. For a look at the evolution of the raw pet food movement, where it is today and going to tomorrow, watch the video below.

Rob Mueller and RoxieRobert Mueller, BSc, Pharm. is a registered pharmacist, author of “Living Enzymes: The World’s Best Kept Pet Food Secret”, and co-developer of BARF World’s BARF diets patties, nuggets and supplements – the first company to make the Biologically Appropriate Raw Foods (BARF) diet conveniently available to animals everywhere. He and his wife love to travel around the world with their dog, Moxie – a Yorkshire Terrier/Maltese mix. For more articles like these and to learn more about the benefits of raw food for your pets, sign up for “The Intelligent Pet” monthly e-zine at www.barfworld.com.

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  5. Listen to Your Pet’s “Body Language” for Signs of Optimal Nutrition
 
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