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What You Need To Know About Water

Published on August 29, 2010 by in BARF, Health

Water is essential and eating a raw meat diet, a Barf Diet, gives our dogs the water they don’t get from eating a dry kibble diet. Learn more here. [S3VIDEO file='BARFVideos/WaterH.264.mp4' bgimage ='http://www.barfworld.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/Fotolia_8445699_S.jpg' sitemap='true'] Technorati Tags: water, kibble, barf diet Bookmark to: Hide Sites

 
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Why Kibble May Not Be Your Best Choice

What is the primary motive of kibble manufactures? Is it profit or nutritional value? Did you know that kibble formulations were designed to utilize cheap and left over ingredients from the human food chain (and mostly grain)? The inferior quality and poor utilization of ingredients is masked by the addition of heat, flavor enhancers, and

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Salmonella, Is Your Dog Food Contaminated?

With the recent announcement of pet food recalls it becomes important to understand the potential exposure to the salmonella bacteria and understand how to process and prevent an illness from the bacteria. Salmonella is a bacteria present in our food sources for both human and pets. Chicken supply is the most common protein that poses

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Dangerous Pathogens In My Dog Food

Many say that raw food producers are ignoring the problems caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. It is obvious that pathogens are present in raw meat diets. Just like it is obvious that dry heat processed kibble contain similar pathogenic problems with salmonella, mold, and a variety of other potential hazards. The real difference

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