Why All Natural Pet Food?

Studies at Rutger’s University and the University of California Davis show that all natural and organic foods have 2X to 1000X the nutrients of commercial foods! Depleted soils (from chemical farming), feed lots and barns (devoid of natural growth opportunities, sunlight, and appropriate nutrition), and genetic engineering have taken the nutrition right out of our commercial food supply!!!

Commercially grown vegetables, dairy products, oils, and supplements contain pesticides and herbicides. Commercially prepared grooming and cleaning supplies, personal care products, and essential oils contain toxic chemicals such as:

Commercially prepared grooming and cleaning supplies, personal care products, and essential oils contain toxic chemicals such as:

All of which go directly into your pet when they consume the food, or have these products applied to them.

These chemicals are TOXIC to you and your pet!

For Your Pet’s Health, please consider:

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Why Feed Your Pets Raw Food?

All animals evolved to eat raw, whole foods so that their entire nutritional requirements are met. Your pets are no exception.

Comparison of Kibble to Raw Food

Nutritional Need Kibble Raw Food
Protein poor quality Raw meat - best quality protein, easily digested
Fat Source heat damaged by cooking Natural Source
Primary Energy Source Carbohydrates, cooked grains, not easily digested Raw meaty bones, natural evolutionary diet
Balance Must be balanced at every meal ("complete nutrition") May be balanced over several meals as nature intended
Fresh Food Non - all cooked, loosing many vitamins, minerals and nutrients All fresh food - high in vitamins, minerals and nutrients
Toxins Massive amounts, filled using "industrial preservatives for long shelf life" No toxins or preservatives, all fresh, natural, plenty of raw vegetables; high in antioxidants and anti-aging properties.
Digestion Can take 8 to 10 hours to digest Easily digested and absorbed
  Kibble made to meet convenience of owners Meets evolutionary needs