Are preservatives bad for my dog?
Are chemical based preservatives bad for my dog? The short answer is yes! And if fed daily, over a long period, they can be fatal! What preservatives are we talking...Read more
The benefits of feeding your dog Offal!
At Raw & Fresh we get a lot of questions about Offal. Below we will answer some of your questions about this misunderstood Superfood! Should I feed my dog Offal?...Read more
3 Reasons why your pooch should try a Deer Antler!
Deer antlers are hard, dense and are great for heavy chewers. They are 100% Organic and shed naturally in the wild. Antlers don’t splinter but best of all they last!...Read more
5 reasons why your Dog should be on a Raw Food Diet!
We want you’re best friend to thrive and be the healthiest they can be! For too long we have seen sick dogs, unhealthy dogs, obese dogs, dogs with skin allergies,...Read more
Does my dog need vegetables?
There is a general debate over whether a dog needs vegetables in their diet or not. If we look back long ago before humans developed kibble, dogs ate their food...Read more
Should my dog eat bones?
The short answer is, Yes! However! there are certain do's and don'ts when it comes to your pooches health when eating bones. The Do's! Lets start off with some of...Read more
Why does my dog drink less water since being on raw?
Lots of owners who switch their pet to a raw food diet from dry dog food (kibble) notice immediately that their pet is drinking far less water than they used...Read more
Transitioning to the Raw food diet
Changing what a dog eats to quickly can often lead to diarrhoea. And to complicate that more, a dog processes raw meat and kibble (dry biscuits) very differently. Raw food...Read more
Where do I begin?
Don’t know where to start? We have some answers for you!A raw diet consists of raw meat, fat, bone, tissues, offal (liver, kidney, heart, pancreas etc) and raw vegetables. Raw...Read more
Raw Food Safety
Dogs have survived for thousands of years eating raw food. Most of us would have seen our dog eat that unwanted piece of garbage or rotten food at the park,...Read more