LINKS & RESOURCES

WEBSITES & VETERINARIANS

Feline Nutrition Foundation

Website: feline-nutrition.org

The Feline Nutrition Education Society was founded in 2008 as an organization dedicated to educating pet parents about the benefits of raw meat diets for felines and to advocate for changing how cats are fed. We’re all about providing science-backed information on diet and health, so people can make informed decisions about what to feed their feline family members.

Truth About Pet Food (consumer supported website)

Website: truthaboutpetfood.com

The author of truthaboutpetfood.com, Susan Thixton, is a founding partner of the international pet food consumer association – Association for Truth in Pet Food. She holds an advisory position to AAFCO’s Pet Food Committee and Ingredient Definitions Committee.

Dr. Karen Becker

Website: drkarenbecker.com

Dr. Becker wrote her first pet cookbook in 1999 after recognizing that people committed to nourishing their pets healthfully were short on “how to” resources.  Her passion for sharing healthy living options has resulted in her joining forces with the third largest medical website and largest wellness website, Mercola.com, to provide a free wellness newsletter to pet lovers around the world.

Dr. Peter Dobias

Blog: peterdobias.com/blogs/blog

Dr. Dobias is a North Vancouver native who provides free information, learning materials, top quality natural products, seminars, webinars, long distance vet consultation.

Julie Anne Lee (DCH, RSCHom)

Website: adoredbeast.com

Julie Anne has trail blazed the advancement of holistic pet care and homeopathic medicine and brings her wealth of experience to all aspects of the Adored Beast Apothecary as a practitioner, teacher and consultant. She has expanded the world of animal wellness, both reclaiming, and scientifically evolving, the time-honoured, common-sense practice of nature-based animal healthcare.

RAW MYTH: FEEDING RAW IS TIME CONSUMING

False!  Well, feeding raw can be time-consuming depending on your definition of the word. If you’re making your dog’s meals from scratch, there’s the planning aspect of that as well as the actual hands on time in the kitchen. Feeding raw will take longer than just dumping kibble into a bowl if you go the homemade route. But if you’re pressed for time and still want to feed raw, the easiest way is to feed a pre-made raw meal option from Red Dog Deli. Feeding your dog a pre-made raw diet takes less than a minute to measure out serve. Couldn’t be easier!


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