As part of a BARF diet, dogs are fed a diet based on raw meat, fleshy bones, offal, fish, fruits and vegetables.
Prepared in the right proportions, this carnivorous diet is naturally adapted to the body of dogs.
Why do we believe in this diet?
Because if it is true that most existing pet foods are balanced, and that the longevity of dogs increases, their general state of health is deteriorating: allergies, kidney ailments, digestion and growth problems are increasingly appearing. earlier.
Many owners and veterinarians are aware of this and see the correlation between diet and health (see in particular the work of Dr G. Lippert, Dr Jutta Ziegler, Dr Charles Danten).
It is therefore natural that a growing number of people concerned about the health of their dog are turning to a natural and suitable alternative diet: BARF.
The changes observed in dogs fed Barf are remarkable. Dogs are more alert, they have a good body odor, no tartar on the teeth, a shiny coat. We also observe a harmonious growth, and a considerably reduced stool volume and low odor.