Raw dog food can include bones, muscle meat, raw livers, kidneys, fresh eggs, uncooked vegetables, and certain fruits.
Raw food can lead to shiny hair, less poop, whiter teeth, healthier skin, and increased energy in dogs.
Raw foods can contain pesticides. Cooking can reduce the risk of these harmful substances.
Consuming raw meat daily can potentially damage your dog's teeth.
Eating large quantities of raw meat can cause unpleasant odors in dogs.
Small raw bones in meat can pose a choking hazard to dogs.
Raw meats can contain harmful bacteria, posing a risk to your dog's health. Always consider safety when choosing your dog's diet.