Hello again Benyfit Natural friends! Welcome to our Good Doggy Blog, written by my good self, Woody the Rhodesian Ridgeback. Not only am I the Benyfit Natural blog paw-thor, but also taste tester of all-new recipes, office newshound and general dogsbody. And I do it all for the love of food, tummy rubs and to help share the raw dog food excitement with my doggy friends.
I can’t understand why every doggy parent doesn’t feed us perfect pooches with raw food. I know first-paw just how delicious and bowl-lickingly tasty it is. I can also see how many health benefits it has – Benyfit Natural recipes are all nutritionally balanced and are good for my skin and coat, teeth and gums, digestion and poo, all the while keeping me in tip-top good health and at the perfect weight. But some pawrents do have reservations when it comes to the question "What Is Raw Feeding For Dogs?", mainly because they haven’t been told the facts about raw dog food.
I’ve been researching some of the most common raw feeding for dogs myths and have got some great answers that I hope will put all minds at rest.
Well, I could go on, but I hope I have answered some of your most burning questions. If there’s anything else raw-related that you’re not sure about, or want some reassurance, please pick up the dog and bone and call my human colleagues in the Benyfit Natural team on 01892 770188.
(Mochi the St Bernard / image source - Pinterest.com
The tallest dog ever is Zeus, a Great Dane from Michigan, USA, who measured 1.118 m tall. He weighed 70.30 kg and ate around 13.5 kg of food every two weeks. His owners would have needed a lot of freezer space to keep up with that appetite!
Until next time on the Good Doggy Blog, woofs and kisses from Woody x