Havers Raw Dog Food is very high quality raw food for your dog but why do I believe so strongly in feeding my own dogs a raw diet?
Quite simply because they are healthier. Before feeding Havers Raw Dog Food, I fed the dry complete foods and the reason I changed was driven by the loss of one of my German shepherds to torsion or bloat. I researched bloat and discovered that dry food soaks up the moisture in the dogs stomach, swells and stretches the stomach.
This dehydrates the dog which makes it drink a great deal of water which further stretches the stomach and over time the stomach becomes too slack and can flip, causing torsion. In the 15 years of feeding Havers Raw Dog Food. I have had several German shepherds and have had no health problems with any of them. My dogs love their food, they get so much more goodness out of it, they produce much less waste, they drink less water and their poo is hard so their anal glands are naturally squeezed!
Feeding Havers Raw Dog Food also has a positive affect on your dogs behaviour. With the absence of flavourings, colourings and preservatives, your dog is naturally calmer which makes them and you happier and easier to live with.
Most well-known dry complete dog foods contain artificial ingredients, preservatives and other indigestible ingredients which are known to cause:
- Skin allergies
- Weight loss
- Poor coat condition
- Ear infections
- Over working of your dogs kidneys, liver and pancreas
- And even behavioural problems.
A calmer dog is easier to train because a calmer dog can think more clearly than an excited or stressed dog!
Your dog will benefit from eating a raw diet, I sell a range of varieties so I urge you to consider trying Havers Raw Dog Food, your dog will love it! Click on the varieties links for a description and prices.
Havers Dog Food and Behaviour Expert
Just an update now that Remy's been on Havers natural raw dog food for three months.
Quite simply, she LOVES it, drools if made to wait for it, scoffs it, smacks her lips after and checks the empty bowl at least twice to see if it has magically refilled itself...
The Cookes, Hinckley