Want to try your dog on the raw food diet but don’t know where to start?

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If your dog suffers from digestive issues, or allergies, the raw food diet may be worth a try.
Potential benefits of a raw food diet:
– shinier coat
– healthier skin
– cleaner teeth and fresher breath
– higher energy levels
– smaller stools


A raw food diet for dogs typically consists of:

– Muscle meat (often still on the bone)
– Bones (whole or ground)
– Organ meats (like liver and kidneys)
– Raw eggs

PLUS Dorwest Herbal Dietary Supplements

Green Supplement – to help reduce discomfort from overheated and irritated skin.
Keepers Mix – to maintain optimum health.


Your dog’s overall diet should be made up of:
10-20% bone
70-80% meat
10% organ
We’ve put together a recommended raw meat diet guide┬áto help with getting the right balance. Or to make life a easier, you can buy one of our Complete Raw Mixes. We recommend that you add a couple of raw bones a week to make sure your dog’s teeth and gums are getting a healthy work out!

Changing to raw food

If you want to switch your dog from a dry kibble diet, over a 7 to 10 day period, swap roughly 20-30% of their dry food with raw meat each day. Gradually increase the amount until the diet is 100%.


We’ve been supplying raw dog food for a while now and our team are happy to help with any questions you might have.

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