The Total Wellness Program for Pets covers a whole health approach in depth and on-demand through distance learning for those who desire to learn more.
I HIGHLY recommend this book:
The Inner Carnivore by Jennifer Lee
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Links to Raw Feeding Information
Feeding Guide for Puppies
Raw Instincts Magazine
The Germ Theory
Biological Terrain vs The Germ Theory
Biological Terrain vs. the germ Theory – another viewpoint
The Dream & Lie of Louis Pasteur
Pleomorphism of Microorganisms and Theories of Infectious Disease
Gut Biota Never Recover from Antibiotic Use: Loss Extends to Future Generations
Understanding Healing & Detoxification
Common Raw Feeding Myths
5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Reading Anti-Raw Articles
How Did Pet Food Start? And What’s In It?
Dogs Need Fruits & Vegetables?
Trouble-Shooting Dogs Not Interested in Raw Meat
Dog Doo and Cat Poop
The Pet Food Diet Deception
Dirty Secrets of The Pet Food Industry
The Alarming New Pet Food Branded by Celebrity Ellen DeGeneres
Eating All Natural: For Your Dog
The Stink on Tripe
Veterinary Naturopath Interview on Raw Food Diets
Balancing The Calcium/Phosphorous Ratio In A Raw Diet For Dogs
Is Pet Food Poisoning Our Dogs?
An Interview with Linda Zurich on Raw Feeding Cats
Removing the Fears Associated with Raw Feeding
The Truth About Dog and Cat Food
Largest Study EVER Confirms What Cats Really Want to Eatâ€¦
Dogs: The Omnivore-Carnivore Controversy
Beserk Canine Behavior & Reproductive Problems from Pet Food
Allergies & Nutrition, exactly what is the connection?
The Sick Pet Project: How Wholesome Foods Heal
Raw Food For Dogs: The Ultimate Guide for Dog Owners – an excerpt
Do Wolves/Dogs Eat the Vegetable Contents of Herbivores’ Stomachs?
The Question of Bacteria
Kibble is Kibble is STILL Kibble!
Cooked Vs. Raw Foods
Raw Diet Article
Preservation Chemicals in Dog Food
Dispelling the Myths of Raw Feeding
What Are We Really Feeding Our Pets?
The Raw Truth
Dogs Are Carnivores
Species Appropriate/Specific Nutrition: The Foundation of Good Health
100% Complete & Balanced Nutrition
Natural Rearing Vs Survival Of The Fittest
What’s in Cat Food?
Adding Up Ingredients in Pet Food
The Question of Bacteria
The true horrors of pet food revealed: Prepare to be shocked by what goes into dog food and cat food
Dirty Jobs: Green Tripe, BARF Diet
Why Your Dog Needs to Fill its Stomach on an Irregular Basis
Raw Feeding 101
Diagnostics – Raw Fed Dogs & Cats will have higher/different blood/urine values
Links to Videos
Links to Audios
Why Feed Raw Food Instead of Cooked Food To Our Pets? with Drs. Bloomer & Thomason
Small Dogs Are Carnivores Too! with Dr. Bloomer & Thomason
Tipping Away from Fear with Dr. Myrna Milani
Pet Food Recalls & Safety with Drs. Bloomer & Thomason
Pet Nutrition: Whole Advice Should You Take? with Drs. Bloomer & Thomason
The Pet Food Machine with Drs. Bloomer & Thomason
Food Additives in Human & Animal Food with Drs. Bloomer, Thomason & Bassham
Genetics and Pet Nutrition with Drs. Bloomer & Thomason
Articles I co-authored with colleague, Dr. Jeannie Thomason
More online groups to join to learn about raw feeding or to find raw meat sources
Raw Dog Food Co-ops and Local Groups in the USA
http://pets.groups.yahoo.com/group/rawk9s/ – for beginners in raw feeding
Lectures on animal nutrition are funded by dog food manufacturers – How can they give an un-biased lecture on nutrition?~Dr. Richard Allport
Health is an inevitable by-product of natural raw foods for our pets. ~William Pollak, DVM
Do you know what is in most meal, the major constituent of dry dog food? Urine, faecal matter, hair, pus, meat from animals afflicted with cancer, TB, etc. ~Wendell O. Belfield, DVM
I suppose we veterinarians who do a lot of work with skin and hair problems ought to thank the commercial pet food manufacturers for all the business they create for us. ~J. Keith Benedict, DVM
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