BARF bases for dogs


Barf for novice dogs

The basics of a raw diet for dogs

If you are reading this you have already taken a big step towards the happiness of your furry friend. You may have read hundreds of articles and seen thousands of photos on Instagram of dog bowls full of color and ingredients worthy of a Michelin star. Surely you will have a mental mess about quantities, percentages and ingredients, the same thing happened to us... and that's why we want to tell it to you in the simplest way possible. Preparation: We start with 3 basic principles
Follow your common sense;
Use local and seasonal products, if you don't eat kangaroo, your dog doesn't need it either;
Less is more, a few ingredients combined properly are better than many uncontrolled ingredients.
You have already seen here the different ingredients and families that make up the raw diet or BARF, but we are going to clarify the quantities for dogs that are in good health.

REMEMBER THAT BALANCE IS ACHIEVED OVER TIME, RATIONS DO NOT HAVE TO BE EXACT EVERY DAY *If you notice that your dog suffers from constipation or his stools are very hard, reduce the amount of meaty bones in his diet and increase the other components proportionally.

· After these basic concepts about the raw diet, we recommend you read this section about the transition to BARF. · You may also be interested in this article about fasting for dogs. *This article has been written based on our knowledge and unconditional love for dogs and cats, but at no time does it replace the advice of a veterinarian. The CRU will be happy to try to resolve any questions you may have, but if your pet suffers from any pathology, we recommend that you consult with a registered veterinarian. Share: