Raw Feeding Advice

At Paleo Ridge we want all our customers to have the best, most up-to-date advice. This will ensure you can raw feed with ease, and that your dog can thrive on a natural raw diet.

Switching to a raw, species appropriate diet has incredible benefits for your dog’s immune system and general health. In this section, we will give you scientific and evidence-based facts that support the importance of feeding raw.

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Why Feed Raw?

By feeding a natural species appropriate diet, your dog will thrive. Raw food is packed full of all the essential nutrients needed for a balanced diet. With no nasty additives or preservatives, you can be sure your dog is eating the healthiest and best diet possible.

Feeding raw offers many great benefits, some of which are;

  • glossy coat with zero or little odour
  • reduced itching, licking and scratching
  • optimum immune system
  • better oral hygiene and teeth
  • improved behaviour and vitality
  • reduced allergies and intolerances
  • less tummy upsets
  • healthy digestion and much smaller stools
  • last but not least fussy dogs become very unfussy dogs

By feeding raw, you are making the best decision to ensure a happy, healthy life for your four-legged companion.

95%* of those who switch to raw, say they would never go back! Make the switch today and change your dog's life forever.

In a poll carried out on social media, *95.5% of 600 dog owners voted that they would never go back to feeding a processed diet after switching their dog to raw.

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"Switching to raw meant that I lived for another 7 years after being diagnosed with terminal cancer."

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Further Reading

14th October 2023

Autumn (especially October) is the time when Pumpkins are abundant and not only for carving and putting a candle in! These vibrant fruits have wonderful benefits for your dog, read on to find out more.

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11th October 2023

Adding to the scenic autumnal walks are colourful and vibrant mushrooms. Despite their beautiful appearance, they can be dangerous to dogs. Read on to find out more.

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10th October 2023

Harvest Mites are abundant during August - October and can cause great discomfort for your dog. In this blog, we explain what they are, symptoms and how to prevent them.

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08th October 2023

Antifreeze tends to make an appearance during the Autumn months, most commonly used for our cars however, this substance is incredibly dangerous to dogs. Read on to find out what to do if your dog comes into contact with the toxic substance.

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07th October 2023

With the temperature dropping quite significantly, it's important to keep your dog active and warm during the winter months, especially for senior dogs. In this blog, we will discuss why and give some helpful tips.

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05th October 2023

Autumn is a beautiful time of year for walks, however, beneath the leaves can be horse chestnuts and acorns which are toxic. Read on to find out how you can avoid these and what to do if your dog ingests them.

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