I don’t talk much about what we feed Koly and Fe here on the blog.
While I am a passionate raw feeder and I credit raw feeding with turning Felix from a gross, allergic mess into a happy, healthy thriving boy, I don’t believe there is much to be gained from jamming it down people’s throats. Raw feeding isn’t for everyone and I respect that. Plus, there are a ton of resources out that that discuss raw feeding much better than I ever could and I just don’t feel comfortable advising people how to feed their dog from a distance. Just like with humans, there is no one right answer that works for every dog.
That being said, there are a few really cool things that I’ve discovered since becoming a raw feeder that even kibble feeders can use.
For example, check out this handy tub of ground veggies.
Yeah, raw feeders are really onto something here! Many people believe in mixing a small amount of veggies into their dog’s raw food. (Other’s don’t. This is a personal choice and there is no wrong answer.) We believe that no matter what you feed your dog, veggies can make a healthy, tasty addition to their meals and, when done right, they can help add nutritional value, but I don’t always want to cook for ME. You can imagine that I don’t always want to cook for the dogs either.
Luckily, many raw food manufacturers make ready to serve veggie only mixes and sell them alongside their raw dog food. Kibble feeders can totally use these ground veggies too.
Do you want to amp up your dog’s kibble? Just mix with a tablespoon of veggie mix and serve. It’s that easy to add healthy, dog friendly veggies to your dog’s diet. No cooking. No clean up.
Just simple, easy healthy veggies for your dog. That’s something everyone can love.