You might not think fruits and vegetables for dogs are controversial. But they are …
Many vets don’t think dogs need vegetation. Although some might tell you to add canned green beans to your dog’s kibble if he needs to lose weight!
A lot of raw feeders think dogs don’t need vegetables too. They think an all-meat diet is enough to give their dogs all the nutrients they need.
If you think your dog doesn’t need vegetation, I’m hoping to change your mind!
I recruited the help of veterinarian and raw food pioneer Dr Ian Billinghurst …
Dr Billinghurst is the author of the groundbreaking book Give Your Dog A Bone in 1993 and Grow Your Pups With Bones in 1998.
He’s famous for creating the concept of BARF (Bones and Raw Food or Biologically Appropriate Raw (or Real) Food), and in 2001 he released his third book The BARF Diet.
And he’s going to share his Top 11 Reasons to feed your dog fruits and veggies with you …
Please read this complete article HERE
Here is what I do:
I put veggies (mostly cauliflower, kale, carrots, spinach) into a blender/food processor)and mince the vegetables.
I ad one full teaspoon nightly to each of my Paps meal.