Nick Thompson Interview

Following the success of the previous raw feeding vet interview, I recently had the opportunity to interview the Holistic vet himself, Nick Thompson. Nick is a fully trained vet with over 23 years experience, he has also trained in homeopathy, acupuncture, natural nutrition and veterinary herbal medicine. We ran through topics such as vets, supplements, vaccinations and raw diets, read through …

Raw feeding in 2015

Raw feeding has come a long way over the years and today it’s more popular than ever, but what about next year? Here are a few predictions we’re making for the year ahead ranging from vets to dog food companies. Raw going mainstream Feeding a raw diet has been a rising trend throughout 2014 and this will only continue into …

Small and toy breed dogs can eat raw too

Many toy and small breed owners aren’t aware that their dogs can not only eat a raw diet, but will thrive on it. This is especially important in smaller dogs as oral hygiene is key to prolonged health. Periodontal disease affects over 87% of dogs over the age of three (source, and a very informative read), and is prevalent in small …

Our favourite raw feeding Facebook groups

If you love talking about raw feeding, sharing stories, or just looking at cute pictures of puppies then Facebook is where you need to be. There are hundreds of raw feeding Facebook groups ranging from small town local sites to thriving global communities with members from all four corners of the world. Here’s a brief run through of our favourite groups, you should definitely check them …

What is raw feeding?

People often forget, but dogs have been eating a raw food diet long before the invention of kibble. Wild dogs survive by catching and scavenging their food and will consume almost anything, bones, fat, muscle, flesh and organs. Dogs were designed to eat raw food We’re all aware that dogs evolved from wolves, however their gastrointestinal systems are still the same as they have ever been, …