Whether or not to feed your dog or cats a raw pet food diet is one of the most controversial pet topics there are. Those who understand about the natural diets of animals and along with the benefits of feeding a raw pet food diet are often large supporters of this. Those who are completely appalled and disgusted by this idea usually have very little understanding about the safety of it.
Producers of the safest raw pet food produce meat that is more thoroughly tested via HPP (high-pressure processing) known as the “kill step) to ensure there is no bacteria such as salmonella and E. coli. This process is not done for the meat we buy at supermarkets because we are expects to cook it to kill any such pathogens.
Feeding high quality raw pet food to your pets is safe if they have followed the proper procedures of testing. It is also proven to leave them healthier, more energetic and with a more beautiful, shinier coat. Nutritionally, it has been shown that raw diets are the most wholesome for pets. Along with home cooked diets provided they are properly balanced diets that play a huge part in the wellbeing of the pet.
We’ve discussed a bit about raw pet food, so what is the main difference between raw pet food and cooked pet food? Continue to the Next Page to read more.