Think about it~ So, maybe we don't turn into a chicken after we have chicken for dinner, just like we don't turn into a cupcake after we eat one, BUT-- if you take a minute to consider what chicken consists of compared to that cupcake, you will see where I'm coming from.

When we eat what is biologically appropriate for our systems our systems thrive. When we eat things we aren't naturally meant to ingest our bodies fail us. Same goes for our dogs, even tho we don't share in the same "appropriate" foods.

It is NOT biologically appropriate for us, as humans, to consume raw chicken, correct? I think we can all agree on that. What potentially happens if we were to eat raw chicken, for example? Well anything from a slight upset stomach, or an intestinal infection, to possible death(an extreme). So, what do we do to avoid these unpleasant consequences?  We don't eat raw chicken. Simple solution--back when I was a kid, I might say to my Dad,"my stomach hurts really bad when I eat a bunch of my Halloween candy "-- his reply, "then don't eat that much".

My point here is that this is NOT  a matter of opinion. And it's not rocket science. I'm all for everyone having their own opinions but not when FACTS are at stake. Scientifically it is NOT biologically appropriate for processed dog food to be part of a dog's diet. That is a fact, just as my name is Anita is a fact. 

What kind of quality of life and longevity do you think you would have if your parents started you out as an infant on fast food and processed carbohydrates? 7 yrs full of health issues, or maybe 10 yrs spending 5 battling debilitating disease,  sounds about right. If this sounds familiar based on your experience with dog ownership please contact me and let's get your dog healthy!

"Feed me clean food that I may stay well, to romp and play and do your bidding,to hunt by your side, and stand ready, willing, and able to protect you with my life, should your life be in danger"~Trygve's Prayer