A lot of people feed what used to be known as “BARF” diet (bones and raw food) and there are many cases documented of behaviour improvements after this type of feeding.  This is possibly due to the removal of any artificial additives, preservatives and colours, known to cause problems in some dogs.

Very rarely, I have had to take a dog off raw feeding because food aggression started which wasn’t there before.

Getting it right isn’t easy, the best meat cuts are not what they eat naturally, they eat everything: skin, hair, offal etc.

See our video giving you some tips on our Videojug video channel

http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-feed-your-dog-a-raw-food-diet

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