Feeding your Chihuahua a raw dog food diet may seem strange at first, until you remember that dogs are used to eating raw foods.
Before they became companions for us humans, no one was cooking their food or cutting it into helpful pieces. Despite this, there are many people who will say that today there is no place for a raw food dog diet, since dogs have been fed by humans for a long time.
While it is true that dogs have been domesticated for decades, it has only been in the last eighty or so years that we have fed our dogs processed foods. As you might imagine, this has not really been enough time for our dogs to adapt to this radical dietary change, and as a result, feeding your dog raw food diet could be a much smarter option.
Why make the switch to a raw dog food diet?
Perhaps we should not be asking ourselves why dogs would benefit from a dog raw food diet, but rather what is wrong or lacking with the current diet they are getting. If you look at most commercial dog foods, you will find that they have the following things in common:
Switching to a raw food dog diet means that you are eliminating these problems.
There are many benefits that you will see develop over time when making this dietary switch for your dog. These are just a handful of the ones that are most beneficial:
You can make the change
A raw dog food diet is not only better for your Chihuahua, but also provides financial benefits for you. We felt it would be best to provide you with two examples of items that would easily fit into any homemade dog diets.
When you create your own food with homemade dog diets, you know exactly what your dog is getting. If you worry about the food your dog eats, this is a great way to ensure that they only receive the quality ingredients you pick out yourself.
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