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Your dog is a wild animal that has been domesticated (some more than others). And, as with humans, any species' best diet is its native one. And a dog's native diet? MEAT. Additionally, many would attest that raw meat is optimal. Unlike humans, dogs are not generally susceptible to things like salmonella and e-coli. You and I might regularly eat raw meat if our systems could handle it - but we need to cook our meat to kill the bacteria that have the potential to devastate our digestive systems.
Originally posted by Urantia1111
hello ATS. coming up on 2 years memberhood and i finally had a vision for my first thread. hope you enjoy.
im a pet-owner (2 dogs,1 useless cat) and i have started to think more about their health lately, so i began a light investigation regarding how crappy nutritionally pet foods can be. id heard some of the more commercially available/popular brands might not be the greatest, and i want to do what i can for these three lives that im basically in charge of.
i ran a rudimentary experiment by upgrading the dog food, and im noticing marked improvements. this got me thinking about these threads illustrating pretty clearly how were all slowly being poisoned by our own food and environment strictly for the wallet-fattening effects it has on the Medical Industrial Complex. my question for your consideration is: do you think this conspiracy extends to our pets? ie. could THEIR food be designed to cause problems so that demand for veterinary care is kept high?
thanks everyone in advance for responses and opinions
my question for your consideration is: do you think this conspiracy extends to our pets? ie. could THEIR food be designed to cause problems so that demand for veterinary care is kept high?