Serving Raw Wild as a Meal Topper
Not ready to make the leap to 100% raw dog food?
Feed your pet RAW WILD as a topper.
The overwhelming majority of dog toppers on the market today are just more cooked or dehydrated, non-natural products. Dehydration isn’t necessarily terrible, but it does use high heat that destroys much of the nutrients that are present in raw meat. Raw deer and elk meat leave nutrients as natural and potent as possible, the way canines have eaten for the last 55 Million years. While the thought of raw meat might seem a bit unsettling, Raw Wild is packaged and feels just like the hamburger you buy in the store. And there’s nothing more natural for dogs, whose digestive systems have evolved over time to handle the raw meat (and even bones) that they would consume in the wild.
If you keep feeding the same dry dog food to your dog over a long period of time, you’re basically limiting the number and amount of nutrients your dog is getting. Your dog will always be deprived of certain necessary ingredients, such as vitamins and minerals. While most dog food has the required amount of proteins and calories, they often lack vitamins or probiotics due to the heavy processing they go through, which greatly harms their nutritional value.
RAW WILD served as a topper is one easy way to make your dog’s dry food appealing again.
RAW WILD raw dog food is full of beneficial items such as anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins, fiber, and fatty acids. It also contains a lot of moisture, which is also great for your dog’s hydration. By adding RAW WILD as a topper to the main meal, it helps make the coat shiny, improves the digestive system and makes their bodies run better. Join the many other dog lovers who feed their best friends the most extraordinary dog food on earth!