Pros and Cons - Dry Dog Food vs Raw Dog Food
Dry dog food
Easy to transport
An inexpensive food option
Simple to store
Long shelf life
Contains low quality by-products
Raw dog food
Better quality of life
It naturally improves your dog’s dental health
Improved weight control
Not as affordable as other dog food options
Must train a dog to go from dry to raw dog food
Raw meat requires good food handling practices
Raw Dog Food - Winner
Dogs were initially cared for and fed raw meat diets long before dry dog food became available. While raw dog food is a slightly more expensive option than dry dog food, it's preservative and chemical-free properties make it less likely that you'll have to take your dog to the vet for diet issues.
Now, don't start making raw meals for your best friend just yet. A good raw meal diet requires a mix of vegetables and fruits on top of specific raw meats that contain the nutrients that all dogs need to intake.
To get started with raw food, contact Rigos Meal, is trusted manufacturer of raw meal diets for dogs in South Florida.
Try Rigos Raw Meats Starter Kit
- Contains 7 turkey and 7 beef meatballs
- Free home delivery
- Free personal one time training
*Offer applies to new customers only