Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Cotswold RAW in a partnership with Philp eCommerce to provide you the most up to date facts, helping you make better informed decisions. All opinions in this article are my own.
If you’re interested in changing your pet’s diet to something much healthier, perhaps you are considering Biologically Appropriate Raw Food, also known as BARF. Such pet food generally consists of fresh raw meat and bones alongside seasonal fruit and veg as well as natural minerals, all of which are intended to imitate a dog’s natural diet.
The benefits of switching to a raw a diet for your dog are numerous. Not only will they have a healthier skin and a shinier coat, they will also benefit from stronger joints and bones, an improved level of oral hygiene, a more balanced and lean body mass, and a better overall temperament.
Cotswold RAW are proud to offer complete meals which are naturally high in all the good stuff your pet needs such as natural enzymes, protein, minerals, vitamins and essential amino acids. As dogs and cats are canivores, their teeth, jaws and digestive systems are biologically pre-disposed to a diet high in natural prey. Cotswold RAW complete meals confer all the benefits of a natural diet with the ease and convenience of a ready meal which can be delivered direct to your door in sausage or mince form.
The Cotswold RAW recipe has been carefully designed by expert canine nutritionists to ensure the ideal proportions or raw meat and vegetables. They offer three different feeding solutions depending on your pet’s particular needs. The standard recipe adheres to the 80/20 rule which is 80% raw, meaty bones complemented by 20% fresh fruit and veg. If you have a working dog who needs that little extra bit of energy, their 90/10 recipe is recommended which is slightly higher in meat. If your pet needs to lose a little weight, we’d advise you try out the 70/30 recipe which is lower fat and works well with all kinds of breeds.
The Cotswold RAW website makes it incredibly easy to shop for raw pet food online. Aside from this, it’s also a great resource for learning in more depth the advantages of switching your pet to a raw diet if you’re not already a convert. There are tutorials on how to feed raw as well as FAQs and more information on feeding your pet a raw diet.
If there’s any information you can’t find on their site or the FAQ is missing your particular query, don’t hesitate to contact Cotswold RAW by phone or email to learn more. Whether you have a question about a particular product or a general enquiry regarding raw food in general, the passionate and knowledgable staff at Cotswold RAW will be delighted to hear from you.