Providing the best natural food for your dog!
Why Raw Meaty Bones?
They have evolved over hundreds of thousands of years to eat raw meat and some of the bones of their prey. So their teeth, stomachs, digestion, appetite and anal glands all expect raw food.
But modern dog food is processed food with cereal grains in it!
And this creates health and behaviour problems.
The answer is to transfer your dog back to a Raw Meaty Bones diet.
Vav Simon's article "Diet Dangers"
in NTCA Newsletter 10
Vav Simon DC AMC MMCA MCC is clinical director of the Natural Therapy Centre for Animals and a leading veterinary chiropractor. She is fully qualified to work with both humans and animals. She treats horses, dogs and cats; some other pets; and a few farm or zoo animals, too. She has very long experience of many aspects of animal health beyond her training.
Vav has been preaching Raw Meaty Bones diet for dogs for many years. Many people were interested but asked "Where do I get it?", "How much should I give?" and "What if...?" questions and in the end, Vav decided to go into production, offering her advice during the experimental stage as people transfer to this diet.
"Having seen my dog's condition and well-being improve over such a short period – seven days – I am truly amazed." Mark Newton, Isle of Wight
"It was such a relief when I learned that the guesswork had been lifted from me with the discovery Vav and Dave Simon’s daily packs of precisely measured and customised raw meaty bones."
Sarah Starsmore, Isle of Wight
- Daily Portions - four different sizes, seven different types of meat, frozen for you to store for up to six months.
- How to Feed - meal options, preparation defrosting,
- Heath Benefits - improved digestion, better teeth, wonderful condition, better poos and less anal gland vet's bills.
- Testimonials - surprise, amazement, relief, thanks and recommendations...
- Trying the Transfer - advice on how to proceed, how dogs naturally feed and what to watch for.
- Health Checks - information about appetite and behavior changes to expect, such as hiding food, pooing, etc.
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