BARF stands for Biologically Appropriate Raw Feeding and it’s a method of feeding raw meat and vegetables to your dog or cat.
BARFing has become increasingly popular in recent years. Because of unsafe pet food production and allergies, intolerances and modern diseases, many pet owners have been switching to fresh food preparation for their furry friends.
We've put together a handy, simple BARF recipe for dogs around 20KG and you can watch the step-by-step instructions below.
The full recipe is:
- 430g Minced meat
- 25g Liver
- 25g Kidney
- 60g cooked
- Potatoes 40g
- Carrots 20g
- Apples 2 teaspoon
- Aniforte Salmon Oil
- 1g Aniforte Seaweed
- 13g Aniforte Ground beef bones
This is just one example of the many ways you can BARF your dog. Above all, it is important to supply your dog with all the important nutrients he needs for staying healthy and happy. If you're new to raw feeding, observe your dog a little more closely at the beginning of the BARF diet, so you will not miss any reactions to the change. If you are ever unsure, discuss the nutrition plan with your veterinarian or veterinary practitioner.