Raw Meat and Fish



For your dogs safety, you should avoid feeding it raw foods. This includes any form is raw meat, fish or eggs. You should avoid these foods because there is always a chance of parasites and bacteria living in raw foods. Parasites can cause bad stomach diseases which in some cases can lead to death if left untreated for weeks. Therefore, it is better to cook the meat before feeding it to your dog.

Bad stomach diseases show up as symptoms that include vomiting, fevers, and swelling of lymph nodes. You may also notice that your dog may seem lethargic and have a loss of appetite. So if you notice these symptoms, take your dog to a vet quickly. Always remember that the extra effort invested in cooking the meat first before feeding will pay off in the end.
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