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BARF DIET FOR DOGS - BARF DOG FOOD

Inspired by the evolutionary diet of dogs, a Barf Diet focuses on the many benefits that come hand in hand with feeding your dog a diet that is high in natural, nutritious and additive free foods.

Providing your dog with all of the essential vitamins, minerals, and proteins that they need to live an active, healthy and long life. This diet consists of meaty bones, organic meat, muscle meat and many additional elements such as seeds, vegetables, fruit, eggs, and oils, which are renowned for providing additional vitamins, minerals, fibres, and fatty acids.

Why choose a Barf diet for dogs?

Kiezebrink UK Ltd is a leading raw dog food supplier across the UK and beyond, and we champion the Barf diet for dogs due to its many health benefits.

This is because, there has been a significant amount of research that has proven that Biologically Appropriate Raw Food (BARF) diets can provide dogs with all of the essential vitamins, minerals, and proteins that that need to perform at their very best.

Miced Cow Heart - Barf Dog Food - Kiezebrink

But that’s not all… a Barf diet also comes with many other benefits including; better weight control, improved digestion, strengthened immune system, increased mobility, reduction of allergy symptoms, and shinier, healthier skin and coat.

Choose us for the very best, 100% natural Barf dog food

Here at Kiezebrink UK Ltd, we provide a huge choice of 100% natural raw dog foods that are perfect for embracing the Barf Diet for dogs.

From an extensive range of raw meats and minces, through to whole prey items, you will find all of the ingredients you need to feed your dog a wholesome and nutritious Barf diet.

Raw Deer Meat - Barf Dog Food - Kiezebrink

Nutritious Barf diet for dogs delivered to your door

We are dedicated to ensuring that you can access everything you need to feed your dog a healthy, balanced and nutritious diet in a way that works for you.

On our website, you will find a huge variety of Barf dog food products that can be delivered directly to your door. We can even deliver your order the next working day during the week, providing that you order before 11.30am. Please be aware that there must be someone available to accept the delivery or there must be a nominated safe place for it to be left.


FAQ


What is a barf natural dog diet?

BARF stands for Biologically Appropriate Raw Food. (Sometimes you will hear it referred to as Bones and Raw Food.) The purpose of this is to feed dogs the species appropriate diet that they originally would have evolved to eat. This natural dog diet consists of raw meats and uncooked, fresh greens. It is based on what scientists predict wolves would have eaten, as they are the evolutionary predecessors of dogs.


What are the health benefits of a barf natural dog diet?

There has been a significant amount of research that has proven that Biologically Appropriate Raw Food (BARF) diets can provide dogs with all of the essential vitamins, minerals, and proteins that that need to perform at their very best.


How much raw food should you feed your dog?

When working out how much you should feed your dog, you should always take its weight, age and activity level into account. For dogs on average, a quantity of 20-30gms per kg of body weight can be fed daily. For pups and lactating dogs this is higher, 40-60gms per kg of body weight, per day. 

How do I get my dog started on a raw diet?

It is typically recommended that prior to bringing in the new diet, you fast your dog for roughly half a day to a full day. This is to build up a good appetite.

If your dog isn’t used to a raw diet, then it is vital to start slowly and transition over to the new diet. It can take approximately a week, but there is no need to rush. The older your dog, the longer this may take. For example, if you have puppies, they may only need a few days.

How do I know if my dog is adjusting well to the barf natural dog diet?

 After you fast your dog to build up their appetite, the next step is to feed your dog a small amount of raw meat and monitor how your dog reacts to it. If your dog’s stools are loose, make sure that you wait until they are firm before you continue.