Evidence surrounding the feeding of natural/raw diets to dogs and cats

Nicola Ackerman
June 2016

Many pet owners seek advice from veterinary nurses and technicians on all aspects of nutrition from how to feed to what to feed; ranging from commercial diets to feeding raw diets, natural diets and home-cooked/prepared foods. Good sound evidence-based knowledge should be utilised in order to convey the advice given on all aspects of nutrition.

Evidence surrounding the feeding of natural/raw diets to dogs and cats
Evidence surrounding the feeding of natural/raw diets to dogs and cats

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