Best Raw Dog Food Diet

Today we are going to look at the best raw dog food diet, featuring the Viking Dog Diet. This information is contained in a 232 E Book, how to make alternative healthy treats, 5 minute a day meals, and an all in one 30 day feeding plan.

The first half of the book focuses on scientific research and case studies. The second half focuses on answering common questions, and gives details on exactly what type of diet to feed your dog.

Upon purchase, you get all the material online, and there is a 60-day money back guarantee.

They state that a raw dog food diet is beneficial to your dog and can extend their lives by years. It features all real natural, nutritious dog food. I didn’t see any specifics in either of my sources exactly what kind of food your dog will be eating on this diet, except that it is a raw dog food diet, other than it is the BARF diet (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food or also Bones And Raw Food).

The dog food you buy in the stores is processed, according to my sources. There is a reason why today’s dogs get nowhere near the record of 30 years for dog longevity. That dog was alive before we had widespread processed dog food. Processed dog food causes bad skin, cancer, digestive issues, heart issues, amongst other things.

There is a lot more of this that I found in this material, but it gets repetitive, and I like to keep my reviews short and to the point. Bottom line is, according to Viking Dog Diet, and the review company I site, is that your dog can live a happier, healthier life eating a made at home raw meat dog food diet, and avoid the many health conditions that result from a processed commercial dog food diet.

If you would like to check out this risk free book that includes the bonus material I mentioned above, check it out here!

Please feel free to comment, I will respond.


The BARF Diet For Dogs


2 thoughts on “Best Raw Dog Food Diet”

  1. My daughter has been trying to get her dog on a raw dog diet, but he isn’t having it. He’s so picky, he won’t touch it all day. We do get him food which isn’t processed and his coat is pretty shiny, but this book sounds pretty interesting. Does it have any tips on how to get your dog to eat raw foods?

    • Thanks for your comments.  Dogs can be picky when it comes to a change in their diet.  Here it is:

      Five easy steps for easing raw food into your dog’s diet:

      Mix in a little bit of raw with their regular food (dry or wet).Leave the room. Sticking around to cajole or persuade only makes it more stressful for both you and your dog.Wait about 15 minutes.  If the food is still untouched, stick it in the fridge until the next meal.Don’t feed your dog anything until the next meal.If it happens again, repeat the process the next day with fresh food.  Don’t worry – it’s perfectly all right for a healthy dog to miss a meal or two (in fact some might benefit from it!)

      I hope you find this helpful.  Have a good night!


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