Raw diet


Feeding the raw diet



Puppies introduced to raw turkey neck
6 week old puppies
enjoying a turkey neck


GlenRoslin adults and puppies are fed a 100% natural raw diet. At 3 weeks of age, the puppies are introduced to a raw chicken/turkey neck to play with and suck on and this is a particularly lovely time to watch them. Once they are fully weaned from mum, they are fed a 100% natural raw diet, a species appropriate diet for the carnivore the dog is. This feeding program for puppy owners can be as easy as opening a can of dog food but is better for the all-round health and well being of the puppy and ultimately the adult dog it will become. We do not feed any grains as grains are one of the leading causes of skin allergies. Suggested reading and websites to visit while waiting on your Westie/Scottie concerning the diet are:


Email list for Westie owners who feed an appropriate raw diet.

Natural Alternatives: Canine Holistic Nutrition
This site is an absolute must read; it contains a wealth of knowledge on nutrition.

Dr. Billinghurst's Nutritional Diet for Dogs and the essential oils, digestive enzymes, books, videos are available through this site.

Paws and Claws Pet Pantry
GlenRoslin distributes Paws and Claws foods in a wide variety of proteins.


The Barf Diet by Dr. Ian Billinghurst

Give Your Dog A Bone by Dr. Ian Billinghurst

The Ultimate Diet for Dogs ; Cats by Kymythy Schultz

K9 Kitchen Your Dog;s Diet: The Truth behind the Myth by Monica Segal

Vaccine Guide for Dogs ; Cats ; What Every Pet Lover Should Know by Catherine J.M. Diodati, MA.

A free ebook available at PMK Organics

You can also learn to make the diet yourself, it is not difficult and the benefits to your beloved pet are well worth it. But we realize that this may not be something everyone would want to do so, there are very good prepared products available and we will ensure that you are supplied with information to assist you in locating the product nearest your home. There are discussion groups for people who feed this way, where you can share experiences and ask questions from people with immense knowledge of natural feeding.

Discussion groups for people who feed a raw diet

Yahoo Groups hosts a number of excellent discussion groups and if you have the time some of them are well worth a visit. Among them:





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