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Welcome to Power Paw Products, where nutrition & science promote the health and well-being of your cat or dog throughout their life span.

The closer the food we feed is to its whole, unprocessed, natural state, the better it is for our cats and dogs.

A good raw diet contains raw meat, bones, and some organ meat.

The benefits of raw include cleaner teeth and breath, healthier skin and coat, elimination of smelly stools and fewer allergies. All which lead to fewer visits to your vet.

Sources:

Belfield, Dr. Wendell O., DVM, "Raw Meat Diets for Companion Animals?" Your Animal's Health http://www.belfield.com/article11.html Belfield, Dr. Wendell O., DVM, "Food Not Fit For A Pet", Your Animal's Health, volume 3 http://www.belfield.com/article3.html Belfield, Dr. Wendell O., DVM, "Skin Allergies - A Nutritional Approach to Treatment", Your Animal's Health, July/August 1997. http://www.belfield.com/article6.html Billinghurst, Dr. Ian, B.V.Sc., B.Sc.Agr., Dip.Ed. (Australia). Give Your Dog A Bone, 1993. Lonsdale, Tom. Raw Meaty Bones: Promote Health. Rivetco P/L (2001) McKay, Pat. "Healthy Foods! Happy Dogs!" http://www.patmckay.com/ New, Lesley. BSc. Nutrition and Food Sciences, University of Alberta, "Salmonella Facts for the Health of You and Your Pet" Olson, Lew. "Anatomy of a Carnivore". B-Naturals Spring 1999 Newsletter. Volhard, Wendy. "Canine Nutrition - Volhard Holistic Care". September 9, 2003. http://www.volhard.com/holistic/artbywv.htm#nut http://www.dianeschuller.com/dogs_on_raw_diet.html




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