Learn: Raw Food Benefits, Directions, Instructions, & Transitioning To Raw Pet Food

Benefits of a Raw Food Pet Diet

Raw feeding isn’t new and it isn’t a trend. Pets have been enjoying a raw food diet since the dawn of time. With the introduction of dry pet foods many pet owners have opted for the processed, dry, store-bought option. At ROAR we believe there is a better way.

There’s a wealth of research that has been done on the benefits of raw pet food with healthier, shinier coats, increased vitality, cleaner teeth, a stronger immune system and smaller stools just some of them.

To find out more about the researched benefits of a raw pet food diet check out some of our resources listed below.

Directions For Use

When you choose from our product range your ROAR pet food will arrive ready for your pets to enjoy.

Full instructions are included on the packaging and when it leaves us it’s nothing but pure, raw, freshness that has been frozen and is ready for your pets to devour. All ROAR mixes should be stored in the freezer and, when ready to be used, defrosted in the fridge.

Once opened, we recommend that it is consumed within 3 days. Your ROAR mixes will come in our handy re-sealable containers that can be stored in the refrigerator for clean ease of use. Of course, ROAR mixes are not intended for human consumption.

Feeding Instructions

We always recommend, for the healthiest pets, that ROAR should be fed as part of an assorted diet. In fact, if you select from across our range of delicious mixes you’ll find most of what your pet needs in ROAR. Each of our mixes have been blended to provide specific medicinal benefits.

We recommend feeding your pet 3% of their expected adult weight.

And, of course, in the interests of good hygiene, don’t forget to wash hands and surfaces with soap and hot water before and after feeding.

Transitioning Your Pet To Raw Food

If your pet has been on a dry diet we recommend transitioning them across gently so that their digestive systems have the time to adapt. For most dogs we recommend a 1-2 week transition period:

Day 1: Use the new raw food as a treat. Keep an eye on the condition of your dog’s stool.

Day 2–4: Increase the number of raw food treats over the next several days. Continue to monitor stools.

Day 5: If the stool is normal, replace one whole meal of old food with the new food.

Day 5–7: Do this for several more days. If the stools remain normal, stop the old food and feed the new food permanently.

Find out more about transitioning your dog to a raw food diet. Or feel free to contact the team at ROAR for advice and tips on healthy feeding.