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False.

Modern distribution and refrigeration makes natural feeding easy and gives your pet greater benefits.

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Unlikely

You can have chemical imbalances in your pet if the diet is not well balanced, by improving your education you can make a well balanced diet. Pet-food guarantees you a balanced raw food diet ready to be served to your pet.

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False.

Leftovers are cheap (free for users) and less processed, even raw.

It is true that they do not massage the teeth and gums, as would a raw food with fleshy bones.

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False.

The cost is at the level of a processed food but raw food has much higher quality, also taking into account that you will not visit the veterinarian so much, your savings will be greater. 

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Doubtful Benefit

A raw bone diet far exceeds treats and rawhides “bones” for dogs. Dry food increases dental problems.

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False.

If they start from a young age they learn soon. Taking into account their predisposition to dental diseases, your need for prevention is greater. Bone use is positive.

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False.

Natural food has hundreds of years of existence and processed food 70 to 80 years, nature could not be wrong.

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False.

Nature tells us otherwise (carnivores have done it for millions of years).

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Rarely happens

An animal that practices with adequate bones is unlikely to have this happen.

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Rarely happens.

Inadequate bones (for example, beef bone marrow) can cause more damage. It is your duty to find the right bone for your dog.

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Rarely happens.

Perros acostumbrados tienen de forma regular heces firmes. Los huesos cocidos, agudos e indigestibles; son en su mayoría los que están relacionados con problemas intestinales.

Acostummed dogs regularly have firm stools. Cooked, sharp and indigestible bones; are mostly related to intestinal problems.

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False.

Natural diets instantly meet physical and chemical needs. 

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False.

The elimination of a processed diet and providing a natural diet has always resulted in increased health.

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Unlikely. 

Pet-food offers you a raw diet made with fresh products with the right nutrients to keep your dog healthy; No preservatives or chemicals. 

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Unlikely.

Many processed foods are unbalanced, have excess salt and protein (judged by their own standards). With a balanced raw diet, carnivores can process what is necessary to be healthy.

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