Why feed your pet a raw food diet?


Our pets are natural carnivores and are conditioned to eat meat and bones. Having evolved from hunting and scavenging for their food, it makes perfect sense to feed them raw meat and bone. As our pets are such an important part of our lives, we also want to make sure that they have the very best diet, thriving and living as long as possible.


A raw food diet (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food diet “BARF”) is exactly what your dog or cat’s digestive system is designed by nature to process, and feeding your pet a raw diet can ensure they get all the vital vitamins minerals and nutrients to help them remain super fit and healthy.

Here are just some of the health benefits from feeding a raw diet:
Shinier coat
Improved energy
Stronger bones, teeth and joints
Fresher breath
Healthy digestion and bowels

The experts at Natural Instinct say: “Remember, you don’t have to make the change to raw immediately. In fact it’s recommended that you introduce raw food into your pet’s diet gradually.”


Why choose Natural Instinct?

Natural Instinct has been designed to provide a balanced nutritional and delicious diet and is the no stress, no mess solution to feeding your dogs and cats raw food. The brand works closely with leading specialists and vets, providing all the information you need to transform your pet’s diet for the better. 

The brand uses fresh, human grade produce from DEFRA approved farms packed with 100 per cent British meats, poultry and fish as well as fresh fruit and vegetables which are frozen to preserve the natural vitamins and minerals. Natural Instinct food also includes natural supplements packed with vitamins, anti-oxidants and nutrients including spinach, sea kelp and Scottish salmon.

The delicious recipes include farm reared chicken, turkey, duck, salmon and white fish, specially sourced lamb that’s suitable for dogs who need to gain weight, and locally sourced beef – a favourite with dogs. They also use green tripe, a natural source of digestive enzymes that improves metabolism and boosts the immune system, as well as white tripe for those dogs with a sensitive stomach. Vegetables and fruit include carrots, butternut squash, apples, broccoli, cauliflower, curly kale, peas and parsnips.

For more information visit NaturalInstinct.com


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