I didn't even know this existed, but is it any good? I found a few brands at my farm and feed store and the ingredients seemed really good. I looked at the Wellness brand...My question is, could I feed this along with my dogs regular RAW diet?
"RAW kibble" is quite the oxymoron.
Basically there is no such thing. Kibble by it's very nature needs to be cooked/processed, therefore it is not raw. There are grain-free kibbles, but thats not the same thing as raw at all.
Baloo - 5 year old black lab
Peanut - 7 year old minpin
Monster - 3-ish year old frenchie/jack, rescue
I assume that by "the Wellness brand" you mean the Wellness CORE?
That isn't raw food, it is a grain-free kibble, like Innova EVO. There are several high-end grain-free kibbles out there now and I do believe they are the best kibbles available. But still not the same as raw.
It is the Wellness brand that we were looking at. I was pretty confused when the girl kept saying "RAW" kibble. Our oldest Maggie has been on RAW for like 6 months and we love it! I just thought it would be convenient if there was such a thing...*sigh* It's a good thing that I love my doggies! Thanks for your responses!
There are some dog foods that are advertised as being the next best thing to feeding raw. I know when I cannot feed raw I will feed Natura's Evo dog food. I might try Orijen, too. I am wondering if that is what they actually mean.
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There are freeze-dried "kibbles" that are basically nothing more than freeze-dried meat. Probably closer to a raw diet than any other baked/processed kibble.
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