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About Pets Love Raw Food
I’m Thomas Sandberg, the owner of Long Living Pets Research Projects, a 30-year one-of-a-kind study into the benefits of feeding raw food to dogs. I follow 1000 (soon to be 5000 dogs and 2000 cats) from around the world, they are all fed a raw food diet. I’m also researching natural approaches to preventing cancer in dogs, and I help dogs that have cancer using a protocol I have developed over the last 16 years.
The purpose of this study is to compare the longevity and cancer incidents in this group with the current statistics. I’m 16 years into this study, and the initial results are no short of amazing. I found that dogs live longer healthier lives; some have even doubled their expected lifespan. The incidents of cancer among raw fed dogs dropped dramatically from 40-50% to less than 5%. These results based on the first 15 years are so mind blowing that I decided to add 1000 (2014-2015) dogs to this project to further confirm my findings. In 2016, I hope to add 4000 more.
‘Pets love raw food’ is a blog featuring pets that benefited from switching to a raw food diet plus other information related to raw feeding and cancer prevention. Hopefully, this will help pet owners that are sitting on the fence, undecided about taking the jump into raw feeding to see the amazing benefits this type of feeding promotes. I hope the stories featured here will help you make the decision to switch your dog or cat to a diet fit for a carnivore.
If you are unsure and not confident enough to switch and start your dog or cat on a raw fed diet, I wrote a book about that. You can find out more about it here. This book is for absolute beginners to raw feeding. It will take you through the first steps.
Included is my full support as long as you need. You will never be left alone, and you can ask all the questions you like. There is also a section that will teach you how you can drastically reduce the risk of your dog or cat getting cancer. That part is priceless in my opinion.
Do not let fear stop you from giving your pet the food it was designed for. It’s about your pet’s health! Take back the responsibility for your pet. The hardest part is to make that decision to switch. Once you have made that you will no look back. The benefits will be evident withing days.
Below you find stories from pets that benefited greatly
when switching to an all raw food diet
Husky recovering from diabetes with the help of raw food This is very interesting to me. To see a dog recovering from diabetes with the help of raw food is very encouraging since this has become an epidemic. We raw feeders are aware of the widespread...read more
GSD Recovering from immune deficiency disorder with a raw food diet 90% Improvement in skin condition after switching to raw food. Meeka (10) is a GSD that started on a raw food diet 9 years old. Meeka was diagnosed with an immune deficiency disorder, she is prone to...read more
Husky recovering from diabetes with help of raw food Sirus (10) is a Siberian Husky that started on a raw food diet 9 years old. Sirus was diagnosed with Diabetes when he was 4 yrs old. We struggled trying to manage his diabetes due to him being an irregular diabetic....read more
Atum, a 14 year old Doberman recover from testicular cancer
We switched Atum to a raw diet at 12 years old. At 11 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer; his testes were removed and he fully recovered.
Vesper's intestinal issues fixed by switching to raw food diet. Please welcome Vesper (7.8) a Giant Schnauzer from Polan that started on a raw food diet 7 years old. Switched to BARF 2 months ago because of returning problems with intestines...read more
Poor Rhodey when to poop 5 times a day on kibble Please welcome Rhodey (1) an Irish Setter from the UK that started on a raw food diet 8 months old. Rhodey is perfectly healthy. He is a show dog. He was switched to raw as he used to defecate 5+ times a day and the...read more
Are Dogs Carnivores or Omnivores? This debate does not seem to go away. Here is my view on this. Let me make one thing clear first. I'm not trying to change your mind with regards to what you believe when it comes to the question: Are Dogs Carnivores or Omnivores? I...
Are Dogs Carnivores or Omnivores? This is probably the biggest topic of discussion online. Most of the commercial kibble companies want dogs to be classified as omnivores and since they train most veterinaries they too promote this and by doing that they...
I'm always grateful for mentions and I thank Dana a dog health advocate and a blogger for her article about my study. She writes: We all agree that the biggest flaw of our dogs is their short lifespan. We all wish they could live way longer than they do. The biggest...
There are an increasing number of genetic clues from animals that could provide hints to treating aging and age related diseases, but have some of these clues already been taken too far? Source: Why some animals live for centuries and don't get cancer | Genetic...
An article was written with the title "When pets do pot: A high that's not so mighty." First I thought they were given pot for medical reasons since this is being done and I'm a part of that study. Dog's with cancer given small doses of cannabis oil has shown...