Your Dog Stool

Dogs that are fed raw diet pass smaller and harder stool unlike those who are fed dry kibble. Feeding good quality, raw food such as Raw Cut provide your dog with easy digestible food that produces normal firm stool and provides less risk of digestive problems such as diarrhea.

 

Did you know?

Gut flora is the collective name for the trillions of good and bad bacteria whose colonies usually co-exist peacefully in the stomach and intestines. The gut flora is like a factory that works day and night to digest food and monitor the balance between good and bad bacteria.

Excess bad bacteria are killed off so that infections don’t have a chance to flourish. If this balance is upset, the harmful bacteria get the upper hand, which weakens your dog’s immune system. What happens then? The food is not broken down sufficiently and starts to rot and ferment in the large intestine. This starts to rumble, followed by flatulence, loose stools, and diarrhea. If the problem is not resolved, it usually results in skin problems such as a smelly, dull coat and itching.