Dogs and wolves are known as facultative carnivores. A facultative carnivore does best on a carnivorous diet, but can survive, not thrive on a non-carnivorous one. Cats and wild cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they cannot survive on a non-carnivorous diet. An omnivore really doesn’t care much either way. It eats what’s available, vegetable or meat.
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Based on the expert advise of trusted veterinarians, long-term raw freeders and breeders and my personal experience, we believe that a balanced raw diet is the most species appropriate diet option for Alaskan Malamutes, and all dogs.
Alternatively, we are happy to recommend proven, high quality kibble or home cooked diets if raw feeding isn't available to you.
Feeding a raw diet
Not sure how to get started on feeding a raw diet? Not to worry! We would be more than happy to help and guide you in the right direction!
Read this article by trusted and knowledgable nutritionist, Dr. Lew Olsen on supplementing your dog's diet.
Generally speaking, table scraps, too much sugar (natural or otherwise), spices and salty foods should be avoided.
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