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Feeding a dog is a very important and responsible task that is initially the responsibility of the breeder and then the caretaker. The choice of diet for a dog depends on its proper growth, development, functioning in adulthood and comfort during aging.


Therefore, in our breeding, we place great emphasis on the best balanced nutrition. Both adult dogs and puppies are fed the BARF diet enriched with Lunderland supplementation.





BARF is an abbreviation of the English name of this feeding method - "Biologically Appropriate Raw Food". It can be translated as "biologically suitable raw food". As the name suggests, the basic premise of the diet is to provide your dogs with meals made of natural, raw ingredients. This method of feeding assumes that the digestive tract and the entire physiology of the dog have not undergone excessive changes in the process of domestication, and the nutritional needs of today's quadrupeds are still similar to their close relatives - wolves .


The BARF diet assumes that the dog should be fed almost exclusively with animal elements. The diet consists mainly of meat, bones and offal. The more ambitious barfarers treat their dogs with whole animals, fed with fur, claws or feathers - this model of nutrition is called Whole Prey and is not a mandatory part of the BARF diet. Animal products may (but do not have to) be supplemented with a small addition of vegetables and fruits. Barfishers also use numerous supplements to replenish the deficiencies of certain ingredients in meat that comes from industrial livestock farming.


Another important piece of information is that the BARF diet does not have one universal menu. This model of nutrition assumes that each pooch is different, and the diet should be adapted to his individual needs. Both the dosage of food and the composition of meals are selected mainly by observation of the animal, supplemented with extensive blood tests performed at least once a year. This approach guarantees that the animal fed with the BARF diet will be well nourished, and the diet will adequately support the pet not only in its daily functioning, but also in the case of pregnancy, illness, weakness or food allergy (source: diet-barf / )



We know that not everyone has the time to properly lead a dog on the Barf diet, so when reserving a puppy, we agree on the form of feeding the puppy. This does not mean, however, that the dog will be reared on dog food, but only that it will also get used to good-quality dry and wet food.

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