The Canine Jaw & Digestive Tract: Designed for Raw Meat 126


Dry food companies have brainwashed the public into thinking dogs eat what humans eat. This is where the dietary abuse starts and the evil begins.  Going back to the basics, the domestic dogs’ skull is designed with all sharp teeth, with no ability to move its jaw side to side, they can only open and close to rip into meat and crush bones, as all other carnivores do in the wild.

The domestic dogs' skull is designed with all sharp teeth, to enable it to to rip into meat and crush bones.

The domestic dogs’ skull is designed with all sharp teeth, to enable it to to rip into meat and crush bones.


The domestic dog is designed with short digestive tracts and gastrointestinal systems, dogs are adapted to metabolize animal flesh and fat, not grains and carbohydrates, or plant matter. Today’s modern dogs (of any breed) are not only capable of eating the raw foods, but actually require it for maximum health. Wolves do not catch their food, and BBQ it. They eat raw. Introducing food a species never evolved to eat is beyond cruel. Its dietary abuse.

Short digestive tracts and gastrointestinal systems,  a distinct characteristic of carnivores, are adapted to metabolize animal flesh and fat

Having a short digestive tract and gastrointestinal system, a characteristic distintive of carnivores, canines are adapted to metabolize animal flesh and fat

Cows have a longer digestive track, designed to extract nutrients from plants.

Cows have a longer digestive track, designed to extract nutrients from plants.

The Cow is a perfect example of a creature designed to eat Plants, it is clearly designed to digest plant based proteins. When a cow eats plants it first enters the Rumen where it is given adequate time to be digested, and then passes through additional stomach chambers, and when compared to a dogs digestive track, they are clearly different, dog eats meat and the cow eats plants. So why do dry food companies market cooked foods, dead plants, and artificial ingredients in their products to our dogs?
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