Marysville, WA (March 15, 2018) – North America’s leading blog about raw feeding for dogs, Keep the Tail Wagging®, has announced their first annual National Raw Feeding Week. This will be a 7-day information-packed event, taking place from April 1 to April 7, 2018. At this event, raw feeders around the world unite to share the benefits of DIY raw feeding and adding fresh food to a dog’s diet to raise a healthier, happier pet. During this week-long event, raw feeders will be sharing their experiences through social media posts, blog posts, videos, and more.
Kimberly Gauthier, the dog nutrition blogger behind Keep the Tail Wagging®, transitioned her dogs to a raw food diet in 2013 after years of seeking help for her dog, Rodrigo. Through Kimberly’s experience with her dog, she found that feeding a specie-appropriate diet of raw and fresh food, not only helped cure Rodrigo’s illnesses, but also provided the following benefits:
• healthy skin and shiny coat
• clean, white teeth
• fresh breath
• healthy digestive system
• stronger immune system
• decreased allergies
• healthy body weight and muscle mass
• no doggy odor
• smaller, less smelly poop
• fewer vet visits
The National Raw Feeding Week will also serve as a Raw Feeding 101 course to inform pet parents about raw dog food for beginners. This will help them to understand that each dog’s diet should be adjusted based on their individualistic needs and may include whole food supplements to account for nutrients not found in the meat and bone.
Dog Nutrition Blogger, Kimberly Gauthier, had this to say, “Raw feeding is biologically appropriate for dogs and, the reason it worked so well for Rodrigo, is that he was no longer on a diet that was promoting an inflammatory reaction in his system that suppressed his digestive health, his immune system, and more.”
During National Raw Feeding Week, pet lovers will not only read about raw feeding for dogs and the experiences of raw feeders, but Kimberly Gauthier will be hosting a series of FREE videos from experts in the dog nutrition, veterinarian, and raw feeding communities who will cover a Raw Feeding Guide:
• How to learn about raw feeding
• How to balance a pet’s raw diet
• How many eggs we can feed a medium sized dog each week
• Raw feeding for cats, etc.
For more information, visit http://KeepTheTailWagging.com/NRFW2018
About Keep the Tail Wagging
Keep the Tail Wagging® is one of the leading dog nutrition blogs in North America. It covers topics like raw feeding for dogs, raising dogs naturally, and raising littermates successfully. Launched in 2011 as a blog sharing one person’s love of dogs, Keep the Tail Wagging® has grown along with Kimberly Gauthier’s knowledge of species-appropriate diets for dogs. Today, Keep the Tail Wagging®blog posts receive over 200,000 views each month from dog parents who want to learn how to feed a raw diet to their dogs. It has also expanded to a Facebook page, a Facebook group – Raw Feeders “Kicked Out” Club – a YouTube channel, local workshops on raw feeding, and a book published in August 2017, A Novice’s Guide to Raw Feeding for Dogs, currently available on Amazon.com. Visit http://www.keepthetailwagging.com to learn more.
About Kimberly Gauthier
Dog Nutrition Blogger, Kimberly Gauthier, is the author of A Novice's Guide to Raw Feeding for Dogs, a book that shares her experience raising four dogs on a raw food diet and includes the benefits of raw dog food, transitioning dogs to raw dog food, sourcing proteins and ingredients, supplements she adds, raw dog food recipes, and more. Kimberly's passion for blogging and raw feeding is inspired by her dogs and can be seen on her blog Keep the Tail Wagging®. She looks forward to writing more books that help dog parents raise happier, healthier dogs. She lives in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, adores superhero movies, the Real Housewives, podcasts, Audible, dodging GOT spoilers, and spending time with her friends.
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