What is the reason for poor tolerance of natural food, in particular, meat?
Quite often, owners report poor tolerance of raw meat. The dog has diarrhea or vomiting, which complicates the process of natural feeding or makes it even impossible. This fact does not mean that meat is bad food for the dog and therefore harmful, but this is due to the fact that raw meat requires maximum efficiency of the dog’s digestive tract, in particular, the stomach, where the main digestion of lumpy meat occurs. Thus, intolerance to raw meat indicates the presence of diseases in the dog in a variety of ways and in most cases it is-reduced acidity, hypoacid, anacid gastritis, when the stomach does not cope with what it should cope with. In other words, the dog is sick. Dry same fodder, so as not contains native meat (only large peptides-elements protein structure meat) not requires gastric digestion at all, can be said, that under dry diet stomach at all dog not need. All that is required from the dog is to eat the food and suck in the nutrients available in it with a small participation of intestinal juice and pancreas.
The fact of meat intolerance is often misinterpreted by both animal owners and doctors in favor of a natural diet, which causes owners to transfer a dog or cat to a dry diet. The absence of problems in the dog is perceived as health, but in fact it is not. Some doctors recommend switching to a dry diet for the purpose of not wanting to treat the dog’s difficult-to-treat condition (this is easier). However, it is fair to say that sometimes switching to a dry diet will solve the problem when the dog is terminally ill or too old to be treated painstakingly, but only sometimes, and not in all cases, as it is now.