|"Tropical" fruits such as pineapple, papaya and mango. The higher levels of bromine in these fruits aid in digestion and stool formation.
Dark green or red vegetables including romaine lettuce, broccoli, radish leaves, spinach or beets. The darker or brighter the vegetable or fruit the more nutrients it contains.
Garlic is excellent for circulation, functioning of the heart and digestion. It also helps keep away parasites such as fleas, ticks, and mosquitos in the summer.
Chicken, due to its lower fat percentage in comparison to other meats, is excellent.
Whole, raw meaty bones such as chicken necks, chicken wings and raw bones containing marrow, which is necessary for blood cell reproduction.
Variety in the diet. Dogs, like humans, get bored of eating the same thing day in and day out and need variety to stay healthy.
Proper supplementation with the diet. While a raw diet is extremely healthy there are external environmental factors that can contribute to the decline of a pet's health. Proper supplementation helps combat this.