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BARF Level 1

Veterinarians and concerned dog owners have come to recognize the importance of nutrition and diet for their pets. Like us, our dog’s digestive systems are designed for natural, wholesome foods – with all the nutrients still inside. Most commercial dog foods today are the equivalent of fast food for pets – designed for convenience than for nutrition. All dry and canned dog foods – even the premium ones that use better ingredients – suffer from the same shortcomings. Many processed dog foods include grains or cereals which dogs’ digestive systems are not equipped to digest. Even the grain-free diets have been cooked in a way that destroys many of the enzymes and vitamins. What’s very important for pet owners to know is that “pet food” is a relatively new concept. The “dog food” and “cat food” you buy from the supermarket has only been around a little over a hundred years.


Certificate: NO

Duration: 5 hours

Assessments: Yes

Skill Level: N/A

Lectures: 1

Quizzes: 1

Language: English

BARF Level 1

  • BARF Level 1

    Biological Appropriate Raw Food Level 1 looks at the cell. What keeps them healthy, how toxins affect them, what is required for proper cellular nutrition, how they vibrate, and how sick cells contribute to the overall dis-ease of the body. There is only one disease, cellular dysfunction. Medicine puts a lot of different names on diseases, but the result is the same. Finding the cause of this disease through the components of the internal and external environment are the first part toward the solution. It is impossible to effectively and completely return an animal to true health without the correct internal chemical components. These components are provided by the nutrients taken in through the digestive system. This course teaches both the signs of deficiency and disease, and the means for recognizing the effects of the external environment and the internal environment. This will allow the student to see where the patient is missing the necessary components for life and to begin to treat the true cause of the disease. 

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