he site, http://www.rawlearning.com, is a comprehensive site containing lots of information about feeding your pet the raw diet.
This diet is gaining popularity, however, there is a vast amount of misinformation floating around regarding it. This site gives the pros and cons of the diet.
From the main page, you can access a well written faq about raw feeding, a list of active email lists, information about raw feeding geared toward lay persons, veterinarians, and universities.
The list of email lists covers everything from the basics of feeding raw for dogs to more advanced topics about raw feeding breeding animals. There are lists for ferrets, cats, as well as dogs. Veterinarians have a raw feeding list, you can join the raw feeding lobby, and even report web sites which give misinformation about feeding raw.
The faq contains information on how to feed the raw diet starting with the basics to more advanced questions and issues. Emphasis is placed on looking at the “big picture’ over time instead of trying to micromanage each meal. Information related to feeding a natural diet regarding vaccinations and deworming is also available. Aditional emphasis is placed on how to feed the diet economically, and readers are urged not to waste money on premade supplements and/or premade raw meals. There is an entire page dedicated to feeding fish, and how fish is an important component of any well fashioned raw diet. The section on dispelling myths about raw feeding is very informative, listing the myths and where they got started and why they are simpley myths.
All in all, this is a great site to get started investigating feeding the raw diet to your dog, cat, or ferret! No stone is left unturned and the information available here is abundant, timely, and well worth spending some time perusing.