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The Truth of Harmful Bacteria In Raw Dog Food

As a Raw Pet Food Specialist, I often hear the misconception that feeding a raw meat diet can be potentially harmful to pets. This is actually a very common myth in the raw pet food industry. This is especially true for BARF® World products

All of BARF® Worlds diets go through an HPP process to eliminate these harmful bacterias, making it safe to feed your pet. Believe it or not, our raw meat diets contain less bacteria then the meat you would find at your local butcher. It also does not alter the taste or smell, to ensure the highest quality of raw meat for your pet. 

Cubed cut of raw beef

Some of the harmful bacterias that this process helps eliminate includes: 

  • E. Coli 
  • Salmonella
  • Listeria
  • Yersinia 

When handling raw meat, we recommend handling this just like you would handle raw meat you get at the grocery store. All of our raw meat is the same quality meat that we consume and is USDA grade.

Isabelle Manley

Isabelle Manley

Isabelle started with the BARF World® team in the summer of 2020. She is a Junior at GCU in Phoenix, Arizona. She is our newest Raw Pet Food Specialist. Isabelle assists in product research, marketing ads and ongoing marketing projects. She enjoys music and hanging out with her friends. She has 6 siblings, 2 half siblings, a cat named Poppy, and a dog named Jax, who are Brand Ambassadors for BARF® World.

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