Lauren’s Blog

Covering topics of interest to pet owners with a focus on natural, healthy alternatives to processed pet foods.
March 1, 2019

Eliminating Food Allergies

Food sensitivities and allergies have become one of the most common pet ailments that we see when owners are looking to switch their dog to a […]
February 6, 2017

The Picky Pooch

Aside from allergies and digestive issues, one of the more common issues we are questioned about is the picky dog. While some pet owners do have […]
November 1, 2016

Training Your Dog with the Raw Diet

If you have made the decision to feed your dog a raw diet, you have likely come across the question of what you should use for […]
June 18, 2016

What is the Best Food?

One of the most asked questions about the diets we carry is which one is the best, or which one is our favourite. The answer is […]
September 5, 2015

The Pet Owners’ Guide to Choosing the Right Veterinarian

Finding a veterinarian for your pet is easy, but choosing the right one can be a difficult task. We trust veterinarians as our pet’s medical professionals so […]
June 1, 2015

What Is My Pet’s Poop Telling Me?

As a dog owner, I look at my dog’s stool daily to know exactly what’s going on with her body. Your dog’s poop provides you with […]
May 1, 2015

The Domestic Carnivore Difference – Food Feature

Domestic Carnivore started with a passion for the health and wellbeing of our pets. Gord and I partnered to share our passion with other pet owners. […]
April 2, 2015

The Domestic Carnivore Difference – Grooming Feature

When we started our raw pet food store nearly 2 years ago, we wanted to add a grooming salon that catered to caring pet owners. Our […]
March 20, 2015

The Truth on Raw Meaty Bones – Rabbit Feature

The Truth on Raw Meaty Bones Raw, meaty bones are a recommended part of a balanced, species appropriate diet. Raw, meaty bones are our dog and […]
February 1, 2015

National Dental Health Month…The Raw Truth

The American Veterinary Medical Association states that over 80% of dogs and 70% of cats over 3 years of age have some form of periodontal disease. […]