Revolutionary Nutrition

The BARF Philosophy follows the principles of Evolutionary Nutrition founded by Dr. Ian Billinghurst, veterinarian and animal nutritionist: Dogs and cats’ bodies have evolved to function at their best when eating a diet which mimics that of their wild ancestors: natural and raw.  It is what nature intended, to help them live a long, active & healthy life.



The BARF Philosophy

The philosophy behind feeding BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food) is that this is the diet which dogs and cats evolved to eat - over many thousands of years of evolution – and it is the best way to feed domestic pets today. This is the hypothesis accepted by most modern zoos or any zoologists concerned with preserving a species of endangered animals.

The BARF Philosophy

BARF Ingredients

Doctor B’s BARF contains only raw meaty bones, offal, veges, fruit, and other healthy foods like raw eggs, yoghurt, kelp, healthy seeds and oils and other herbs. It’s that simple… or is it?

What's in Doctor B's BARF?

Quality Ingredients Huge Benefits

The ingredients in Doctor B's BARF are specially selected for their nutrition and quality: preservative-free raw animal proteins (meats, offal, bones & cartilage) from human-grade facilities, veges & fruit fresh from farms and markets. They are carefully prepared to maximise nutritional value, which means no heat treatment, no preservatives and crushing fruits & veges to break up cell walls & make the nutritious contents accessible to the pet's digestive system.


How much BARF do I feed my pet?

Because Doctor B's BARF patties are formulated according to the principles of Evolutionary Nutrition, they may be fed as the whole diet; ideally they can be combined with varying proportions of raw meaty bones, with or without the addition of other whole raw healthy foods, such as vegetables. So how much should you feed per day?

Doctor B’s Feeding Guides

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