But did you know your best friend’s life is at risk?
- Studies have found dogs’ lives are 11% shorter than just a decade ago
- All types of chronic diseases are on the rise
- 1 out of every 2 dogs will get cancer (and that number is growing)
The list goes on and on!
But it doesn’t have to be that way for your dog!
That’s where we come in. We’re here to help you beat the odds and make sure your dog isn’t one of the statistics.
Contact us today to get the support you need to learn how to do the “right things” to get and keep your dog thriving!
Meet The Team
Kristin founded Raw Pets Thrive and Raw Pet Digest to help pet parents learn how to keep their pets thriving, happy, and healthy naturally. Serving clients whose dogs range from top performance dogs to beloved family pets, Kristin is passionate about helping all dogs live their best lives, and giving pet parents as much time possible with their pets. She truly understands the journey you’re on, because she walks it herself every single day. With three dogs of her own, she knows just how hard it can be to find help for health issues using conventional means. Kristin is board certified by the American Council of Animal Naturopathy as a Carnivore Nutrition Consultant and a Small Animal Naturopath. She devotes her life to teaching pet parents how to keep their pets healthy.
Adam, a registered nurse, is passionate about helping all living beings live truly optimal lives. Adam has an incredible talent for coming up with great ideas that help us serve our clients better. With his focus on improving processes, he makes it easier for us to give you the information you need in a way that will be of most benefit to you.
Adam has a keen understanding of body systems and holistic health, and he’s a huge advocate for natural wellness, having witnessed first-hand the profound changes that can occur with a natural lifestyle.
Barkley, an 11-year-old English Shepherd, is one of the Raw Pets Thrive Ambassador dogs. He used to suffer from awful skin allergies, but once he started on the Total Wellness program, Barkley’s immune system came back into balance. Now, he’s 100% healthy, and he has more energy than most dogs half his age!
Barkley enjoys sheep herding, long walks and runs, barking at the mailman, spending time at the dog beach, and cuddling.
His favorite proteins? Beef, lamb, chicken, and turkey!
Elle is a 6-year-old Lhasa Apso mix. She is one of the kindest, gentlest dogs ever, but she also loves to play and run. Elle’s sparkling white teeth, bright eyes, and shiny coat…not to mention her lean, muscular shape and incredible mental ability…are perfect demonstrations of how a natural lifestyle can help a dog achieve vitality.
Elle is a wonderful ambassador for Raw Pets Thrive.
Her favorite foods vary, but lamb, venison, and duck are always hits!
Motley is a 6-year-old Portuguese Podengo. When we adopted him in April of 2015, he was in rough shape, but a raw diet and natural support soon set him right! Now, he’s a thriving, happy, healthy little guy.
Motley loves going for walks and runs, swimming in the ocean (and any lakes we find), and eating (if we’re being honest, eating is probably his favorite thing)–but he thinks jumping into our laps to get petted is pretty awesome too.
Motley hasn’t met a protein he doesn’t like, but pork, rabbit, lamb, and bison are particular favorites.
In memoriam: Cleo
Cleo, a Canaan dog mix, turned 19 on April 1, 2017. Cleo was our senior Ambassador dog and all-around awesome lady. After she started on the Thriving Senior plan around the age of 14, she went from being frail and uncomfortable to gaining strength and vitality. At meal time, even though she was 19 years old, she twirled and dashed around the house like a puppy, and then leaped out the door and practically flew to her eating spot. It was amazing to witness her continuing to enjoy life right up to the end, despite her advanced age.
Her vitality and longevity were a clear testament to the power of raw feeding and natural living.
Cleo’s favorite meals were definitely raw green tripe, rabbit, and quail.
She passed on April 26, 2017.