How To Raw Feed Your Boxer

— In 7 days —

Want to feed your Boxer a natural canine diet but don't know where to begin?

Contrary to what dog food companies would have us believe, feeding your dog is not so complicated that you have to outsource the job.

Dogs successfully fed themselves for a million years before domestication, without micromanaging nutrient profiles or adding synthetic supplements.

You are more than capable of feeding your own dog.

This 7-day FREE e-course is designed to get you up and running with raw feeding, so the benefits can start flowing to your Boxer.

  • Grounded in solid research and hands-on experience with the Boxer breed
  • No complicated recipes or regimes — just fresh, real food
  • Practical, step-by-step information, with the ability to ask questions

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About Me

Hi, I'm Jane Cowan. I am a medical school dropout from way back, former investigative journalist of 20 years, Boxer owner and author of Supercanine: How to Raise a Healthier Dog or Revitalize a Sick One

I researched raw feeding extensively in order to make the transition with my own Boxer, applying all my journalistic training to check and cross check, tracing information to its source. 

I came to raw via a winding path from kibble to canned through "prescription" diets and on to dehydrated raw, pre-made grinds ... you name it. 

I'm a little embarrassed to admit that for a while I even hired a veterinary nutritionist to design home cooked recipes specifically for Shiva... until I learned how little resemblance this food bears to a natural canine diet.

We are now four years down the road and finally have the clarity that would have made those early stages so much less stressful. 

I hope that our experiences can save you and your dog some of the detours and missteps. 

These days I focus on Boxer health and wellbeing full time, through the Boxer Dog Diaries. Along the way, my articles have featured in publications including Dogs Naturally Magazine and The Bark.