More people demand gluten-free, non-GMO superfoods with probiotics—for their pets

The slow food movement has trickled down the food chain.

Kimberly Gauthier, a dog owner in Marysville, Wash., is so committed to a natural diet for her pups that she now shuns store-bought food altogether in favor of a method called “raw feeding,” which she chronicles on her blog. To make breakfast for her four dogs on Monday morning, she threw an entire rabbit — complete with fur — into a meat grinder and added carp eyeballs to the mixture.

‘I really take pride in knowing exactly what my dogs are eating.’

— Kimberly Gauthier

She also fed them kefir (fermented milk) to expose them to probiotics, and supplemented the meal with trendy human foods you would find in any artisanal food market in Brooklyn or Berkeley: bone broth, turmeric and coconut oil.

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