As gross as it may sound a barf pet diet is nothing to be grossed out about at all. In fact, this is something completely healthy and clean. Barf refers to Bones and Raw Food that you feed your dog or cat. Some people think that since everything is given fresh it is very demanding and hard to do. The truth is that managing a barf pet diet is very easy once you get the knack of things.
The most tedious part of managing this type of diet for any pet is the preparations. Most pet owners will find that preparations take too much time and that they will not be able to handle doing this on a daily basis. However you can actually prepare barf in advance so that you don't need to keep chopping up and mixing things with each meal. You can take one day a week to prepare all of your pet's barf and just freeze it up. This way you can just take your dog's barf and feed it when needed. Freezing raw food does not destroy or lessen the nutritional value of the food, so it is completely safe. You just need to make sure that you have enough freezer space.
To make your dog's prepared barf even more manageable, you should pack the raw food in separate containers according to the amount that your pet will consume. Disposable plastic bags can work perfectly for the job as well and are less bulky to store for those with limited freezer space. Measuring everything out and packing it individually will save you even more time and effort. Don't forget to label your individually packed barf so that you know what is in which bag; if you want you can even put what day a particular meal needs to be given. By doing this you can also have other people feed your pet even if you are not home.
There are many other ways that you can manage a barf diet for your dog. As you continue to prepare meals and feed your dog this type of diet you'll find your own tricks and techniques to help you get along. Don't be challenged by the initial difficulty of the task, instead think of other ways to make your dog's barf meals easier to do.