Why have dogs recently been classified as Omnivores?

In our dictionaries, Mr. Webster still classifies a dog as carnivorous (flesh-eating), direct descendants of wolf (genus Canis). Perhaps this myth of defining our domestic genus Canis as omnivores has been promoted by self-serving pet food companies trying to justify turning our canine companions into “corn dogs” (a veterinarian nickname for the well apparent unhealthy dogs fed grain-filled kibble).

We believe that our domesticated genus Canis pals are still carnivores, that they prefer fresh meat, and that they thrive best on nutrition that only the raw meat diets can provide, whether eaten in the wild and/or purchased from a health conscious raw meat manufacturer like us. Unlike pet food advertisements and packaging, natural science proves that a carnivore’s natural biological make-up has not changed throughout the transition from non-domesticated animals into domesticated pets.