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Pet's raw food diet isn't a sig­ni­fic­ant source of in­fec­tions, shows a new study. “It was surprising to find that statistical analyses identified fewer infections in the households with more than 50% of the pet diet consisting of raw food. Furthermore, feeding pets raw salmon or turkey was associated with a smaller number of infections,” says researcher Johanna Anturaniemi.
Households feeding their dogs and cats with raw food do not consider the diet a significant source of infections | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Raw food diet for cats and dogs does not increase the risk of a household to get bacterial contamination from it.