What if I told you that 90% of ALL canine diseases — cancer, diabetes, heart disease… have a common cause, an underlying pathology, and that it’s scientifically possible to prevent almost ALL of them?

That sounds crazy, right?

But what if it were true?

…What if all disease truly does originate from a single source… a solitary cause?

What if disease doesn’t just happen to our dogs? What if one definite preventable cause is the reason our dogs are getting sick… and even dying?

What if the problem were as obvious as your dog’s food?

Suddenly, you find that your dog’s seemingly unexplainable behaviors and ailments are no longer a mystery.

Have you noticed:

  • Your dog’s energy level is lower than ever before
  • Your dog’s stress level is higher than it should be
  • Your dog always seems to be hungry or never wants to eat
  • Mystery hotspots, skin conditions, and crankiness plague your once happy pup

We all want our dogs to live long, healthy, happy lives, right?

Then why are so many pet parents overlooking this glaring problem?

The solution is simple once you understand how your dog’s body functions differently than your own.

The simple truth is dogs aren’t meant to eat:

  • high heat treated foods
  • starches, carbohydrates, and byproducts
  • highly processed foods
  • sugar
  • non-food substances
  • chemicals, additive, and pesticides
  • medications, antibiotics, and steroids

Yet all these ingredients can be found in your average bag of dry commercially prepared kibble bought from the nearest grocery store.

You can read more about MYTHS about kibble food on our my latest article.

Hi, my name’s Agota and I’m a mother of four (shelter dogs), entrepreneur, and a founder of biohacking dog food company called DOG 2.0. Past few years I set out to find out the truth about dog food when my beloved Ferdinando the pug was diagnosed with Syringomyelia(spinal disorder), he barely walked and couldn’t control his poop… So doctors suggested to PUT HIM DOWN, BUT I REFUSED TO GIVE UP!

I was stunned by what I found when I took the time to google and call to vets, nutritionists around the world to find out why so many dogs are getting sick.

It turns out that the vast majority of dogs today are missing a vital element of their natural nutrients.

That’s why I switched to ketogenic diet, not only for my pets but for myself too.


A ketogenic diet is typically defined as a high-fat, moderate protein, and low-carb diet, but it goes beyond that. The true meaning of the ketogenic diet is any nutritional approach that encourages the body to produce ketones.

What are ketones? Ketones are simply short-chain fats that are produced in your liver to be used for energy.

Eating ketogenically and using ketones for fuel has been shown to provide a host of overall health benefits, including increased cognitive function, improved insulin sensitivity, and enhanced performance.


In our family dogs are fed ketogenic or low carb diet as it’s very similar to an ancestral diet and closely replicates how a canine might eat in the wild. It does not include rendered or high heat processed fats or proteins. Most fruits, starchy vegetables like potatoes or corn, and grains like rice typically don’t t into the diet’s macronutrient requirements.

Meals for your dog should be administered twice a day — once in the morning and once in the evening.

We recommend to use ground beef mixed with prebiotic/probiotic fiber and fibrous veggies like asparagus, brussels sprouts, cabbage, green beans and broccoli. The meals get an extra fat boost from MCT Oil, Coconut oil, unsweetened coconut cream as well as heavy cream, cream cheese, and avocado oil. There’s no room for kibble or other traditional dog foods in the diet and that’s key to their treatment.

I know it sounds luxury and complicated…

That’s why we created ketogenic and low carb food. Created by the high-performance formula to power your dog’s gut, mental sharpness & metabolism. But if you have enough time and small organic farmers around your area we encourange you to prepae this food by yourself!

Remember: the key to getting your dog into ketosis is in how you control their calories and macronutrient intake (proteins, carbohydrates, fats).


The diet looks like this: 80 to 90% fat (oil such as coconut, olive or MCT), 5 to 15% protein (beef) and 5% carbohydrates (vegetables). Yes, the diet is extreme, but with reason.

It’s predicated on the Warburg theory, put forth by Otto Warburg in 1924. Warburg hypothesized that cancer feeds on sugar (which is what carbohydrates break down to) but that it doesn’t process fats well. The takeaway: cut out the sugars/carbs and you’ll slow or stop cancer.

So, the idea is to essentially eliminate the only fuel source cancer cells can really use — glucose. The hypothesis theorizes that starving the cancer cells from glucose it should stop metastasis (tumor growth).

I honestly, encourage people around the world to take a more active role in improving the health of their canine companions, and although a ketogenic diet in veterinary oncology has not yet gained widespread adoption, it is starting to receive more and more attention.

With unconditional love,



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