These are the dogs participating on my project grouped by size and breed.Read more
The Odin Project (raw feeding project) is named after my Great Dane, Odin. He was born August 20th, 2011. I got him when he was 12 weeks old and I switched him to a raw food the same day. I will follow Odin and a group of dogs from around the world (currently 3500, and growing) all being fed raw meats and bones. I will keep track of them for the duration of their lives and document the results under the names 'The Odin Project' and 'Project Odin' 'Long Living Pets Raw Feeding Project'
Prior to Odin, I have had 3 Danes on a raw diet. Based on my experience and research with my own pack and 80 other dogs from 2000 - 2015, I knew I was on to something very important. The Odin Project is a continuation of my first 15 years. The second phase of this project, which began in 2015, is to increase it to 5000 dogs and 2000 cats. The by 2018 I hope to increase it further to 10,000 dogs and 5,000 cats.
Every pet has its own file that is updated once a year. I hope this documentation of the benefits of feeding raw will convince more pet owners to start feeding a raw food diet, the type of food a carnivore was designed for.
This update is for everyone participating in the raw feeding study also known as the Odin project. I do not ask for much since I understand we all live busy lives. The only thing I require is a yearly update.
I have revised the update form. If this is the first time you submit an update it will be a little more extensive. Next time it will be less.
It is important that you fill out this form as accurately as you can. You need to use one form per pet. This form is converted to an excel file and stored in my database to create a variety of reports. Your full name is excluded from these reports. Your privacy is very important to me and I will always protect it.
Please click this link to update your pet(s).
Thank you for being part of this important study. This cannot be done without your participation. I am forever grateful that you take the time to update your pet(s).
PS. I have started a new community for pet owners like you that apply natural modalities and remedies so we can help our pets live long healthy lives. It is a private community away from Facebook and the public. In this private community, we have much more freedom to share and discuss natural remedies and modalities. There is a small charge of $5/per month (or $49/year). This goes to help me continue with the studies I am involved with and also help pets with cancer at no cost. It also discouraged "trolls" from joining and disturbing the cause we all are so passionate about: Feeding our pets the food they are designed for.
You can learn more about Long Living Pets Research Academy here: http://bit.ly/research-academy
|Mix (0-25 lbs)||Small|
|Mix (26-50 lbs)||Medium|
|Mix (51-99 lbs)||Large|
|Mix (100 lbs +)||Extra Large|
|Akbash Dog||Extra Large|
|American Blue Gascon Hound||Extra Large|
|Anatolian Shepherd Dog||Extra Large|
|Anglos - Francaises||Large|
|Berger de Beauce||Large|
|Bouvier de Ardennes||Large|
|Bulldog - American||Large|
|Bulldog - English||Large|
|Bulldog - English miniature||Small|
|Bulldog - French||Medium|
|Bulldog - Great Britain||Large|
|Canary Dog||Extra Large|
|Catahoula Leopard Dog||Medium|
|Cattle dog - Austrailian||Medium|
|Cattle dog - Belgian||Large|
|Collie - Bearded||Large|
|Collie - Border||Medium|
|Coonhound - American||Large|
|Coonhound - Black and Tan||Large|
|Coonhound - Bluetick||Large|
|Coonhound - English||Large|
|Coonhound - Redbone||Medium|
|Coton de Tulear||Small|
|Dachshund - Longhaired||Small|
|Dachshund - Miniature||Small|
|Dachshund - Standard||Small|
|Dachshund - Wirehaired||Small|
|Eskimo Dog - Canada||Large|
|Foxhound - American||Medium|
|Foxhound - English||Large|
|Great Dane||Extra Large|
|Great Pyrenees||Extra Large|
|Greyhound - Hungarian||Large|
|Greyhound - Italian||Small|
|Greyhound - Sicilian||Medium|
|Griffon - Belgian||Small|
|Griffon - Brittany||Medium|
|Griffon - Brussels||Small|
|Griffon - Nivernais||Large|
|Griffon - Wirehaired Pointing||Large|
|Hound - Black Forest||Medium|
|Hound - East Russian||Medium|
|Hound - Ibizan||Large|
|Hound - Latvian||Medium|
|Hound - Norwegian||Medium|
|Hound - Otter||Extra Large|
|Hound - Pharaoh||Medium|
|Hound - Plott||Large|
|Mastiff - Argentinian||Large|
|Mastiff - Belgian||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - Brasilian||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - Bull||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - English||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - French||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - Italian Cane Corso||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - Neapolitan||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - Pyrenean||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - Spanish||Extra Large|
|Mastiff - Tibetan||Extra Large|
|Mountain dog - Bavarian||Large|
|Mountain dog - Bernese||Extra Large|
|Mountain dog - Polish||Extra Large|
|Mountain dog - Portuguese||Extra Large|
|Old Danish Bird Dog||Large|
|Pinscher - Austrian Shorthaired||Medium|
|Pinscher - Doberman (Europeon)||Large|
|Pinscher - Doberman (German)||Large|
|Pinscher - German||Medium|
|Pinscher - Harlequin||Medium|
|Pinscher - Miniature||Small|
|Pointer - Belgian Shorthaired||Large|
|Pointer - English||Large|
|Pointer - German Longhaired||Large|
|Pointer - German Shorthaired||Large|
|Pointer - German Wirehaired||Large|
|Pointer - Italian||Large|
|Poodle - Miniature||Small|
|Poodle - Standard||Large|
|Poodle - Toy||Small|
|Portugese Water Dog||Large|
|Portuguese Cattle Dog||Large|
|Retriever - Chesapeake Bay||Large|
|Retriever - Curly-Coated||Large|
|Retriever - Flat-Coated||Large|
|Retriever - Golden||Large|
|Retriever - Golden Doodle||Large|
|Retriever - Labrador||Large|
|Saint Bernard||Extra Large|
|Schnauzer - Giant||Large|
|Schnauzer - Miniature||Small|
|Schnauzer - Standard||Medium|
|Scottish Deerhound||Extra Large|
|Setter - English||Large|
|Setter - Gordon||Large|
|Setter - Irish||Large|
|Sheepdog - Belgian||Large|
|Sheepdog - Catalan||Medium|
|Sheepdog - Croatian||Medium|
|Sheepdog - Iceland||Medium|
|Sheepdog - Old English||Large|
|Sheepdog - Portuguese||Medium|
|Sheepdog - Shetland (Sheltie)||Small|
|Shepherd - Australian||Large|
|Shepherd - Australian Mini||Medium|
|Shepherd - Dutch||Large|
|Shepherd - English||Large|
|Shepherd - German||Large|
|Slovak Cuvac||Extra Large|
|Spaniel - American Water||Medium|
|Spaniel - Boykin||Medium|
|Spaniel - Brittany||Medium|
|Spaniel - Cavalier King Charles||Small|
|Spaniel - Clumber||Large|
|Spaniel - Cocker||Medium|
|Spaniel - English Cocker||Medium|
|Spaniel - English Springer||Large|
|Spaniel - English Toy||Small|
|Spaniel - Field||Medium|
|Spaniel - French||Large|
|Spaniel - Irish Water||Large|
|Spaniel - Tibetan||Small|
|Spaniel - Welsh Springer||Medium|
|Spitz - Giant German||Medium|
|Spitz - Japanese||Small|
|Spitz - Nordic||Medium|
|Spitz - Smalll German||Small|
|Spitz - Standard German||Small|
|Swiss Mountain Dog||Extra Large|
|Terrier - Airedale||Large|
|Terrier - American Hairless||Small|
|Terrier - American Pit Bull||Large|
|Terrier - American Staffordshire||Medium|
|Terrier - Australian||Small|
|Terrier - Bedlington||Small|
|Terrier - Black Russian||Medium|
|Terrier - Bohemian||Small|
|Terrier - Border||Small|
|Terrier - Boston||Small|
|Terrier - Brazilian||Small|
|Terrier - Briard||Large|
|Terrier - Bull||Large|
|Terrier - Cairn||Small|
|Terrier - Dandie Dinmont||Small|
|Terrier - Fox, Smooth||Small|
|Terrier - Fox, Wire||Small|
|Terrier - Irish||Medium|
|Terrier - Jack Russell||Small|
|Terrier - Kerry Blue||Medium|
|Terrier - Lakeland||Small|
|Terrier - Manchester||Small|
|Terrier - Miniature Bull||Medium|
|Terrier - Norfolk||Small|
|Terrier - Norwich||Small|
|Terrier - Parsons||Small|
|Terrier - Rat||Small|
|Terrier - Scottish||Small|
|Terrier - Silky||Small|
|Terrier - Sky||Small|
|Terrier - Staffordshire Bull||Medium|
|Terrier - Tibetan||Small|
|Terrier - Toy Fox||Small|
|Terrier - Welsh||Small|
|Terrier - West Highland White||Small|
|Terrier - Western||Small|
|Terrier - Wheaton||Medium|
|Terrier - Yorkshire||Small|
|Terrier - Yorktese||Small|
|Terrier - Yorkypoo||Small|
|Tosa Inu||Extra Large|
|Welsh Corgi - Cardigan||Medium|
|Welsh Corgi - Pembroke||Medium|
|Wolfhound - Irish||Extra Large|
This has been another project in the planning for the last five years. Now, when I'm moving into Phase 2 of these 30-year research projects (next 15 years) it's time to step up and meet the pet owners face to face. As you know by now, I'm on a life mission to help dogs live longer healthier lives.
The purpose of this road trip is to:
We will be teaming up with local holistic veterinarians in the areas we are visiting when possible. My veterinarian is supporting this project and will join the larger events, when she is available, to help educate other veterinarians about the benefits of raw feeding.
Here is the pack that will travel with us and be our ambassadors for raw feeding. They are a group of raw fed dogs from 15 lbs to 140 lbs. They range in age from 3 to 14 years. Plus two young kittens.
From top right: Camelot (11) a Great Dane, Odin (7) a Great Dane,
Bottom right: Mocha (14) a Miniature Dachshund, and my two adorable cats Kiki (5) and Freya (4). The cats were found half alive one year apart by Odin. This pack is tight and they are all very good friends that are getting along with no issues. They are excellent ambassadors for raw feeding.
To learn more about this amazing group of friends and the inspiration for my research please go here
Initial capital needed to get this tour on to the road: $56,000.
The RV and the Cargo trailer have a lot of prime display surface that are available for advertising your businesses or organization. We will over the next 5 summers (maybe more if this is a success) travel all over USA to promote raw feeding and cancer prevention. Thousands of people will see us on the road and at many public events. I will also do many TV and Radio interviews. The trips will be filmed and made into a documentary and the RV will be a big part of this.
Contact me to discuss this prime opportunity (use the blue tab on the right side of this page)
If you can think of anyone that can benefit from teaming up with us please let me know.
I know many of you that registered for this project have seen amazing improvements in your pets by switching to raw.
I want to make a brochure and a slideshow that I hand out showing this to people we meet on our travels. I think these stories better than any words can convince many to make the switch.
To submit you story please use this form:
Disclaimer: I'm not a medical professional and the advices I provide are based on 18 years of private research and personal experience with raw feeding and different natural remedies for keeping dogs cancer free. I always recommend seeing a professional veterinarian (preferable a holistic) if you suspect any health issues with your pet.
I lost a dog to cancer and I was determined to never let that happen again, which is why I share this information. Too many pets die from cancer and I know it can be prevented in most cases and many lives can be saved.
All I want in return is your story. I'm building an archive of success stories that will hopefully show other pet owners that there is a natural approach to beating and preventing cancer.
If you decide to follow what I suggest, you do this entirely at your own risk.
Over the last 18 years, I have helped pet owners make the switch to raw food and I’ve helped owners that have pets with cancer to beat the disease using a natural method.
I have built up a reputation and the sheer number of owners that need help has become overwhelming. I'm doing this alone and I'm spending every free minute of my free time helping pets so they can live long, healthy lives; that's my life mission.
Sadly, I have to limit the ones I help. It breaks my heart to do so because I know what a horrible feeling it is to have a pet with cancer – I have been there. I am only able to help the ones that take part in my research project. My research and the documentation of the benefits of raw feeding, plus the many stories about how alternative natural cancer treatments and prevention
If you need help with a pet that has cancer or want to participate in my raw feeding project, please go here.
This book is for anyone who is sitting on the fence and wanting to switch their dog or cat to a raw food diet yet are unsure how to do it. Maybe there is an element of fear or perhaps you are confused by the conflicting information online and in other books. Everything I describe in this book has been tested on my own pets, and many others, over the last 15 years. This is a beginner’s guide to raw feeding that will provide you with all the information you need to get started. In purchasing this book, you also gain personal access to me. In the forum section of my website I will answer any questions or concerns you may have.
I don't like doing this but my love and passion for helping pets are too strong to not ask. I need your help to keep these three one-of-a-kind and very important projects going. Also several have told me: "If you don't ask and share nobody will know. There are many out there that love pets that will support you in your mission to make our pets live longer and reduce the risk of cancer"
Every day I get several requests from devastated pet owners that need help with their beloved dogs suffering from cancer. Unfortunately, I can't help everyone. I just do not have time. Between work, family and taking care of my pets there is not enough time to help them all. This is very unfortunate and extremely upsetting to me. I lost a dog to cancer and I will never forget the emotional suffering and pain involved in watching my dearest friend losing that battle. I understand what you all are going through and in pains me not being able to help more dogs.
With donations, I can take on less work and dedicate more time to my projects that will eventually help millions of pets. I want to share my findings for cancer prevention and natural cures so more pet owners will see that there are other options. The current statistic of close to 70% of dogs getting cancer is unacceptable to me. I'm on a mission to reduce this dramatically.
For 20 years I financed this myself and I have plain and simple run out of funds. I had to take on more work and spend less time on what I have dedicated my life to do: Help pets live longer healthier lives.
If you have any suggestion or ideas on how to raise funds for this project please let me know.
Please help support these much-needed one-of-a-kind research projects by donating to my nonprofit organization:
Your contribution is tax deductible.
I thank you in advance. I'm unable to continue these important projects and help animals with cancer if it was not for your generous support.
From the bottom of my heart
Thomas Sanberg, Founder/Researcher
Long Living Pets Research Projects
Research Period 1999-2015