by Gerald Pepin
Healthy things you CAN feed your dog!
Not since the advent of commercial dog food some 150 years ago has there been a wider variety of available diets for dogs than there is today. And by variety . . .
No matter how great the quality of the food, some dogs, for any number of reasons, can decide not to eat on any given day. After all, don’t we all get days . . .
Variety is one of the keys to successfully providing a balanced diet when feeding your best friend homemade dog food. So if you have most of the . . .
Lightly cooking your dog’s homemade dog food does three things: It increases its digestibility. It makes the food easier to digest. It increases the . . .
Occasionally when making homemade food for our dogs, we will replace one ingredient with another, but never to the detriment of our dogs’ nutrition . . .
Brown rice, the less refined of the two, is more beneficial in terms of being richer in fibre and nutrients. But it is also harder to digest. So if your dog has a tummy . . .
To give your dog’s meal some extra oomph!, especially on a cold winter’s morning or if he or she is a feeling under the weather, pour a little hot water over . . .
High in fibre and low in fat, calories and cholesterol, celery contains a wide variety of beneficial nutrients and makes an ideal treat for dogs needing to lose . . .
A normal, healthy, adult dog should eat between 2 and 3% of its body weight a day. Older, less active dogs, have lower energy levels and therefore require . . .
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