by Gerald Pepin
Healthy things you CAN feed your dog!
Fed occasionally and always in moderation, asparagus is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals for dogs. An acknowledged superfood, it’s just as . . .
Nutritious chicken thigh combined with aromatic and easily digestible basmati rice and an abundance of quality fresh fruits and vegetables. Whose a lucky dog then? . . .
Poached Atlantic herrings with mixed vegetables including potatoes, broccoli, carrots, parsnips, apples and peas, topped off with a little . . .
With more nutrients than white chicken meat, chicken thigh makes an excellent protein source for dogs. While it’s available at your local supermarket . . .
Chicken breast, thigh & liver combined with sweet potatoes and an array of quality fresh fruit and vegetables including carrots, parsnips and peas . . .
What a treat for a dog with food sensitivities or allergies to other proteins. What a treat for any dog come to that! Dogs love lamb, and it makes a real change . . .
This is one of the earliest dinners we made for Marco and it remains one of his favourites to this day. It’s quick and simple, takes next to no time to . . .
Turkey mince & lentils. Low fat succulent turkey mince with a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables. Guaranteed to put a smile on the face of any dog . . .
Chicken thigh is particularly rich in nutrients as are chicken liver and brown rice. Combine them together, add a few lightly cooked vegetables and you’ve got . . .