Dog health matters more than anything else to most dog parents. The healthier and happier your dog, the longer he or she is likely to be part of your life. So many health issues can be successfully treated without veterinary intervention. It’s even been suggested that the vast majority of minor canine ailments can be treated without putting your dog through the trauma of a visit to the vet. Minor dog health problems such as skin and ear infections, digestive issues and weight problems can all be successfully home treated. So if you’re keen to maintain the health of your dog using a natural and holistic approach, please search our archives for your best friend’s particular health issue.
With most of our recipes, you can make them in quantity when you have the time and freeze them for when time is the last thing on your side. This applies to . . .
This dog food recipe is loosely based on a traditional Greek Island favourite. With low-fat, lean, beef mince, nutrient-rich ox heart and liver . . .
This is a simple and quick recipe that could form the basis of many of your dog’s homemade meals. Variety is paramount, so you would need to vary the vegetables . . .
Just the right amount of muscle meat, exactly the correct ratio of nutrient-rich liver combined with a variety of fresh fruit & vegetables. Your dog . . .
Skin-on, boneless salmon fillets, oven baked with sweet potatoes, carrots, apple, celery & cabbage. Perfect for all the family – not just your . . .
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 . . .