Homemade Dog Food Ingredients
Homemade dog food ingredients can include the vast majority of natural wholefoods that human beings eat. No takeaways, no chocolate, onions, avocados, grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts, alcohol nor anything with xylitol in it such as artificial sweeteners. But other than those things, dogs can eat and enjoy most fruits, vegetables, pulses, legumes, seeds, grains, herbs and spices, together of course with an enormous variety of meat and fish for protein. Caution does have to be exercised with regard to the quantities of these ingredients, but we have extensive articles which include the beneficial reasons for including these homemade dog food ingredients in your dog’s diet.
Beetroot can be a beneficial occasional ingredient to feed to your dog. It’s low in calories, rich in antioxidants and has been used medicinally since . . .
Low in calories, watermelon is a good source of vitamin C and vitamin A. It is also a good source of magnesium, and, for a dog, a great source of . . .
Low in calories and rich in dietary fibre, swede can help enhance a dog’s immune system and has anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties . . .
Beef is rich in vitamins B6 and B12, high in iron and zinc, phosphorus, selenium and carnitine, and a prime source of high quality protein for dogs. Eaten by . . .
Ideal for a dog with a sensitivity to chicken or beef, lamb is an excellent source of easily digestible protein, packed with essential amino acids and a good source of . . .
Mackerel is a rich source of omega-3s and an easily digestible protein source ideal for dogs unable to tolerate protein sources such as chicken and beef . . .
Protein-rich oily fish such as salmon support the immune system, reduce joint inflammation associated with the likes of arthritis, are good for a dog’s . . .
Eggs are a cheap, readily available and highly nutritious source of easily digestible protein and one of the most complete sources of amino acids you can possibly . . .
Low in calories, cauliflower makes a great anytime treat for dogs, either cooked or raw. While it doesn’t match up in the nutrients department with its fellow . . .