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.
Haddock is a good source of lean, healthy protein, and an ideal occasional protein source if your dog is in need of losing weight. If haddock is not available, then . . .
Rolled oats can improve a dog’s digestion and can lower a dog’s cholesterol level. They can be used topically to heal sores and wounds and even used to make . . .
Dulse is high in protein and essential vitamins and minerals. Both fat and cholesterol free, for a dog it’s a good source of iron and an excellent source of . . .
Low in calories and a rich source of protein and fat, herrings can benefit a dog’s skin and coat, aid the immune system and decrease the inflammation . . .
A highly nutritious leafy green vegetable, pak choi is ideal for feeding to your dog occasionally. It’s rich in fibre and packed with vitamins and . . .
For all round good gut health, we recommend feeding your dog a spoonful or two of natural yogurt several times a week. It’s a useful standby for when your dog . . .
Rich in protein and dietary fibre, leafy greens for dogs include the leaves of any of a variety of loose-leafed plants such as kale, spinach, collard greens . . .
Dogs just love the occasional piece of sweet, juicy mango. And who can blame them? Mangoes are rich in vitamins and minerals and taste pretty good too . . .
Blueberries are one of nature’s true superfruits. They are a good source of vitamins C, E, A, K and B-complex, selenium, manganese, magnesium . . .