Homemade Dog Food
Homemade dog food is arguably the very best way to feed your dog. It’s certainly the healthiest, and has been proven to cure a large percentage of modern canine ailments. You’ll know exactly what ingredients have gone into the making of your best friend’s homemade dog food and, just as importantly, you’ll know what hasn’t gone into it in terms of additives and preservatives. You’ll be using fresh, healthy and natural ingredients and making food tailored specifically for your dog’s needs. If you can cook for yourself and your family, then you can most certainly cook nutritious homemade dog food for your best friend!
The nutrients in many vegetables are close to the surface so don’t peel the likes of potatoes, carrots, sweet potatoes, swede, parsnip and turnip before you . . .
It pays to mix ingredients well when serving and apportioning your dog’s home cooked food. This ensures that your best friend eats all his or her veggies as well as . . .
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 . . .
Most vegetables are protected by a cellulose coating that locks in the nutrients. To make them bioavailable to your dog, they need to be lightly cooked. If fed raw . . .
If your dog is poorly and suffers from a grain intolerance, chicken & butternut squash works just as well as the chicken & rice many vets recommend . . .
Once they’re cooled, we recommended you either refrigerate your dog’s meals (in order to preserve their natural goodness) for a maximum of 3 days, or . . .
It’s strange, isn’t it. You never hear anyone ask how to cook for people, and yet people are always querying how you cook for a dog as if it was some kind of . . .
Never feed your dog raw salmon (even smoked salmon) or trout. They can contain harmful parasites. Salmon poisoning can be fatal to dogs. Always cook fresh fish first . . .
Rice is a great source of carbs for emergencies or for a dog who is under the weather. (Brown rice is more nutritious but white rice is more digestible . . .