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!
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Providing homemade dog food for your best friend may seem daunting when you’re starting out, but it really is the most rewarding experience . . .
Variety is one of the keys to successfully providing a balanced diet when feeding your best friend homemade dog food. So if you have most of the . . .
Lightly cooking your dog’s homemade dog food does three things: It increases its digestibility. It makes the food easier to digest. It increases the . . .
Occasionally when making homemade food for our dogs, we will replace one ingredient with another, but never to the detriment of our dogs’ nutrition . . .
Because your dog’s digestive system will need time to adjust to proper food, and to make life as easy as possible for you at this stage, we would suggest . . .