Recently I posted an article about adding pumpkin to your dog’s diet. After I baked a small pumpkin last week, I took a short video to see what Autumn (my official furry taste tester) thought.
Autumn and her friend Maggie, a sweet goldendoodle, loved the first round of my recent treat recipe I call Autumn Treats. I call them Autumn Treats because they use classic autumn ingredients (like pumpkin) and well, my dog’s name happens to be Autumn. As a result, I needed to make a second round… this time,…
Recently, I cooked up a healthy, delicious homemade dog treat recipe I call Autumn Treats. My dogs loved them. As a result, I needed to make a second round. This time, I made a variation.
This easy homemade dog food recipe includes ground chicken, vegetables & more. Making your own dog food is a great investment in your dog’s health.
This time of year, pumpkin abounds here in Connecticut. They are only available for a few months out of the year, but when they’re here, they’re everywhere! Every year, I buy several pumpkins, usually the smaller ones so I can fit in the oven. I display them around the house and then one by one, I bake them.
I recently added a new homemade dog treat recipe, called Autumn Treats. Watch Autumn take a taste, and see the recipe below too. Happy Autumn!
Seinfeld’s “Newman” may have called broccoli a vile weed, but he had no idea what he was missing health-wise with that cruciferous catch. Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables can help protect health in significant ways, and this likely applies to your dog too.
You may have seen me write about my pride and joy, Autumn. You’ve probably seen pictures of her scattered around this website too (along with pictures of my dearly departed other pride and joy, Cori.)
As part of my new Dog Food Diary feature, each day (or at least most days) I will share a healthy food that I serve to my own little sweetie. It may be something I make just for her, or something I make for myself and share with her.
The Food and Drug Administration has been investigating possible connections between certain pet diets and a heart condition called canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). They recently put out an extremely informative report with detailed information that can help you navigate this increasingly confusing and disturbing problem.
I call this recipe “The Trifecta” – three protein sources offer your dog an excellent range of amino acids. Surround these proteins with vegetables and other healthy ingredients and you have a powerful diet that can help keep your dog healthy and strong.
This is a true story I like to call Boomie’s Turnaround.
Boomie, seen here, is a 10-year old Entlebucher Mountain Dog, loved by Cynthia and Mike from Massachusetts. In early 2019, Cynthia contacted me with concern about Boomie’s health. Recent lab tests, including bloodwork and urine tests, had revealed high levels of protein – Cynthia’s veterinarian became concerned about early stage kidney disease. Cynthia asked me about a recipe to make for Boomie.