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.)
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.
Method 1 transitions your dog into healthy ingredients one or two at a time. In step 2 of this method, we are using the same meat and vegetable from step 1, and we are adding sardine. Method 2, coming soon, transitions your dog using a full recipe, but adds a small bit at a time. Check back soon for that!
This transitional diet is a slow transition to homemade dog food. This slow method helps your dog adjust to new foods. Method 1 transitions your dog into healthy ingredients one or two at a time. In step 1 of this method, we are using just one meat source and one vegetable. Method 2, coming soon, transitions your dog using a full recipe, but adds a small bit at a time. Check back soon for that!
This recipe includes ground chicken, numerous vegetables, egg and more. It has about 1060 calories, with 43% protein, 11% carbs and 45% fat. Note: If you are a member, this and all recipes are included in your membership – you do not need to pay for this recipe.
I have older relatives who squirm at the memory of having to eat liver as a child .. but as with so many things, grandma was right! Liver holds a wide range of nutrients, including copper, zinc, iron, vitamins and more.
This homemade dog food recipe contains cooked spinach and butternut squash, along with chicken and beef. This is healthy and easy to make.
Making healthy, homemade dog food is easy, quick and allows you to customize ingredients. This basic homemade dog food recipe uses turkey as a protein source, with several other healthy ingredients. It makes about 3 1/2 to 4 pounds of food.
This recipe is a granola made with oatmeal, quinoa and more. Great for your dog, and you too!
When you think of the idea of warming foods, you may consider soup, stew, or other foods that are warm or hot in temperature. But in Traditional Chinese Medicine, warming foods – those with Yang energetics – are foods that add heat and dryness to the body. Depending on your dog’s situation, this may be good or bad.
This recipe uses warming ingredients. It is ready in about 20 minutes and is customizable for small or large batches.
I bought a 3-pound package of ground turkey, and used half of it with the remaining ingredients including blueberries and liver.