One of my goals in teaching people how to cook for their dogs is to make it simple. One way to do this is to make extra of what you are making for yourself, and then save some for your dog. Of course, this only applies to certain kinds of food. It does not apply to foods that are overly fatty, fried, spicy, sweet or otherwise inappropriate for dogs. It DOES apply to fresh meats, vegetables and other dog friendly ingredients . . .


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About Dog Food Coach

My name is Sarah Whitman, and I am the founder of DogFoodCoach.com. I’ve been studying human and animal nutrition since 1996. My love and concern for animals was inborn, and is not going anywhere. Put these two lifelong passions together, and you get a strong desire to advocate for dog wellness. That is my goal.

I believe the best dog food is not "dog food" at all. It's real, whole food. With a little practice, you can create a highly nutritious diet that can keep your dog healthy and happy.

How to Feed Dogs Better

I offer several resources and tools to help you create a wonderful diet for your dogs. These tools include my monthly memberships, an online class, individual materials for purchase, and personal consults (email me for personal consult info).

I practice what I preach - my dogs have not eaten a kibble based diet in 10 years. Once I started serving real food, I never looked back.

Best wishes,
Sarah Whitman, MS
Founder, DogFoodCoach.com