Enjoy this recipe – Ground Chicken, Vegetables and More
This recipe includes ground chicken, numerous vegetables, egg and more. It has about 1060 calories, with 43% protein, 11% carbs and 45% fat. Using ground meats like ground chicken can be a time saver, as it cooks quickly unlike many whole cuts.
My Mission – Dog Health and Happiness!
I am on a mission to help you feed your dogs a truly supportive diet. Reach out to me for help.
Around 2008, I founded DogFoodCoach.com after I started removing commercial dog food from my dog’s diet, and began replacing it with real, homemade, simple food for my own soulmate dog, Cori. Once I got rolling, I never looked back. I believe the best pet food is not “pet food” at all. It’s real, whole food you can buy at your own grocery store or online. Reach out to me for help.
About Cori, one of my inspirations for DogFoodCoach.com and so much more….
Cori, a golden retriever mix of some sort, came to me off the rescue truck as a scared pup from Georgia. During our time together, she overcame amazing hurdles, including becoming blind from glaucoma at age three.
Our journey into homemade food began in 2007, when I began researching pet foods and discovered that with a few exceptions, I can’t put my faith in the safety of most commercial foods on the market today. Learning about recalls, chemicals, fillers, mold and all sorts of other contaminants led me to say “enough is enough,” and I transitioned my best furry friend onto homemade food. Now I know exactly what’s in her food. I control the ingredients, the quality and the freshness, and I feel at ease knowing I am not subjecting Cori to the culinary unknown.
After Cori began eating homemade, human-grade food, her fur became softer, a lump on her back disappeared, and her spirits remained high into her elderly years. I truly believe that giving her clean, whole foods — and constant love of course — made all the difference in her long life.
I hope you will let me help you create an excellent, truly supportive diet for your dog. That is my mission and I have seen many dog caregivers pursue the same goals once they get going.
Best wishes to you and your furkids,
Sarah Whitman, MS