One of my goals in teaching people how to cook 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.
Arthritis is common in dogs, just like it is in people. So what can we do for our furry friends who are feeling achy, inflamed and sore from arthritis? There are some dietary and lifestyle adjustments we humans can use — look into them for your dogs too!
Wonderful variety of healthy proteins and very convenient frozen vegetables.
This homemade dog food recipe has beef, chicken, cantaloupe and fish oil in the form of cod liver oil.
The more I thought about it, the more I thought, hmm, if vitamin D deficiency is so common in humans — especially northerners who don’t get adequate sunlight, and those who wear sunscreen — then what about in dogs?
This recipe for dogs uses fish, beef stew meat and vegetables.
This recipe uses catfish or another white fish, yellow squash and olive oil. This recipe uses healthy ingredients but is not meant as a 100% balanced diet.