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!
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just sent out another pet food warning! This time, it is for potentially toxic levels of vitamin D. Several dogs have already gotten sick, and tests have found excessive levels of vitamin D in many dog foods. The FDA notes this is a developing situation, and more recalls may occur.
We are hard at work developing this new online resource for you and your dog. Email me with questions. Go to www.dogfoodcoach.com/courses/your-dogs-diet for more details. Course Details and Syllabus Diet is an important aspect of health, whether it’s yours or your dog’s. Striving for high quality and safety is a fundamental aspect to establishing feeding…
DogFoodCoach.com is about boosting your dog’s nutritional levels! Even if you’re not ready to feed 100% homemade, adding fresh, whole foods supports health!
Autumn is a sweet, sensitive soul… inside and out. When it comes to diet, she has a sensitive GI tract. If I add too many new ingredients too fast, she may experience GI upset.
This month’s recipe for dogs is a side dish to accompany meat.
This month’s recipe for dogs uses ground beef, broccoli and healthy oil.
This recipe for dogs uses chicken, vegetables & barley. Making your own dog food is one of the best ways to protect your dog’s health & safety.
This recipe for dogs uses turkey, oatmeal & peas.