EASY HOMEMADE DOG FOOD RECIPES: 55+ DIY healthy homemade dog food and treats recipes, (including Grain-Free, Paleo, Raw recipes) to feed your best friend. by April SmithPurchase the paperback version of this book and get the ebook at no extra charge
How would you like to feed your dog with delicious, healthy food and treats fresh out of your kitchen?
Just like humans, dogs also need to feed right in other to live a long, happy life. Readymade package food can be very convenient, but they cannot be compared with natural homemade food.
Cooking for dogs means saving them from all the preservative and artificial sweetening agents associated with commercial food. Another side benefit I have discovered from years of home cooking for my dog is that it create a special bonding between me and my dog.
Inside you will find over 55 easy to prepare dog food and treats recipes, (including Grain-Free, Paleo, Raw recipes) to feed your best friend. All necessary nutritional requirements have been taking into consideration in formulating these recipes.
The ingredients for these recipes are readily available, and the recipe themselves are very easy to prepare. Also I will show you a simple technique I use so I don’t have to cook every day.
You will discover:
• Every dogs nutritional requirement
• What to feed your dog and food/ingredients to avoid
• The right quantity of food your dog needs
• My top 25 secret recipes.
• And much more
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11 Best Homemade Dog Food Recipes
You have full control over every single ingredient with no surprises. Which is why we like making grain free treats at home too. The second reason is money savings! But surprisingly this isn't as bad as it looks, and with just an hour or less per week you can make enough food to last for several days. We recommend you make use of a some big ziplock bags or containers and freeze what you're not immediately using. But, before you get started you must speak with a Vet to see what your dog should and should not eat, as each dog's diet will vary.
Canines are omnivores; animals that eat plants and meats. This means that dogs have a wide range of nutritional requirements that must be met to maintain their health. Processed and packaged dog foods are made to fulfill these nutritional needs. This is why homemade dog foods are becoming more popular. Some food items are bad for dogs, grains such as corn or wheat are a part of this list.
This recipe combines venison, potatoes, and kale for a satisfying grain free, low fat alternative to help your dog maintain a healthy weight, and have healthy skin and coat.
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