Home Cooking for Your Dog: 75 Holistic Recipes for a Healthier Dog

Home Cooking for Your Dog: 75 Holistic Recipes for a Healthier Dog

Christine Filardi, Jackie Bondanza

Language: English

Pages: 101

ISBN: 2:00238187

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Home Cooking for Your Dog is the first holistic cookbook for dogs to include recipes for cooked meals, treats, and the raw food diet—a big trend in the pet industry. User-friendly, chop-licking recipes like Fido’s Fishcakes, Potluck Polenta, and Peanut Butter and Coconut Cakes call for healthy ingredients you can find in your local grocery store (or may already have at home) to create balanced, nutritious meals for a healthier, happier dog. Headnotes provide nutrition information, cooking tips, and anecdotes from the author about her own four dogs to help readers transition their dogs to a homemade diet. Illustrated with a combination of irresistible color photographs of dogs and humorous line art, the book is a must-have for dog owners everywhere. A portion of the proceeds will support animal rescue.

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about 1/2 inch apart from each other. (Spray or line a second baking sheet if you run out of room on the first.) Bake them for 15–18 minutes, until slightly hardened. Allow the treats to cool for 30 minutes before serving. Refrigerate them in an airtight container for up to 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months. BANANA BREAKFAST BITES MAKES 4 DOZEN These nutritious bites are a healthy breakfast treat. The combination of ground beef and chicken broth make these treats a favorite among dogs who

here are some delicious and nutritious recipes for celebrating birthdays and holidays. I’ve also included two quick-and-easy no-bake recipes great for on-the-go meals and travel, as well as two recipes for homemade KONG pastes. KONGS are my secret weapon in keeping my four-dog household cool, calm, and collected! For these recipes, you’ll want to have a baking sheet, parchment paper, nonstick cooking spray, and a 12-cup muffin tin on hand, as well as your trusty food processor if you’re making

the batter. Place 1 tablespoon of the beef in the middle of each cupcake. Fill the cups with batter, almost to the top. Top each cupcake with about 1 tablespoon of the coconut. 5 Bake the cupcakes for 40 minutes until golden brown on top. Allow the cupcakes to cool for 30 minutes in the pan before serving. Cover the leftovers with foil and refrigerate them for up to 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months. RUBY’S RED VELVET CAKE MAKES 1 (8-BY-8-INCH) CAKE Ruby is a pit bull who was abandoned at

www.ahvma.org, where you can search by state. Holistic vets can also be a great start for helping you identify any underlying health issues you may be concerned about before transitioning your dog to a homemade diet. NUTRITION AND BEHAVIOR In my experience with my own dogs and with clients and rescue dogs I’ve worked with, I’ve found that a satisfied dog is a less mischievous dog! I’ve noticed this amazing connection and have discovered that when my pets have adequate sustenance, they are less

preferably one with probiotics. This is especially important if you won’t be feeding your dog yogurt on a regular basis. I use a plant-based multivitamin that offers a complete package of essential vitamins and minerals, including: Vitamins A, C, D, E, and eight B vitamins Calcium, magnesium, chromium, zinc, copper, iodine, and manganese Friendly intestinal microflora—Lactobacillus acidophilus—plus prebiotics to support to promote a healthy immune system Be sure to choose a multivitamin with

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