My mum doesn’t feed me a homemade diet anymore. You have to really know what you’re doing if you choose to go that route.
I recommend checking out this post by Dr. Karen Becker for the best nutrition advice for your doggeh. Or, if you’re set on a homemade diet, get a copy of Dr. Becker’s book Real Food for Healthy Dogs and Cats Cookbook.
PS: we’re not affiliated with Dr. Becker. We gain nothing from recommending her or her book. Just the good conscience that you’re getting appropriate advice.
My person just ordered The Natural Pet Food Cookbook.
Regular readers here will know that I eat homemade doggeh foods. Not store-bought kibble.
My person wants to cook different stuffs for me. I eat lots of meatloaf which I love but she thinks I need to have more ‘diversity.’ I’m not exactly sure what that means but she assured me it would taste good.
How could I refuse?
We sat down together in front of the computers and looked for homemade dog food recipes. We looked and looked and looked.
We realised that there are lots of very bad websites with untrustworthy information.
Finally we found some stuffs about a book written by Wendy Nan Rees. After taking a peek at some of the pages on Amazon I decided I liked the look of the recipes in The Natural Pet Food Cookbook.
When the book arrives I’ll write here about making some of the recipes inside.