Feed your dog additive-free food
Would you like to make your own dog food? To be absolutely certain you’re feeding your dog a complete and balanced homemade diet free of unhealthy additives and synthetic ingredients?
You’re not alone. Increasing concern over pet food recalls and contaminants in commercial dog food has fuelled a massive increase in concerned pet parents looking to make their own dog food. But the thing that stops most people is the worry that they may not get it right. That they might feed too much of this or too little of that. All the same concerns every single one of us started out with. Me included!
Making homemade food is easier than you think
The thing is though, it’s actually not that difficult. If you can successfully feed yourself and the rest of your family, you can certainly make your own dog food. Yes, there are certain ground rules you need to observe. Providing insufficient calcium in the diet is probably the biggest mistake made by newcomers to homemade dog food. Other than that, much of it is common sense. Especially if you’ve downloaded my guide mentioned below.
The surefire way to learn to cook for your dog
Homemade Dog Food Made Easy is the surefire way to learn to home cook for your dog. As a specialist canine nutritionist, formulating homemade dog food is what I do best. It’s something I’ve successfully done for many years.
I know exactly how to fulfill the nutritional needs of your dog, without breaking the bank and without too much effort. Because the thing is, people like you and I have been making homemade dog food for thousands of years. That’s how dogs were traditionally fed. The vast majority of the breeds with us today were developed by breeders and enthusiasts who fed their dogs just the way I do today. With fresh, natural ingredients that provide all the nutrients a dog needs for a long and healthy life.
Feed Your Pet Right
I’m very fond of quoting professors Marion Nestle and Malden C Nesheim, two of America’s leading human and animal nutritionists. “We don’t get it,” they said in their best-selling book Feed Your Pet Right. “We don’t understand what the big deal is about cooking for pets”.
“Although both of us are PhD-trained nutritionists, we hardly believe you need a PhD to cook for yourself or your pet. We view cooking for pets as no more complicated or difficult than cooking for yourself and your family.”
So there you have it. If you can cook for yourself and your family, you can cook for your pet. And it will make such an enormous difference to the health and wellbeing of your dog, you’ll wish you’d tried it sooner. Promise!