Owner of a dog who refused to eat processed dog food as a puppy, Michele researched recipes and started creating her own homecooked meals for their rough haired collie, Junie B.
(fish or chicken or beef or pork)
(oatmeal or rice -- brown or white)
(zucchini, green beans, sweet potatoes, carrots, peas, corn, spinach)
Can also experiment with other combinations that include fruits and herbs that your dog may enjoy.
** Foods to avoid mushrooms, onions, grapes, raisins, chocolate, nuts.
** Research recipes and portion sizes, do your homework on the nutritional needs of your breed, talk to your vet, and use common sense when feeding your pet homecooked foods and creating a well balanced diet.
** Moderation is always key with some ingredients.
** Keep an eye on your pet's health to make sure they are thriving...
** Following credible treat recipes is a great way to introduce other foods in small amounts into your pets' diet and to get familiar with agreeable ingredients.
** Just like people...some foods that agree with certain dogs or cats may not agree with others.
** They too can also have allergies to things, so pay attention to how your dog reacts to things you feed them.