Pet Corner: Try Natural Homemade Dog Food

Don’t bore Fido. Try our vitamin-rich, balanced recipes to perk up your pet’s mealtime routine.


| October/November 2010



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Recipes like The Colonel’s Chicken Dinner can enliven your pet’s meals.

Dog Food Recipes: 

• The Colonel’s Chicken Dinner
• Beef Dinner
• Healthy Powder 

Imagine what your life would be like if, day after day, you opened the same box of granola for breakfast and dinner. Not a very appealing idea, is it? Yet day after day, millions of us expect our pets to be perfectly happy and stay perfectly healthy with the same old “box of cereal.”

If your dog is lucky, you’re at least buying him something high-quality. And if he’s not so lucky, you may be buying a less-expensive generic brand from your local supermarket. Although one choice might be slightly healthier than the other, either way, it’s still a boring proposition. 

But what if you did the same thing for your dog that you do for yourself? Mix up some grub using real ingredients, a little variety and a sense of purpose?

True, cooking for your dog requires a bit of advance planning. Just as feeding yourself and your family requires some knowledge about what you need to stay healthy, so does feeding your dog. He or she is a scavenger by nature, but he still needs more than just assorted table scraps or chicken from the local broiler.





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