If you’re looking for super healthy and nutrient-dense recipes your dog will love, you’ve come to the right place. Keep your dog healthy and fit with this easy homemade recipe – it’s cheaper than store-bought fresh vegetables!. I never thought I’d be one of those dog owners who make homemade human food for their puppies. Not in a million years.
Homemade Dog Food Recipes: Choosing Balanced Ingredients
The ABCs of a Balanced Dog Food Diet
Making the Transition
Resources for the Chef
Dog-Friendly Bone Broth Recipe
Beef Bone Broth Topper from The Native Pet
How much and when should you feed your dog?
Easy Homemade Dog Food
Fresh DIY Dog Food Tips
Dog owners are very concerned about feeding their dogs human food and leftovers. I just had a long chat with Sassy at her veterinarian’s annual checkup. Every dog is absolutely unique. Some people have food sensitivities and are prone to upset stomachs, and some have digestive issues, so regular commercial foods are best for these dogs.
Sprinkle Dry Kibble
I sometimes sprinkle some dry dog food in my homemade treats to stretch my batch of homemade dog food. Use high-quality commercial pet food and check ingredient labels carefully to avoid food allergies and reactions.
Trying New Dog Recipes
The best advice is to slowly introduce new foods to our dogs. We want our pets to stay healthy and dietary changes can cause problems with the digestive tract. All dogs are unique, and what works for one may not work for another. Fresh dog food recipes contain ingredients your dog may be trying for the first time, so take your time and use small portions. Sassy can’t handle chicken broth cooked over rice and won’t eat it due to her allergies, so I use beef broth or better than Buillon for rice, she loves it.