A 2005 consumer alert was released for contaminated Diamond Pet Foods for dogs and cats. Over 100 canine deaths and at least one feline fatality have been linked to Diamond Pet Foods contaminated by the potentially deadly toxin, Aflatoxin, according to Cornell University veterinarians.
Healthy Dog Food for Indoor Dogs, Working Dogs | Royal Canin
I make my dogs, a Cocker Spaniel and a King Charles, their food. One recipe I've used is 2 lbs of 10% ground beef, 1/3 cup pumpkin, 2 cups of kale and 1 cup of baby spinach with water added and mixed in the blender, 6 eggs with their shells mixed in the blender until the shells are tiny pieces, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, 1 cup of blueberries and 1/2 an apple with water added and mixed in the blender and 1/2 cup of brown rice. I cook the meat first and then add all of the rest and let it simmer until all of it is cooked and the rice is tender. I also add a bouillon cube for more flavor. Is this a healthy recipe?
Recipes For Dogs: Barbara Laino's Homemade Dog Food | The Bark
I have a new puppy and would like to feed him a natural diet rather than kibbles and canned food that smells like old cigarette buts. I've had dogs all my life. When I was a kid we fed them table scraps.
I'm hoping to do better for my new pup. I have a 1-1/2 quart crock pot and one recipe for homemade dogfood. It has meat or fish, brown rice or sweet potatoes and veggies. I would appreciate any recipes you could provide.
TruFood for Dogs | Wellness Pet Food
I did so partly because I was not yet ready to trust that bones were suitable foodstuffs for dogs, and because it was most like the comfortable ‘nutritionally complete’ kibbles I had now sworn off of. But nobody had yet shown me how to make raw dog food.Heavily-processed fast foods (burgers, fries, tacos, etc.) as a big diet component can cause major health problems in people. How can fast foods be good for dogs?Dogs didn't eat kibble until the 1930s. That's when the meat and grain industries started looking for a market for their rejected foodstuffs that couldn't pass USDA inspection.Food boasting that it conducted Feeding Trials often just test only the lead product in a line of foods. Trials, too, are for only a small number of dogs for a short period of time. Over time, nutrient and enzyme deficiencies are inevitable.