Nutrition

Gelatin Treats for Dogs

DIY Eat - Gelatin Treats for Dogs

Gelatin contains amino acids beneficial for skin, hair, and joint health. Spruce up this super-powered ingredient with our choose your flavour tasty gelatin...more
DIY Eat - Waste Not Want Not

DIY Eat - Waste Not Want Not

My grandmother—we called her Mama—would always say “don’t throw those peelings away; we can use them.” She showed me how to keep vegetable peelings and...more
Mix & Match Dog Treats

DIY Eat - Mix & Match Dog Treats

  Step 1: Choose your add-in (choose just one) 1/2 c sweet potato, cooked and mashed 1/2 c tuna or salmon 1/2 c canned or cooked pumpkin, puréed...more
Good Veggie List

The Good Veggie List

Good Veggies Acorn Squash (all Winter Squash + Pumpkin) Alfalfa Sprouts (small amount) Asparagus Beets Bell Pepper (all colors) Broccoli Carrots...more
5 Terrific Toppers

Try it! 5 Terrific Toppers

Turmeric/Curcumin Turmeric/curcumin has been shown to act in a number of ways to prevent the growth or spread of cancer cells for many different types of...more
Vegetables that are good for dogs

4 Easy Ways to Get Your Dog to Eat Her Veggies

1. Grate a little carrot onto your dog’s dinner. Carrots, enjoyed raw by many dogs are a great source of beta-carotene. If you find your dog loves carrots, you...more
Sardine 
& Apricot 
Summer 
Slushie for Dogs

DIY Eat - Sardine 
& Apricot 
Slushie

This recipe is inspired by 
traditional Chinese medicine 
and uses foods that tone the blood and Qi. The ingredients used in this recipe are neutral in...more
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DIY Eat - The Barefoot Contessa’s Whole Wheat & Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits

My friend Joanne Newbold’s adorable dog Baxter is a three-year-old Petit Basset Griffon Vendéen (PBGB for short). He’s a French scenthound (think Inspector...more

DIY EAT - Blueberry Pupsicles

WHAT YOU WILL NEED • 2 cups plain organic yogurt • 1/3 cup fresh blueberries • 6-bar silicon rectangle muffin mold 1. Combine 1 cup yogurt and half of the...more

DIY Eat - Frozen Tuna Treats

We can’t forget about our little friends this summer. They enjoy the sunshine just as much as we do, but unfortunately they can get heated pretty quickly. Why not cool them down with some easy to make frozen treats? Your cat will love you a million times more once he gets his paws on this yummy delicacy. (Your dog friends will love them too.) more

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