Nutrition

Can My Dog Eat That?

Can My Dog Eat That?

The fruits to treat and the fruits to avoid more
Halloween Chocolate and Dogs

Halloween Chocolate and Dogs

A Scary Combination more
Chicken Nugget Dog Treats

DIY Eat - Tasty Chicken Nugget Dog Treats

We like a good, simple recipe as much as the next person, particularly when our blender does the majority of the work. So when we happened upon a super-simple...more
Raspberry-Strawberry Kefir Drink

DIY Eat - Raspberry-Strawberry Kefir Drink

INGREDIENTS • 1 cup plain goat milk kefir • ½ cup fresh or frozen raspberries • ½ cup fresh or frozen strawberries • ¼ banana • Sprig of fresh mint (...more
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

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