Nutrition

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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

Can Dogs Eat Macadamia nuts?

No. Macadamia nuts and foods containing macadamia nuts, such as baked goods can be fatal for dogs. As few as several macadamia nuts, raw or roasted, can make...more

Can Dogs Eat Cabbage?

Yes. And many dogs love it. Purple, savoy... all types of antioxidant-rich cabbage is safe for dogs to eat and even beneficial. It aids in digestion, is good...more

Can Dogs Eat Oranges?

Yes. The citrusy taste may not make them a favourite with all dogs but oranges are safe for dogs to eat and a good source of vitamin C. As with all treats...more
DIY Eat: Superfood Gravy

DIY Eat: Superfood Gravy

Meaty and delicious! more
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DIY Eat - Low-Cal Snacks

Salmon Cookies Ingredients 2 ½ cups wheat flour 2/3 cup soft oatmeal ½ lb raw salmon fillet 1 egg 3 ½ Tbsp sunflower oil About ½ cup water Utensils...more
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DIY Eat - Low-Cal Snacks - Liver Dumplings

Liver Dumplings Ingredients 2 ½ cups rye flour 1/3 lb fresh chicken liver 2 Tbsp chopped parsley 3 ½ Tbsp sunflower oil About ½ cup water Utensils Cooking...more
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DIY Eat - Sweet Potato Chews

All you need is five minutes prep time and a single raw yam or sweet potato. Pure, easy, and unadulterated, dog treats don’t get any healthier, easier or less expensive than this. more

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