Nutrition

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DIY Eat: Treat Pops

Make your own healthy, dog-approved frozen treats more
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DIY Eat: Kale Chips

The darling of the urban farmer’s market scene, can make a welcome addition to your dog’s dinner, too. more
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Vegetables Dogs Can Eat

For a dog, part of the pleasure of eating a biscuit or some kibble is the satisfying crunch. You can give Max that same crunch with a number of raw veggies. more
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An Egg-celent Treat

Eggs are a source of protein, calcium, vitamin A, folate, vitamin D, and fat. Eggs can be boiled, scrambled, poached, or even fried with a little bit of butter (as a special treat) more
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DIY Eat: Tuna Fudge

Tuna Fudge—a rather unappealing name but dogs love it. more
Chicken Broth Dog Treat

Soup of the Day

Add taste without adding too many calories. more
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There's Something Fishy Going On

All fish is an excellent source of protein, calcium, selenium, niacin (B vitamin), and omega-3 fats. Canned fish such as tuna or salmon makes a healthy treat for your dog. more
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There's Nothing Awful About Offal

Offal is a great source of valuable nutrients. On average, 1 gram of cooked organ meat contains 1.5 calories, so it doesn’t take much to feed a lot of calories. more
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Can Dogs Eat Apples?

Many dogs love apples and apples can be a healthy treat. Apples contain calcium, vitamin K, vitamin C, and pectin (soluble fibre). One small apple contains 52 kcal.more
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DIY Eat - Golden Koi Cookies

These golden cookies don’t just have the flavour of fish—they are fish. This recipe was developed for dogs fighting cancer, combining ingredients higher in protein and lower in carbohydrates than regular weight-based cookies. The turmeric and fish will aid dogs in fighting the big C. The garbanzo flour also creates a cookie that is safe for dogs with gluten allergies. The drier the cookie is, the less you’ll smell it when you open the cookie jar.more

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