Nutrition

DIY Eat: Frittata

DIY Eat: Frittata

Make this simple, delicious dog treat with just 3 ingredients! more
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10 Human Foods to Share With Your Dog

1. Herring. Cooked herring is a wonderful source of essential fatty acids (EFA). EFAs can be beneficial in skin and coat condition and they are thought to be...more
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The Do’s and Dont’s of Sharing Food with your Dog

Most of us have heard that giving “people food” or table scraps to dogs is not a good thing. While sharing food directly from your plate probably isn’t the best idea, there are lots of table scraps that are safe and healthy to share with your canine companion.more
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DIY Eat - “Rice” Christmas

Here, everyone’s favourite dog loving chef/television personality, Rachael Ray, shares a healthy, seasonal, and seriously tasty dog-approved dish. Let your pup celebrate the season with her quick recipe for a delish, healthy bacon-spiked dinner both you and your dog can enjoy. Yum-o! more
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Sweet Treats for a Sweet Tooth

Since chocolate is bad for dogs, here are some suggested ways to indulge your dog’s sweet tooth in a healthy manner more
DIY Eat - Low-Cal Snacks

DIY Eat - Low-Cal Snacks

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...more
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DIY Eat - Beef Meatballs

These little meatballs are generally a success. They are easy to feed to your dog and don’t require too much chewing. more
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10 More "People" Foods You Should Share With Your Dog

Can my dog eat that? 10 More People Foods You Can (and Should!) Share With Your Dog more
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D.I.Y. Eat - Biscuits

Sherlock's Minnesota Biscuits Celebrate the passing of Minnesota Senator Al Franken’s Service Dogs for Veterans Act with this tasty, dog-approved treat. How...more
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Feeding Fido

Do you worry about the quality of your beloved dog’s diet, but glaze over when you try to decipher the nutritional information on the packages? What do those multisyllabic words and confusing numbers actually mean?more

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