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I wrote Dog Dish Diet: Sensible Nutrition for Your Dog’s Health for dog owners who have dogs that seem to keep gaining weight no matter how much you cut back on their food. For dogs that have red itchy skin, ear infections, diarrhea, seizures, hotspots, or other chronic medical problems that can’t be controlled or keep coming back… even with treatment. I teach people to choose better commercial food and avoid allergenic treats and chews. I also help pet owners add healthy “human food” for better nutrition. There is a basic recipe to learn to slow cook healthy home made food for your dog. (In fact, so many people liked that part of the book so much that I expanded it and wrote, Feed Your Pet to Avoid the Vet, an introduction to slow cooking homemade food for your dogs and cats! You’ll see it below!)
In my easy to read books, I will help you learn to nourish your dog or cat in order to keep it out of the vet clinic. I promise you that this is not hype, or a gimmick. My own pets taught me what I was overlooking in my practice…that nutrition has the power to heal, while medication often only works for a short time.
Dogs and cats suffering with chronic medical conditions may often just need a change of ingredients instead of a lifetime of medications .I am continually amazed how simple, economical changes to the diet can often help with medical problems in a short time and save the family a ton of money in the process. Some pets need only eat different ingredients in commercial foods, while some need home cooking to feel their best.Not all pet food is right for every dog or cat.
Many clients and readers use a hypoallergenic commercial food and also feed slow cooked homemade food or add sardines, olive oil, fish oil pills, chicken wings, or eggs to the food to increase the nutritive value and to help treat and control medical problems. I will teach you what “human foods” dogs and cats can eat. My cats love raw shrimp and my dogs love chicken hot dogs!
Many people are choosing healthier ingredients…why should our pets be any different? Your vet was trained as I was…to diagnose and treat medical problems instead of feeding differently to prevent them. I have been so impressed with a more natural approach to medicine that I always include a better diet in my advice to clients. Not only is it healthier, but dogs love the variety!
Order Dog Dish Diet particularly if you feed commercial food and want to learn how to help your dog feel better! There is a slow cooking recipe in the book if you want to try slow cooking home made dog food.
Dog Dish Diet: 2nd edition(Ingredients, human food, allergies, slow cooking recipe)
(Introduction to Slow Cooking for Dogs and Cats)
If you currently feed commercial food, raw food, grain free diets, and want to try homecooking that is really economical and simple…”Feed You Pet to Avoid the Vet” has easy step by step instructions for slow cooking pet food for dogs and cats! I talk about transitioning pets to home cooking, amounts to feed, and homecooking to treat skin problems, ear problems, obesity, seizures, bladder problems, pancreatitis, and diabetes. Don’t worry…they are all variations of the same easy to prepare(30 minutes), economical, crock-pot diet for dogs and cats!
From a cat owner!
Hi I just wanted to write real quick and let you know we made some crockpot chicken/white snapper for our guys. Out of 4 only have one that is being difficult about it but am topping it with some canned food he likes so have gotten him to start eating a little of it. So it is acutally going better than I expected.We will try different types of fish and see how they do.I am Hoping in the end I can have them eating plain chicken, turkey , beef along with some with fish and maybe other seafoods added in.And maybe in time add just a little grain to see how they do with that.We got 3lbs of food out of the chicken,snapper, sweet potato ,liver and gizzard mix we cooked. And its WAY cheaper than it would of cost of to buy and feed them canned food . So we are Very HAPPY!
I do have a couple more questions.First one is what other seafood could we use in their food? Like oysters, clams , shrimp etc?? Is there any they shouldn’t have?And this ones a little weird. When we were mashing up their food we found two little white looking balls in it. We couldn’t figure out what they were. They were to hard to mash up so we threw them away.We figure it has to have come from the whole fish since we have cooked chickens in the past and never saw anything like that in there.So I was just wondering IF you happen to know what these could be.Thanks so very much for all the help and info.I am Soooo very Excited that my guys are eating it and seem to enjoy it.Hope you have a good week.
Glad it is working out for your pets!The beauty of this is you can experiment with many meat, organs, and rice or veggies sweet potato, green beans etc.My cats love to eat straight raw and cooked shrimp.You could use cooked shrimp or any seafood you mentioned if the price is right.Those white balls are the cooked eyeballs of the whole fish. They are edible, but very chewy.I’ve seen those in my food and the whole cooked fish at Chinese restaurants.If you feel mean, you can gross out your friends.Glad you are enjoying it!