Recipes for Dogs

Always remember that you are cooking for a dog and not for a person.

Dogs and people have different nutritional needs and some foods which are fine for people can be dangerous to dogs – and vice versa. And don’t forget that some flavours which you might find horrible will be the ones that your dog absolutely loves, so be prepared to hold your nose and work through the smell barrier for your dog!

Secondly, some of the recipes use an ingredient called Brewer’s yeast which you might not be aware of. It’s basically the pasteurised residue of commercial brewed beer and it’s packed full of all sorts of nutrients including protein and vitamins.

You can buy it in powder or tablet form from your local health store, and it’s well worth getting a jar if you’re keen on following a few of these recipes.

 

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