Dog Food is one of those topics everyone both loves and hates. There are so many options out there as to how to feed our dogs – kibble, canned, gently cooked, raw, dehydrated, freeze-dried – along with different ingredients and compositions.
It can be a bit overwhelming, with conflicting information as to what is “good” or “bad” for our dogs – the TRUTH often lies somewhere in the middle, and research in the area of dog nutrition is still very much in its infancy.
So join me in learning all the different aspects of how we can feed our dogs – discover what is supported by science, and what isn’t. Along the way learn homemade dog food recipes, new scientific articles, and interviews with veterinary specialists to help give you fully understand your options and how we can nutritionally manage disease in dogs.
I firmly believe that a well-informed
dog owner can make the best decisions
for their pup.
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