I have to admit I laughed when I read the recipe contents; Quinoa, Blueberries and Butternut Squash. They seemed more like something from a Health-Conscious Café recipe rather than a Dog Food Recipe.
Larry, my 3-year old Cavoodle has picked this one from the Naturalpetshop Dog Food Recipes as his favorite so far.
I’m really enjoying making the recipes as I know exactly what goes into the product.
Most of their recipes seem to have a 5 to 7-day shelf life; which I am OK with as I would rather feed Larry a natural product than something that has to include preservatives to get a longer shelf life. Fresh is best every time.
I must admit to having taken a double look when I caught the recipe description out of the corner of my eye. Probably what drove that was I had not considered using 3 of the 5 key ingredients – Apple, Blueberries and Kale – in dog food before.
How wrong I was; most dogs seem to like a sweet treat and my dog absolutely loves this recipe.
I’ve made it using Chicken but will try the Turkey next time.
Mind you; Boris being a Black Labrador is from a breed known to love their food, and then some, and then some more. Like the recipe says; “We would suggest this one more as a bit of a treat, so twice a week would be enough.” Very wise words.
I am working my way through some of the other recipes so that Boris gets tasty, nutritious meals. They are really economical too which is another plus.
We would always suggest that you consult with your Veterinarian to make sure they are happy with your treat suggestions and that they meet your dog’s nutritional needs before having a go at our homemade dog treats recipes vet approved Australia.
Commercial dog treats can be expensive and you need to be careful about how much sugar and fats are in them.
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There are so many commercially made dog food and treat products on the market that it can be a stressful exercise trying to find the right balanced homemade dog food recipes.
One brand alone may come in 5-6 variants depending on the age of dog, health needs, nutritional requirements, etc. You so want to choose the right product; but then you get it home and your dog turns up its nose at your choice.
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