Features December 2011 Issue

A Home-Prepared Dog Food Diet Recipe Critique

Tara (far right), a Staffordshire Terrier-mix, and Pepi, a Podenco-mix, are fed a raw, boneless diet. The diet needs just a little tweaking to provide complete and balanced nutrition.

A Home-Prepared Dog Food Diet Recipe Critique

Sometimes a diet looks complete at first glance, but nutrient calculators reveal deficiencies.

This is the debut of what we intend to be a regular feature in Whole Dog Journal: a detailed critique of a home-prepared diet. I will analyze diets that people feed their dogs and offer feedback and suggestions that might improve the nutritional value of the diet.

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