(An Introduction to Home-Prepared Diets Tip #2) Introduction to Home-Prepared Diets for Dogs by Mary Straus


While feeding a homemade diet sounds like a good idea, it’s not easy to figure out what that entails, or how to ensure that you provide all the nutrition that your dog needs. Despite what some will try to tell you, there is no one “right” way to feed your dogs. Each dog is an individual, and what works for one may not work for another. The best way to feed your dog may also depend on how much time and effort you are able to devote to putting together a proper diet.

While fresh foods are healthier than processed foods, a good commercial diet is better than a poorly designed homemade diet. If you don’t feel comfortable preparing a diet yourself, you can still improve the diet you feed by adding fresh foods.

For more information on Home-Prepared Diets for Dogs, purchase any of Whole Dog Journal’s ebook on the subject: Home-Prepared Diets for Dogs, Part One: Introduction to Home-Prepared Diet

Or purchase the entire series

Home-Prepared Diets for Dogs, The Complete Series.


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