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Homemade Dog Food Made Easy

The principle I follow when making what the poodles dinner is that it should have variety, be healthy, enjoyed and most importantly not take me much time to make!

I do this by making their dinner pretty much what I am eating for the evening, but I make their dinner without the typical seasonings that I use, like chilli for instance. But the basics are the same.

Tonight we are all having roast chicken and vegetables, and that is pretty easy ‘homemade (dog) food’. Between the two of them they eat a quarter of a small chicken, so that costs about $3 for the serve, or $1.50 each. The vegetables maybe another 50 cents each. So although it sounds expensive, it is actually quite affordable for the small dog family. Of course there are no cooked chicken bones served, very dangerous for splintering.

They do have different needs to us though, and not all dog diets provide all the vitamins and minerals they need. The same can be said for us of course, but I will leave your needs in your own capable hands - the dogs I can help with!

Calcium is probably the most important and unless they are having lots of bones, you will need to supplement calcium. A primary purpose of the Wellbeing Mix is to ensure that this need is covered. The Wellbeing Mix covers 5 key areas for health and wellbeing, all naturally, from food not a laboratory:

  • Calcium is balanced so that you have confidence making food for them
  • Essential vitamins and minerals that are low or missing in modern diets
  • Essential fatty acids - Omega 3 & 6 (the good ones)
  • Antioxidants - super-foods with known health benefits
  • Pre & probiotics for a healthy digestive system.

Made to be used everyday as a delicious essential to your dog's food. Stay tuned for more information about dogs needs and some handy tips for what to feed your dog. It is an area I am passionate about, and really looking forward to being able to help dog lovers see how easy it is, and how much pure joy it brings into your life.


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