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Recipe: Low Fat Food for Dogs with Chicken

Obesity is an epidemic that is quickly taking over our country. Pets and their humans are more obese now than ever before. Obesity is linked to some very serious health conditions, like heart disease, liver disease and even cancer. This low fat food for dogs can help your pooch shed those unnecessary pounds.

Recipe: Homemade Wet Dog Food with Beef & Turkey

This recipe uses two protein sources to offer a variety of flavor within the same meal. You could use just one meat or substitute for different protein sources such as fish, venison or rabbit meat. This homemade wet dog food would make a great for any adult pup, as long as they don't have specific dietary restrictions or needs.

Recipe: Easy Chicken and Broccoli Dog Food with Rice

The biggest factor in the overall cost of homemade dog food is the protein source that you decide to use. I like including this recipe in my repertoire of homemade dog meals because it's simple to make and very affordable. With just four ingredients, this chicken and broccoli dog food can be made for less than $1 per cup.

Recipe: Homemade Kibble for Dogs

Most homemade dog food recipes you can find online or in books will make a moist recipe. If you would prefer to feed a dry dog food, this homemade kibble for dogs is a great recipe to start with. It's easy to make and healthy for most adult dogs. Just be sure to touch base with your veterinarian before making a change to your pup's diet.

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Recipe: Skillet Turkey Dog Food with Veggies

Homemade dog food is a healthier alternative to commercial diets for most pets. You can cater the meals to your dog's individual needs, and you can use the healthiest ingredients available. This skillet turkey dog food is made with vegetables, flaxseed, yogurt and other superfood ingredients.

Recipe: Meatless Homemade Dog Food with Peanut Butter

The concern with a meatless diet is that it will not provide the complete, balanced nutrition that your dog requires. This is why it is so important for you to consult with your veterinarian before switching your dog to a meatless diet. Better yet, consult a trained canine nutritionist who can guide you in creating meatless recipes that will provide proper nutrition for your pet.

Recipe: Healthy Turkey Casserole for Dogs

Homemade dog food is a healthier alternative to commercial diets, when you do it properly. You can cater homemade meals to your dog's unique nutritional needs, and you can use the healthiest ingredients available. This recipe uses turkey, vegetables, brown rice and other safe and healthy ingredients, and you can make substitutions to the ingredients if need be.

Recipe: Crockpot Dog Food Recipe with Pork

Every dog has unique nutritional needs based on many factors including their weight, age and activity level. The only way that you can meet all of your dog's nutritional needs is to create a customized homemade dog food diet. This crockpot dog food recipe includes multiple superfoods and beneficial ingredients that will aid in your dog's overall health and well-being.

Recipe: Egg Based Food for Dogs with Liver Disease

The liver is a vital organ in the body that removes toxins and waste from the system and produces bile for better digestion. When a dog's liver gets compromised, the build-up of toxins and waste will affect other organs as well, leading to life threatening health problems. This condition can be treated with medication, food for dogs with liver disease and close monitoring of the liver function.

Chicken & Veggies Food for Dogs with Diabetes Recipe

Diabetes is a very common health issue seen in domestic canines. The most commonly diagnosed type resembles Type 1 Diabetes in humans. If your pet has been diagnosed with this condition, your veterinarian will certainly want to discuss a change in diet. This food for dogs with Diabetes will not be nutritionally balanced for all pets, so be sure to discuss it with your veterinarian first.

Recipe: Slow Cooker Beef Stew Food for Dogs with Digestive Problems

Digestive problems in dogs can range from mild, short lived issues to severe, long-term diseases. It may be as simple as your dog having eaten something that he shouldn't have or it could be a parasite, bacteria or virus that is causing the problem. Before switching your pup to food for dogs with digestive problems, it's best to seek help from your veterinarian to find the root cause of the issues.

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