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Thinking Outside the Box of Treats

Thinking Outside the Box of Treats

If you’ve been down the treat aisle in a pet supply store recently, you’ll have noticed that the variety of products has exploded to the point of becoming overwhelming. Not only do we have the treats filled with byproducts from yesteryear, but also “better-for-you” treats that have high quality ingredients, are grain-free, are vegetarian, are…

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Tiptoeing from Treats into Home Cooking for Pets

I often hear from frustrated clients who are unable to find a commercial pet food that does not contain an ingredient or ingredients to which their pet may react. This is definitely a shortcoming from an industry that provides an abundance of choices. My suggestion is always to home cook and freeze meals for a…

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Guest Blog Post: Easy-to-Bake Dog Treats

Thanks to Coleen for providing us with photos and an easy-to-bake dog treat recipe for any dog to enjoy! I make my own treats because after his NutriScan results showed many intolerances there are few commercial options out there and with agility training I reward often! I then can control the ingredients and also the fat…

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Guest Blog Post: Dehydrating Dog Treats

A special thank you to Kathryn for writing this up for us and teaching others how to dehydrate dog treats.  The main reason I decided to buy a dehydrator to make my dogs’ treats was cost. Already dehydrated liver is very expensive. Why spend $4.00 for 4 ounces if I can buy grass-fed liver for…

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