“My dogs gave it four paws up!”—Debra M. Eldredge, DVM, award-winning author of Dog Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook The only question in life that really matters to dogs is “What’s my next meal?” With Dinner for Dogs, you’ll know exactly what’s in your dog’s food—all the right stuff for a happy and healthy pooch (which means fewer expensive trips to the vet)! A pet-food expert and passionate believer that our dogs deserve quality food, Henrietta Morrison developed these simple-yet-tasty recipes with the help of a vet and nutritionist. With tips throughout on cooking recipes in batches to save time, maximizing pantry ingredients, and more, Dinner for Dogs will help you to whip up weeknight dinners, special feasts, and flavorful treats for dogs of all ages, from puppy to old hound. Inside you’ll find: Balanced Breakfasts: Apple and Blueberry Muffins, Morning Oatmeal Daily Dinners: Homemade Kibble, Chicken and Rice Balls Special Meals for Special Days: Celebration Cupcakes, Meat Pies Tasty Treats: Peanut Butter and Buckwheat Kisses, Cheesy Puffs Recovery Recipes: Calming Oats, Quick Doggy Ice Cream And Advice on how to read a dog food label, calorie requirements, and more.
50 Home-Cooked Recipes for a Happy, Healthy Dog
Author: Henrietta Morrison
Publisher: The Experiment
Developed with the assistance of a veterinarian, these delicious, nutritious and simple recipes offer dog owners alternatives to mass-produced pet foods including homemade kibble, breakfast oatmeal, meat pies and even doggie ice cream.
50 Home-Cooked Recipes for a Happy, Healthy Dog
Author: Henrietta Morrison
Publisher: The Experiment
Everyone wants to give their dog the best chance in life. The author's border terrier, Lily, was a fussy eater as a puppy, plagued by earache and skin problems. As dog lover Henrietta Morrison began cooking for her, Lily's problems disappeared. A passionate believer that we should feed our dogs the same quality of food as ourselves, Henrietta serves up in this attractive book of 50 tasty and easy recipes for dog food, developed with the help of a vet. Here are ideas for making your own biscuits, kibble and quick treats perfect for long walks, as well as nourishing everyday recipes including recovery recipes for poorly dogs and dishes perfect for young puppies. Alongside the recipes come tips and advice - from how to read a pet food label to the best herbs to include in a homemade meal for your dog. This charming book is a delicious treat for dog lovers everywhere.
Author: Henrietta Morrison
Publisher: Random House
Dogs’ Dinners features inexpensive and practical ways to feed your dog a nutritious, balanced diet – all from scratch! Debora promotes a method of natural feeding that fits easily into everyday life, as well as catering each diet specifically to your pets’ own individual needs. Whether it’s simply a few biscuits from time to time or the full from-scratch experience, it’s a wonderful way to build up that very special bond between you and your dog. And who knows, you may even find some recipes that can be tweaked with extra seasonings, to make them as enjoyable for you as they are for your dog. Featuring over 50 delicious recipes, the book begins with a helpful Dogs' Larder section, outlining do's and don'ts, easy swaps and quick snacks. Following chapters cover Everyday Eating, One-Pot Dinners, Taking the Biscuits (treats and biscuits), Special Occasions (your dog’s very own birthday cake and Christmas Dinner) and Feel Better Food. Getting started needn’t be daunting – you probably have many of the ingredients you need to rustle up great meals for your dog in your cupboards, refrigerator and freezer already. Beautifully illustrated throughout by Cinzia Zenocchini, this is the perfect book for any culinary-inclined dog lover. Bone appétit!
The healthy, happy way to feed your dog
Author: Debora Robertson,
Featuring such options as Puppy Pesto, Bacon Yappetizers and Mutt Loaf, a cookbook by the creator of the "DogFoodDude" blog provides natural-foods recipes for dogs based on the nutritional guidelines of veterinary manuals.
Easy, Nutritious Meals and Treats for Dogs
Author: Rick Woodford
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
For more than a quarter century, How to Be Your Dog's Best Friend has been the standard against which all other dog-training books have been measured. This expanded edition preserves the best features of the original classic while bringing the book fully up-to-date. The result: the ultimate training manual for a new generation of dog owners--and, of course, for their canine best friends. The Monks of New Skete have achieved international renown as breeders of German shepherds and as outstanding trainers of dogs of all breeds. Their unique approach to canine training, developed and refined over four decades, is based on the philosophy that "understanding is the key to communication, compassion, and communion" with your dog. How to Be Your Dog's Best Friend covers virtually every aspect of living with and caring for your dog, including: Selecting a dog (what breed? male? female? puppy or older dog?) to fit your lifestyle Where to get--and where not to get--a dog Reading a pedigree Training your dog or puppy--when, where, and how The proper use of praise and discipline Feeding, grooming, and ensuring your dog's physical fitness Recognizing and correcting canine behavioral problems The particular challenges of raising a dog where you live - in the city, country, or suburb The proper techniques for complete care of your pet at every stage of his or her life In its scope, its clarity, and its authority, How to Be Your Dog's Best Friend remains unrivaled as a basic training guide for dog owners. Like no other book, this guide can help you understand and appreciate your dog's nature as well as his or her distinct personality--and in so doing, it can significantly enrich the life you share with your dog.
A Training Manual for Dog Owners
Author: Monks of New Skete
Publisher: Little, Brown
There’s a reason why pets beg at the table—they want real food! Not the kibble manufactured by pet food companies, transformed beyond recognition, drained of natural nutrients, and a far cry from fresh meat, vegetables, and grain. If we as human beings are so dedicated to preparing healthy, homemade meals for ourselves in the comfort and safety of our own kitchens, shouldn’t we be doing the same for our beloved pets? Dinner PAWsible is a collection of more than fifty cat and dog food recipes that will teach you how to whip up a fresh, balanced meal for your hungry critters. Written by a veterinarian certified in food therapy and an advocate for pet food safety, these recipes are also based on the National Research Council requirements for dogs and cats. Debunk the myth that pet food companies are the only entities qualified to feed your pets. Instead, beat pet obesity, disease, and sickness by reaching into your pantry or refrigerator, turning on the stove, and starting to cook yourself! Making food at home will also decrease those exorbitant pet food bills. It’s time to go back to the table. Know exactly what your pet is eating and serve it a variety of real food that it deserves. Be a responsible pet parent by balancing your pet’s diet and pleasing its palate. Cooking for your pet is paws-ible!
A Cookbook of Nutritious, Homemade Meals for Cats and Dogs
Author: Cathy Alinovi,Susan Thixton
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
In Newbery Medalist Cynthia Rylant's classic bestseller, the author comforts readers young and old who have lost a dog. Recommended highly by pet lovers around the world, Dog Heaven not only comforts but also brings a tear to anyone who is devoted to a pet. From expansive fields where dogs can run and run to delicious biscuits no dog can resist, Rylant paints a warm and affectionate picture of the ideal place God would, of course, create for man's best friend. The first picture book illustrated by the author, Dog Heaven is enhanced by Rylant's bright, bold paintings that perfectly capture an afterlife sure to bring solace to anyone who is grieving.
Author: Cynthia Rylant
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Home Cooking for Your Dog is the first holistic cookbook for dogs to include recipes for cooked meals, treats, and the raw food diet—a big trend in the pet industry. User-friendly, chop-licking recipes like Fido’s Fishcakes, Potluck Polenta, and Peanut Butter and Coconut Cakes call for healthy ingredients you can find in your local grocery store (or may already have at home) to create balanced, nutritious meals for a healthier, happier dog. Headnotes provide nutrition information, cooking tips, and anecdotes from the author about her own four dogs to help readers transition their dogs to a homemade diet. Illustrated with a combination of irresistible color photographs of dogs and humorous line art, the book is a must-have for dog owners everywhere. A portion of the proceeds will support animal rescue. Praise for Home Cooking for Your Dog: “For those who have grown weary of mass-produced dog food, Home Cooking For Your Dog contains healthy recipes and diet advice for dogs.” —LA Times’ Jacket Copy blog “Get your puppy the gift of a nutritious, home made meal.” —Ladies’ Home Journal “It’s chock full of all sorts of goodness your dog will gladly gobble down.” —Modern Dog magazine
75 Holistic Recipes for a Healthier Dog
Author: Christine Filardi
A woman with little experience with animals signs up to be a volunteer trainer at The Sanctuary, a home for strays and unwanted dogs, and learns more than she bargained for about forgiveness, rehabilitation and being rescued. 50,000 first printing.
Author: Ellen Cooney
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
A New York Times bestseller? Oh, you know the dogs weren't going to let the cats get away with that! This canine companion to I Could Pee on This, the beloved volume of poems by cats, I Could Chew on This will have dog lovers laughing out loud. Doggie laureates not only chew on quite a lot of things, they also reveal their creativity, their hidden motives, and their eternal (and sometimes misguided) effervescence through such musings as "I Dropped a Ball," "I Lose My Mind When You Leave the House," and "Can You Smell That?" Accompanied throughout by portraits of the canine poets in all their magnificence, I Could Chew on This is a work of unbridled enthusiasm, insatiable appetite, and, yes, creative genius.
And Other Poems by Dogs
Author: Francesco Marciuliano
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Dig in! Twenty-five lick-your-plate-clean recipes to share with your dog! Share a meal with your best furry friend! With Cooking for Two: Your Dog and You, canines and their humans can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner together! In this two-species cookbook, Brandon Schultz has adapted dozens of “people food” recipes to accommodate the palates of humans and the dietary limitations of dogs. He covers which foods are and aren’t safe for our faithful companions, suggests resources for making day-to-day dog food, and even gives tips on making dishes for special occasions. Each recipe has instructions and ingredient lists for both types of diners. Recipes include: • Sweet Potato Fries • Fruit Salad with Honey • Beef Stew • Greek Yogurt Banana Split • And many more! You no longer have to wonder if your dog really likes his kibbles. Set an extra place at the table, and watch him chow down on some truly tasty dishes. A seasoned pet chef, Brandon is proud to present his second cookbook for pets and their humans. Take it from his canine coauthor Chase: you’ll be licking your plate clean!
Delicious Recipes for You and Your Favorite Canine
Author: Brandon Schultz,Chase Schultz-Osenlund
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
Feeling guilty about being unable to share your dinner with your canine companion? Worried about whether your leftovers are good for your pet? The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook is a fun, healthy cookbook with delicious meals that dog owners and dogs can enjoy together. It includes more than one hundred balanced, delicious recipes that are corn, sugar, soy, and gluten free. Some included recipes: · Spaghetti and Meatballs · Fish Burgers with Parsley Dilled Mayonnaise · Braised Turkey Soup · Lamb Shanks with Figs and Blueberries · Chicken Tenders with Coconut and Sesame Seeds · Pumpkin Frittata · And many more! The recipes are human, canine, and kid friendly and are easy—even for the beginner cook!
100 Easy, Healthy Recipes for Dogs and Humans
Author: Gayle Pruitt
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
There is more information and studies that prove dogs can live a happy and healthy life on a plant based diet. This informative lifestyle guide and vegan cookbook for dogs includes extensive content into what foods promote health and aid longevity, whilst explaining why feeding dogs commercial dog food is not just harming and compromising the health of our dogs but is also devastating our planet. Plant Based Recipes for Dogs shows you exactly how to create nutritionally balanced meals that are sure to win over even the fussiest eater. With over 60 delicious nutritious recipes including treats, complete meals, fast food ideas, Kong(r) fillings, homemade remedies and much more, including: Sweet Potato Chew Strips - Coconut & Pineapple Cookies - Peanut Pillow Bites - Apple & Ginger Balls - Parsley & Mint Breath Bones - Quinoa Protein Power Dinner - Buddha Bark Bowl - Mixed Bean Vegetable Salad - Pearl Barley & Lentil Dog Meal - Scrambled Tofu & Vegan Sausages. www.vegandoglifestyle.com
Feed Your Dog for Health and Longevity
Author: Heather Coster
Are you OBSESSED with your dog? Have you ever canceled plans because you'd rather spend Saturday night with your pup? Does your dog have his own Facebook page or Instagram feed? When you go on vacation, does your furry BFF come along with her own suitcase? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this dog-care book is for you! Packed with expert tips on dog park etiquette, good grooming, holiday safety, and how to visit friends and family with your dog in tow (hint: BYO treats and a special blanket), Dog Obsessed combines humorous advice with sound, veterinarian-approved programs for weight loss, exercise, and physical and emotional health. Including 45 easy-to-prepare, homemade dog food recipes (plus celebratory party fare and wine pairings for you!), Dog Obsessed is the definitive guide to enjoying a happier, healthier life with your favorite furry family member.
The Honest Kitchen's Complete Guide to a Happier, Healthier Life for the Pup You Love
Author: Lucy Postins
Publisher: Rodale Books
Offers seventy-five healthy recipes that nutritionally enhance pets' diets, and provides information on switching dogs and cats to a homemade diet and tailoring diets to pets' specific needs.
75 Whole-Food Recipes and Tasty Treats for Dogs and Cats of All Ages
Author: Barbara Taylor-Laino
Publisher: Fair Winds Press (MA)
Lots of people enjoy making or buying treats for their pets, but wouldn't it be wonderful to cook a real meal for the four-legged member of the household? Quirky yet practical, these cookbooks provide recipes that are nutritionally balanced and veterinarian-approved. They even include sections on "tandem" recipes - recipes for humans that, with slight modifications, can also be served to pets. REAL FOOD FOR CATS is The Cat Lover's Cookbook, completely revised with new recipes, new information, and all-new illustrations.
50 Vet-approved Recipes to Please the Canine Gastronome
Author: Arden Moore
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Offers more than fifty recipes for home-cooked dog food, emphasizing the nutritional benefits of fresh, home-prepared meals for dogs and including tips on portion size, what to do with scraps, and potentially harmful ingredients.
Sharing with Your Dog the Everyday Good Food You Cook and Enjoy
Author: Judith Jones
If the reader want to pamper your four - legged friend with a bit of variety in the dog bowl, it presents recipes for every occasion - crunchy dog cookies, healthy meat meals with fresh vegetables.
Author: Ingeborg Pils
Publisher: Parragon Incorporated
What do eggs, flour, and milk have in common? They form the basis of crepes of course, but they also each have an evolutionary purpose. Eggs, seeds (from which flour is derived by grinding) and milk are each designed by evolution to nourish offspring. Everything we eat has an evolutionary history. Grocery shelves and restaurant menus are bounteous evidence of evolution at work, though the label on the poultry will not remind us of this with a Jurassic sell-by date, nor will the signs in the produce aisle betray the fact that corn has a 5,000 year history of artificial selection by pre-Colombian Americans. Any shopping list, each recipe, every menu and all ingredients can be used to create culinary and gastronomic magic, but can also each tell a story about natural selection, and its influence on our plates--and palates. Join in for multiple courses, for a tour of evolutionary gastronomy that helps us understand the shape of our diets, and the trajectories of the foods that have been central to them over centuries--from spirits to spices. This literary repast also looks at the science of our interaction with foods and cooking--the sights, the smells, the tastes. The menu has its eclectic components, just as any chef is entitled. But while it is not a comprehensive work which might risk gluttony, this is more than an amuse bouche, and will leave every reader hungry for more.
Food, Drink, and Evolution
Author: Jonathan Silvertown
Publisher: University of Chicago Press