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I have been making home cooked foods for my dog and he loves it. Sure, once in a while there is an ingredient that he does not like and will not eat it. I am sure you do the same with your food. All of us have foods that we do not like. Have you considered preparing home cooked foods for your dog? One of the reasons that I started cooking for my dog was to solve the skin problems he was having. With the help of a pet store clerk it was brought to my attention that my dog may be allergic to the bran on the rice. I tried her suggestion by switching to corn and she was correct. This was another turning point for me to take a closer look at ingredients in commercially prepared dog food. When I started researching preparing home cooked foods for my dog, there was a lot of mixed opinions or hard core beliefs as to why you should feed your dog with one method and not another. There are people who strongly believe that pet food should be raw, cooked, or commercially prepared. As you think about these different belief systems there is cause for confusion as you try to provide your pet with good food and nutrition. Because I had my doubts I moved carefully and served small portions noting changes occurring in my dog. Whatever foods made him better I made a point of including it in his meals. His skin problems and allergies are gone. Much is said about raw food and at first I was squeamish about this, however, I did feed him human grade muscle meats and continue to do so because it corrected the plaque build up around his teeth. So, I guess there may be truth that the bacterium which is produced in the body of the dog when fed raw meat produces certain bacteria which are beneficial to their teeth. Bad breath is also gone. After cutting up human grade muscle meat I do freeze it. In my research it was indicated that freezing raw met kills harmful bacteria. When you feed your pet, use clean utensils; do not use your fingers to handle his meat. This may cause harmful bacteria contamination from you to your pet or from your pet to you. There is a lot of fuss about feeding grains. A dog will chase and kill another animal for food, but he will not chase a corn cob for food. I did a lot of research about grains because many of our commercial pet foods have a large amount of grains in their product formula. The majority of research says that when the grains are properly cooked they are easily digested and tolerated by our pets.


I have spoken with my local vet about the food changes that were made and how my dog has improved. His meals contain one third raw meat, one third cooked food, and one third commercial dry pet food. My vet said it was okay to do this. Learn how to prepare home cooked meals for your pets today. Visit the pet section of Tricia Deed at http://www.Infotrish.vpweb.com/ Review Dog Food Secrets.

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