Homemade & Natural Diets
First it is important to strive for a variety of foods
that will ensure a proper nutritional balance.
Dr. Pitcairn recommends that you stick to the recipes
as closely as possible and use fresh or organic ingredients whenever possible.
And if your dog will eat it, use raw meats and fresh
vegetables such as parsley, alfalfa sprouts, carrots, and zucchini. Cooked corn, peas, green beans and
broccoli are also excellent sources of nutrition. (Dogs eat veggies in the wild and this is an important part
of their nutrition.)
However, take precaution against pesticides and
wash any non organic veggies prior to use)
For optimum canine health,
Daily Multi-Vitamin & Mineral for
a full week of Bones and Raw Food (BARF)?
If raw is your choice you can plan next weeks
menu Click here
Does your dog
love chicken, beef or liver?
If so click here for some free recipes that are sure to
Not ready to start preparing raw and natural foods at
home? Don't fret. There is an alternative.
Natural Balance and others offers natural raw dog food through premium
For a complete recipe guide see
Dr. Pitcairn's Natural Health for Dogs and