Homemade Dog Kibble
Learn how to make dry dog food with this easy homemade dog kibble dish.
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If you are nervous about cooking for your dog, whether that’s because you’re concerned the meal might not be nutritionally complete or you are just not sure where to start—this great homemade dog kibble recipe is the perfect place to start. Developed by Henriette Morrison, founder of Lily’s Kitchen, a pet food company in the UK, this recipe makes it easy to make dog kibble at home.
Morrison started cooking for her dog Lily because of worsening skin allergies and found cooking homemade food was a real game-changer. “When I first started to cook for Lily, it was really out of desperation. I had tried almost all pet foods on the market, and she would either refuse to eat them, or they just exacerbated her itchy skin.” As a proponent of healthy and proper foods, Morrison’s first recipes included oat flour, blueberries, squash, and sweet potatoes. She was delighted to find that her homemade meals radically improved her pup’s itchy, irritated skin.
In addition to removing allergens, homemade dog food can benefit your dog’s health and well-being by ensuring fresh, high-quality, easily digestible ingredients. Morrison collaborated with several holistic and conventional veterinarians to formulate her recipes while developing her cookbook, Dinner for Dogs. This easy homemade dog kibble dish combines turkey, lentils, carrots and other healthy veggies, rosemary, and more yummy ingredients.
While caution was taken to give safe recommendations and accurate instructions in this article, it is impossible to predict an individual dog’s reaction to any food or ingredient. Readers should consult their vets and use personal judgment when applying this information to their own dogs’ diets.
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