There’s a reason why pets beg at your table—they want real food! Not the kibble manufactured by pet food companies, drained of nutrients. If we are dedicated to preparing healthy meaals for ourselves in the comfort and safety of our own kitchens, shouldn’t we be doing the same for our 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.
Recipes for Dogs include:
Turkey & Oats
Beef, Egg & Rice
Chicken, Shrimp, and Veggies
Salmon & Cabbage
Recipes for cats include:
Turkey & Salmon Hash
Steak & Eggs
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!
About the Author
Dr. Cathy Alinovi received a general veterinary degree at the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. However, she soon realized that most of her patients couldn’t be fixed by general veterinary medicine. Dr. Alinovi then trained and received certifications in a variety of alternative and holistic methods including veterinary food therapy, spinal manipulation, acupuncture, and aromatherapy. Dr. Alinovi leads her own practice, Healthy Pawsibilities, and continues to treat 80 percent of her patients with adequate nutrition instead of prescriptions. Dr. Alinovi lives in Pine Village, Indiana.
Susan Thixton is a pet food safety advocate and founder of the website TruthaboutPetFood.com that provides pet food education to pet owners. She holds advisory positions on two committees that are part of the Association of American Feed Control Officials and is currently working toward developing regular meetings about pet food with the US Food and Drug Administration. She previously authored Buyer Beware: The Crimes, Lies, and Truth about Pet Food. Thixton lives in Safety Harbor, Florida.