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Are Things Getting.... Boring?

A few long time customers have been reaching out to me recently with the same comments and questions

"My dog is getting bored of the food"

I get it. Imagine eating the same thing over and over again for the rest of your life with no changes! (But imagine eating kibble? YUCK!)

There are so many things you can do to your pets food to change things up without breaking the bank or changing brands!

Have you ever thought about how GOOD Mushrooms are for your dog? A little bit of this incredible mixture is sure to add some new flavors to your dogs dinner.


Add 1 cup fresh (or 1/2cup dried) chopped mushrooms (Something we're adding to our stock real soon! But for now, use: Mushrooms ) and 2cups pure water

to a pot.

Grate 1/2 teaspoon fresh ginger and turmeric root into

broth, if desired. Simmer for 20 minutes, and let cool. Puree mix-

ture until smooth, pour into ice cube tray, and freeze.

Pop out one portion (1 ounce) for every 10 pounds of body weight, thaw,

and mix into food for an instant ergo boost.

(From the Forever Dog by Dr. Karen Becker & Rodney Habib)

Pumpkin is a big favorite among many dogs! add a teaspoon per 10lbs of body weight to start with as this is a high-fiber food!

Canned fish! Salmon, tuna, sardines, mackerel, whatever you find in the store is perfect for your dog! If your dog is a big fish lover this will certainly spice up your dogs dinner.

I do not recommend using Fish oil but there are PLENTY of other fantastic oils to add to your dogs food for a bit of flavor! Phytoplankton is a bigger winner in my house! A rich fishy taste full of so many nutrients you will wonder why you didn't try this before. Flaxseed, hempseed, green-lipped mussel oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, olive-oil,... All yummy

Spruce it up by adding fruits or veggies! IF your dog is a lover of healthy foods try pulverizing potato skins( ripe!!) asparagus, pumpkin and celery together for a yummy green addition!


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