Natural Homemade Dog Food Recipes

by Beth McKittrin

Wow!  It seems everyone is wanting to make their own natural homemade dog food.   Jaime and I have been flooded with requests for a  recipe book!

Naturally we wanted it filled with recipes that are healthy and natural.

Sorry to say, we are still in the process of completing our book.   It is our top priority and we should have it ready real soon.   Again, we apologize for the delay.

For a while we were giving away a book entitled “Pamper Your Pet.”  This was a recipe book that we purchased to give away for free.   The problem was that when Jaime and I reviewed its contents more closely, we discovered a number of the recipes included unhealthy or undesirable ingredients.

So we took it off line and started preparing our own book:   “101 Natural Home Made Dog Food Recipes.”Natural Home Made Dog Food Recipes

When it comes out, we will be happy to let you know if you join our mailing list.   Why join our mailing list?

Well, Jaime and I have been working on putting together a newsletter.   For right now it will start out as a mailing list that we will use to send you great information about your dog’s health, training, and other news-related items that may affect your pet.

We know everyone who visits our site will want to join this list!

You can join our list by adding your first name and email address below.   Once we confirm your email address (done instantly), you will be the first to know when the new recipe book is available — we even promise to send you some free recipes in advance!

The new book will  include 101 natural homemade dog food recipes!

By the way, we have had thousands join our list, and we have NEVER given a single e-mail address away to anyone!   We keep them completely PRIVATE!   That is our promise to you.

When you make these natural homemade dog food recipes be sure to get  your kids involved!   They will love doing something good for their pet and it will bring you closer together as a family.

Here is where to Sign Up:

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28 Responses to “Natural Homemade Dog Food Recipes”

  1. Solana says:

    Loving your site.

  2. Heather says:

    I’ve been feeding my dogs homemade natural food for a few years now and they have never been healthier

  3. Tracy says:

    my dog won’t eat commercial dog food anymore.

  4. Sheila McDaniel says:

    Very nice website and very helpful. I have a dog who absolutely refuses to eat any type of commercial dog food so I was very concerned about this. I wanted to do natural homemade stuff but didn’t want it costing a arm and a legg and spending a lot of time preparing it. But now with the help of your website it is very east and only takes about 10 minutes to fix his food and he loves it, licking his bowl clean. He loves people food, so I knew this was the way to go for him. Thank you very much.

  5. I have been having a problem trying to download the free dog recipes

  6. Jaime says:

    Deborah: Sorry about that. I just went in and tried it and it seems to be
    working fine.

    In the meantime, I am sending a copy of the book to your email address.

    Thanks for taking the time to write.

  7. Sumner Sloan says:

    Love Love Love the info. on this site. Would like to see more. I have a handicapped dog – do you have any info. about that?


  8. Jaime says:

    Thanks for the feedback, Sheila. We’re in the process of updating our website, so please check back in a few weeks to see new articles and recipes and doggie talk. Beth M.

  9. Helen Zee says:

    I stumbled on this site, and I am so happy I did. I love what I’ve read so far and would love to join your email list. I would truly appreciate having the free dog food recipes. I am in the process of weaning my two dogs from commercial to home-made food. I want to do what’s best for them. Thank you so much.

  10. Joy says:

    love you website

  11. maggie says:

    love your site, thanks….i’ve been worried about buying treats made in china!!!! I love my doggie and do NOT want anything to happen to him.

  12. Dave says:

    Maybe it’s due to the website being developed but I can’t download the recipe book either.

    I do have a question: We have 2 large dogs and I just can’t afford the $50 a bag “good” dog food. Can I use a store bought bag and supplement it with your recipes to give them the added protein they need?

  13. Teresa Horting says:

    Just getting involved in non-commercial dog food. Your site has been helpful.

  14. Kaite says:

    Thank you for this info on homemade dog food. It’s been very helpful!

  15. Christina says:

    I like the sound of foods you can preare from everyday foods and not have to be concerned that it is specifically for pets as everyone can share the meal together.

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  17. Jeannette says:

    Just wondering, I just bought a 5 year old standard poodle and her previous owner cooked her food. I want to do the same so have been looking for good recipes and found your site. I am very excited to look at the whole site but was wondering why we feed grains to animals? They just could not get many in the wild. Is it just a filler and will it hurt my dog if I leave them out. Thanks so much. Jeannette

  18. Renee says:

    Thanks for sharing all of your information! Much appreciated!!

  19. laurie says:

    so glad I found this site thank you

  20. Lynda Lawlor says:

    I can’t wait to try your recipes

  21. Kathy Ashby says:

    Looking forward to making my own dog food.

  22. Raymond says:

    My dog will not eat commercial food, so thank you for the information and recipes, to help make her healthier.

  23. merri edge says:

    want to make my own dog food . Can’t wait

  24. Donna Nichols says:

    I love what I have seen on your website. My dog also hates commercial food and have been looking for some natural recipes. Unfortunetly I have to go to the library to use the Internet but can print things off there. Keep up the good work and I look forward to looking at your website again. Donna

  25. Jaime says:

    Dave: Cost is unfortunately a consideration. We have been there ourselves. But we have both noticed a big difference in our dog’s energy level and general health when whenever we’ve used the cheaper dog foods. AND … I notice a lot more itching, so we try to avoid it as much as possible. Many dog experts object to feeding your dog table scraps, but I personally find that a much better solution than the store bought kibble — assuming you as humans eat a reasonably healthy diet. Just set aside a little of the meat you’re cooking for your dog and mix it with a little yogurt (very good for the dog) or cottage cheese, some mixed veggies — whatever you’ve got. I’ll slip her some rice or oatmeal or something grainish on occasion too — so long as it isn’t the #1 (#2) ingredient. I hope this helps.

  26. Jan says:

    I am really excited to make my dogs their own homemade food…its going to be great I’m sure! thanks so much for all the info. It’s a great web site!

  27. Gary Alan says:

    I can see the great impact of home made dog food from the comments here. I am also passionate about feeding my dogs home made dog food. Commercialized dog food almost caused the life of my dogs in the past. They started to refuse their food and became very ill. But a friend of mine advised me to cook food for my dogs and do away with commercialized dog food because I am slowly poisoning my dogs with all the chemicals and preservatives on it. I am very happy my dogs gained their appetite back and are now very healthy and strong. They always look forward to my cooking because they can have variety of recipes from time to time.

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