This section of my blog covers ingredients for fall dog food & treat recipes such as pumpkin, sweet potato, golden paste & more!
You’ll also find ideas for fall activities with dogs!
Today I answer the questions “Can I feed my dog raw pumpkin?”, “Can dogs eat pumpkin seeds?” and “What makes pumpkin nutritious for dogs?”
You can easily improve your homemade pumpkin puree for dogs by adding this simple health booster! It’s also great for picky eaters!
Pumpkin puree for dogs is one of my favorite natural supplements for dogs. It helps with diarrhea, constipation & is a great dog food topper too!
Bone broth for dogs is a favorite supplement in our pack because it’s an immune system booster, great for joint health, and easy to digest!
Dehydrated sweet potato dog treats are a low-calorie, nutritional powerhouse-treat. Learn how to make them yourself here!
Turmeric paste for dogs has anti-inflammatory benefits which makes it a great anti-cancer supplement. It’s easy and quick to make at home, but you can also find premade alternatives at the store.
Golden paste treats for dogs are a superfood and consist of turmeric paste. They can be added to raw, homecooked, and dry dog food.
I’ve been making my own raw dog food since 2016 and today I’m sharing how to feed your dog wild raw venison, along with a recipe!
Finding the right dog food for picky eaters can be frustrating! Try these homemade, tasty food toppers to get your pup eating again!
Embrace autumn with these 15 inexpensive fall activities for dogs! From pumpkin picking to leaf-chasing, you’ll create unforgettable memories.
Did you know that there are 7 mushrooms that can kill your dog? Learn more including symptoms of mushroom poisoning and what to do if your dog ate a shroom.