Archive for the ‘Recipes’ Category

Natural Treatment of Canine Diabetes (With Infographic) ©

Canine Diabetes has become quite common in dogs, especially as they age or if they are overweight. Like humans, dogs can have either Type I or Type II Diabetes. The top cause for Type II Canine Diabetes is obesity, but it can also be caused by genetics, infection, pancreatitis, and medications. NOTE OF CAUTION: A […]

Natural Treatment of Feline Diabetes (With Infographic) ©

Feline Diabetes has become quite common in cats, especially as they age or if they are overweight. Like humans, cats can have either Type I or Type II Diabetes. It is estimated that 50-70% of cats with Diabetes have Type I. The most common cause of Type I Diabetes in cats is amyloidosis. The top […]

Roll ‘ems: How to Naturally Supplement DIY Dehydrated Pet Treats ©

It can be a challenge to add natural supplements to your pet’s diet, especially if you make your own pet food and/or feed raw.  We have a few simple tricks we use when making dehydrated pet treats that may help.  These pet treats can be formulated for virtually all pets, including dogs, cats, horses, fish […]

Natural Horse Treat Recipe: Healthy Warm Mash ©

Warm bran mash has been a treat given to horses for generations. In recent years, equine experts have concluded bran mash isn’t as healthy for horses as was once thought. Many horse owners still enjoy making a warm treat for their horses in the Winter, however, so they continue to feed bran mash. It’s time […]

Holistic Canine Cranberry Christmas Cookie Recipe

This holiday dog treat recipe nurtures the bladder and urinary tract, improves digestion, supports the immune system, balances alkalinity, and offers a complete mineral boost. Holistic, Healing and Nutritional Benefits of this dog treat recipe:

Using Nutritive Herbs for Pet Dietary Supplements (with Recipe) ©

Supplements derived from whole foods offer benefits that synthetic supplements do not. Synthetic vitamins and minerals are fractions. They’re one part of a group of compounds that make up a whole nutrient. These compounds may influence each other or work together in ways we don’t yet understand. Nutrients derived from fresh, whole foods offer a […]

Pet Treat Recipe: Super-Greens Muffins for Dogs and Horses ©

This is a time of year when fresh, organic vegetables are plentiful and often on sale. There is an abundance of green, leafy vegetables at our disposal and their benefits to dogs and horses are many. They’re packed with nutrients, including Vitamins A, C and K, iron, folic acid, manganese, magnesium, calcium, glucosinolates and phytochemicals. […]

Natural Sources of Electrolytes for Pets + Treat Recipe ©

Ionic solutions called electrolytes are essential for nerve and muscle function, and to maintain fluid and acid-base balance.  Electrolytes can conduct electrical impulses when dissolved in body fluids.  The electrolytes sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, chloride, calcium, and phosphates are at risk of depletion when animals and humans are dehydrated. Electrolyte balance becomes especially important in the […]

Book Review: My Dog Says I’m a Great Cook! (With Ezine Draw) ©

I’ve always loved community cookbooks because the contributors share their very best recipes.  They’re the most used cookbooks in my collection, worn and stained with splatters of fudge and other goodies that almost invariably turn out.  That’s why I was so happy to hear that John Bigley and Paris Permenter of DogTipper.com were calling for […]

Natural Dog Treat Recipe – Seasonal Seaweedies ©

Dog treats can be yummy, healthy and festive too!  This dog cookie recipe uses the natural coloring effects of nutrition-packed mixed seaweed, which produces a green cookie with flecks of red. 

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