Feeling guilty about being unable to share your dinner with your canine companion? Worried about whether your leftovers are good for your pet? The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook is a fun, healthy cookbook with delicious meals that dog owners and dogs can enjoy together. It includes more than one hundred balanced, delicious recipes that are corn, sugar, soy, and gluten free. Some included recipes: · Spaghetti and Meatballs · Fish Burgers with Parsley Dilled Mayonnaise · Braised Turkey Soup · Lamb Shanks with Figs and Blueberries · Chicken Tenders with Coconut and Sesame Seeds · Pumpkin Frittata · And many more! The recipes are human, canine, and kid friendly and are easy—even for the beginner cook!
Dog-Gone Good Cuisine is a fun, healthy recipe book for humans and their canine kids. While there are other, successful doggie cookbooks in the marketplace, Pruitt's second offering is unique in that the homemade dishes are intended to be enjoyed by chef and puppy together. It includes more than 100 balanced, delicious dog food and human food recipes that are corn, sugar, soy, and gluten free and is sprinkled with gorgeous, full color images of absolutely adorable rescue dogs. The recipes are human, canine, and kid friendly and are easy - even for the beginner cook. The book will include a chapter on holiday dishes, as well as special recipes to address illnesses. Sample recipes include: - Individual Spinach Kale Lasagna - Spiced Stuffed Peppers - Twice Baked Broccoli Asparagus Soufflé - Pears w/ Raspberry Sauce - Cream of Cinderella Pumpkin Soup - Chicken Pot Pie cooked in Sweet Pepper - Tomato Carrot Soup - Curried Beef Sliders - Manicotti - Salmon Florentine And many more!
Home Cooking for Your Dog is the first holistic cookbook for dogs to include recipes for cooked meals, treats, and the raw food diet—a big trend in the pet industry. User-friendly, chop-licking recipes like Fido’s Fishcakes, Potluck Polenta, and Peanut Butter and Coconut Cakes call for healthy ingredients you can find in your local grocery store (or may already have at home) to create balanced, nutritious meals for a healthier, happier dog. Headnotes provide nutrition information, cooking tips, and anecdotes from the author about her own four dogs to help readers transition their dogs to a homemade diet. Illustrated with a combination of irresistible color photographs of dogs and humorous line art, the book is a must-have for dog owners everywhere. A portion of the proceeds will support animal rescue. Praise for Home Cooking for Your Dog: “For those who have grown weary of mass-produced dog food, Home Cooking For Your Dog contains healthy recipes and diet advice for dogs.” —LA Times’ Jacket Copy blog “Get your puppy the gift of a nutritious, home made meal.” —Ladies’ Home Journal “It’s chock full of all sorts of goodness your dog will gladly gobble down.” —Modern Dog magazine
Author: Lisa Fortunato
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2007-08-01
The Everything Cooking for Dogs Book is packed with 100 delicious recipes and useful information on caring for a pooch's nutritional needs. Readers will delight to find 150 easy-to-prepare healthy treat and meal alternatives their pooch will love. From birthday parties to everyday rewards, this book provides a recipe for every occasion. Readers will also learn to care for their furry family member's nutritional health. Co-authored by a dog nutrition specialist and canine baker, this book will give readers all they need for fabulous home-made birthday cakes, treats and kibble. Featuring such fur-licious recipes as: Savory bacon, cheddar & oatmeal biscuits Green apple pie & cheddar biscotti Mini turkey sausage burgers Pigs 'n blanket Banana carob chip cake And the best carrot cake ever! The Everything Cooking for Dogs Book has everything human companions need for a happy and healthy dog!
Lots of people enjoy making or buying treats for their pets, but wouldn't it be wonderful to cook a real meal for the four-legged member of the household? Quirky yet practical, these cookbooks provide recipes that are nutritionally balanced and veterinarian-approved. They even include sections on "tandem" recipes - recipes for humans that, with slight modifications, can also be served to pets. REAL FOOD FOR CATS is The Cat Lover's Cookbook, completely revised with new recipes, new information, and all-new illustrations.
Author: P. J. Blue
Release Date: 2008-10
This cookbook was written for all the dogs who rely on their master for all their needs and ask nothing in return. Good nutrition is as important to your dog as it is to you. Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs and cats today, so the food they ingest is paramount to their health, as well as exercise and annual visits to the veteranian. This cookbook was written to have fun in the kitchen cooking delicious recipes that your dog will love. He will probably join you in the kitchen when he starts to know that the aroma of good food is for him. P.J.'s Bichon Frise lived to be 22 years old and spunky to the end of her life. P.J. attributes her Bichon Frise's excellent health to the meals she cooked for her, long before the pet food recall scare. You have control of all the ingredients your dog eats. If your dog had to cook for you, don't you think it would give you the best possible food to keep you heathly and living longer? You bet they would. Do you feed your dog the same thing, day after day, week after week? Yuk. This cookbook will get you out of this rut and you will see a happier and healthier dog if you start cooking these easy and fun recipes. The book is also filled with fun facts, dog jokes, dog sayings, astrology, dog breeds, and trivia to make this cookbook a must for you to have. A portion of the proceeds of this book will be donated to the Cancer Society for Animals.
Developed with the assistance of a veterinarian, these delicious, nutritious and simple recipes offer dog owners alternatives to mass-produced pet foods including homemade kibble, breakfast oatmeal, meat pies and even doggie ice cream.
Author: Barbara Burg
Publisher: Quarry Books
Release Date: 2007-11-01
DIVThe Good Treats Cookbook for Dogs contains more than 50 recipes for all-natural homemade treats for our canine companions. Although not everyone makes, or even buys, high-end food for their dogs, everyone loves to spoil their dogs with treats. But, The Good Treats Cookbook for Dogs contains far more than simple dog-bone shaped peanut butter treats; it provides instructions for making over-the-top human-grade baked goods./div Unlike other pet books on the market, this book contains full-color photos of all of the treats and adorable photos of dogs doing what dogs do, thinking about food or eating food. This book is as much about the pampered-pooch lifestyle as the baking. The Good Treats Cookbook for Dogs is also the only book that goes beyond biscuits and cookies and contains brownies, bon-bons, biscotti, mini-pizzas, cupcakes, birthday cakes, and more! Also included are special occasion cakes, party tray and gift basket ideas, and tips on throwing the perfect dog party.
Do you really know what your dog is eating? Making your own healthy dog treats and meals lets you control what goes into his or her body thereby ensuring a nutritious snack or meal from wholesome foods which are vital to a long and vibrant life without chemicals, additives, or fillers. Do you know which foods are dog friendly and which ones are harmful? Do you know which spices and herbs provide not only flavor but healthy benefits? Do you know how to prepare vegetables and grains for better absorption? This informational cookbook answers all of these questions and is appropriate for first-time dog parents who want to make homemade treats once in a while or more experienced dog parents who cook for their pets every day as the author sustains a central focus on nutrients and balances this content with creative, fun and decadent ingredients to inspire readers into creative cooking. Finally a complete cookbook filled with easy to follow recipes using healthy ingredients you can easily find at your local grocery store. – baked treats like Lamb Nuggets and Puppermint Patties – grain free baked treats like All American Apple Pie and Holy Mackerel – frostings like Mashed Potato Frosting – no bake treats like Mighty Mutt Balls and Bark Beer – frozen treats like Fruity Ice Pups and Yogurt Melts – dehydrated treats like Champion Fish Chews and Chicken Chompers – meals like Hamburger Helper Canine Style and Sheperd’s Pie – grain free meals like Canned Fish Stew and Thanksgiving Dinner Debby’s journey as a dog nutrition blogger began in 2010 when she came to the realization she could feed her furkid better and safer wholesome foods than what was available from the pet industry. Soon she began sharing her knowledge on her website creating healthy recipes pawrents could feel good feeding their pets. Her muse, Kirby, is an energetic, playful dog with bright eyes, white teeth, and a soft, shiny coat. He has no allergies and is rarely sick. The dramatic transformations she saw in their foster dogs have been nothing short of amazing. She firmly believes “when good food goes in, great benefits shine out”. This cookbook is her compilation of the diligence and extensive research she embarked upon to discover just what his body does and doesn’t need to live a long, active and healthy life. Her passion is discovering new ingredients that are dog friendly and blending just the right amount of each to create something that is not only healthy but makes them drool. She doesn’t claim to be a canine nutrition expert but rather a perpetual student of canine nutrition.
Author: Michelle A. Rivera
Publisher: Book Publishing Company (TN)
Release Date: 2009
Here is all the information needed so our friendly carnivorous canines can flourish as omnivores. Highlights include: expert opinions from veterinarians and animal nutritionist enthusiasts on plant-based diets; health survey on dogs fed a vegan diet versus commercial based; comprehensive lists of "people" foods that are beneficial to dogs and those that are harmful; and dozens of recipes for biscuits and treats as well as more substantial fare. Basic Dog Biscuit Recipe, Banana Nut Crunch Bars, Apple Puggly PupCakes, Rover's Risotto, Canine Cashew Casserole and Snickerpoodles are a few of the numerous ways to supplement or completely transform mealtimes safely, soundly, and deliciously.
Dig in! Twenty-five lick-your-plate-clean recipes to share with your dog! Share a meal with your best furry friend! With Cooking for Two: Your Dog and You, canines and their humans can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner together! In this two-species cookbook, Brandon Schultz has adapted dozens of ?people food” recipes to accommodate the palates of humans and the dietary limitations of dogs. He covers which foods are and aren’t safe for our faithful companions, suggests resources for making day-to-day dog food, and even gives tips on making dishes for special occasions. Each recipe has instructions and ingredient lists for both types of diners. Recipes include: • Sweet Potato Fries • Fruit Salad with Honey • Beef Stew • Greek Yogurt Banana Split • And many more! You no longer have to wonder if your dog really likes his kibbles. Set an extra place at the table, and watch him chow down on some truly tasty dishes. A seasoned pet chef, Brandon is proud to present his second cookbook for pets and their humans. Take it from his canine coauthor Chase: you’ll be licking your plate clean!
Featuring such options as Puppy Pesto, Bacon Yappetizers and Mutt Loaf, a cookbook by the creator of the "DogFoodDude" blog provides natural-foods recipes for dogs based on the nutritional guidelines of veterinary manuals.