We who cook for our PETS Talk

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cooking for pets brit brit No replies yet March 25, 2012 19:06
healthy pet food Donna Ludlow Donna Ludlow No replies yet July 10, 2011 02:12

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Canine Liver Snaps

Canine Liver Snaps by Robyn Savoie

Here’s a delicious and nutritious dog treat. They look disgusting before cooking but your dog will love them. Especially when served right out of the freezer! Why use liver, olive oil and garlic? Answer: For their flavor and health benefits. 1.) Liver is an ideal source of protein, vitamin A, good fatty acids and many minerals…

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Dog treats

Dog treats by Donna Ludlow

a few recipies for your favorite furry friend -including a recipe for doggie ice cream ....hEALTHY

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Canine Peanut Butter Biscuits

Canine Peanut Butter Biscuits by Robyn Savoie

Here's a nutty treat for our four legged friends since canines and felines alike love peanut butter. Peanuts are a type of legume, rather than a nut, and are therefore rich in protein and contain healthy fats and vitamins E and H, which will help keep your pets coat healthy and shiny. Be Advised: 1.) Choking Hazard: It is…

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Xylitol and Dogs

Xylitol and Dogs by Martha A. Cheves

This is an article that I received from a site called Healthy Pets. If you're a pet lover this is something you really need to know if you don't already. I never knew how dangerous this would be to my Jesse and will be extremely careful to make sure he never gets into this deadly ingredient.Very Important: Never Let Your Dog Get at…

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Canine & Feline Healthy Pumpkin Balls

Canine & Feline Healthy Pumpkin Balls by Robyn Savoie

Pumpkin and Sweet Potato are great vegetables for our pets for the following reasons: 1.) Digestive Health: Pumpkin & Sweet Potato are fabulous sources of fiber, vitamins and minerals for our furry friends. It can also help dogs and cats with indigestion, upset stomachs or constipation. The minerals calcium and magnesium along…

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