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Homemade Dog Food Recipes SHOULDN’T be Complicated:
- Easy to prepare dog food recipes specifically developed for dogs diagnosed with health problems such as Cancer, Kidney Disease, Pancreatitis, Seizures, Heart Disease and Liver Disease. (*Please check our note below regarding chronic liver disease and the recipes in this book.)
- Many of our homemade dog food recipes were created by Darleen Rudnick, Holistic Nutrition Practitioner for dogs. You can learn more or reach out to Darleen here at her website: https://www.forpethealth.com/
- Three helpful pages of tips & recommendations including recommended feeding amounts based upon your dog’s weight.
- Interchangeable meats, grains, and vegetables for each illness.
- Recommended supplements that MUST always be included when home cooking for your dog.
- Suggested herbs and supplements for each particular disease or illness.
- A helpful Questions & Answers section also included in the homemade dog food cookbook.
- Limited ingredient recipes to help support your older dog’s digestive system and not cause digestive distress.
- Meals can easily be prepared in a crock pot, on top of the stove or in the oven.
- Instant download eBook (homemade dog food cookbook).
*PLEASE READ IF YOUR DOG HAS CHRONIC LIVER DISEASE: The dog food recipes in this cookbook for dogs are fine if your dog is in early stage liver disease and has elevated liver enzymes. However, they are not for dogs suffering from chronic liver disease such as Copper Storage Disease or Hepatic Encephalopathy when the liver produces too much ammonia in the blood or the dog starts to store copper in the liver.
Major symptoms of copper storage disease include yellowing of the eyes and skin. Major symptoms of hepatic encephalopathy include swelling in the abdomen area (ascites), staggering, head pressing, chronic diarrhea and/or vomiting, constant drooling, anorexia, seizures, sudden blindness and confusion (especially after meals). Both of these are very serious late stage symptoms of liver disease in your dog and the recipes are not for these conditions.
In this case, please use our contact form for help with those diet issues.
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Some of our top frequently asked questions
Yes! This book includes several homemade dog food recipes for dogs who need a low phosphorus diet!
Yes! Unlike other cookbooks for dogs, “Homemade Dog Food Recipes for Sick Dogs” was coauthored by a certified nutritionist. Darlene Rudnick has been a student of nutrition since 1987 and her qualifications certainly speak for themselves!
While I too have been working with nutrition for dogs for decades, I do not hold a degree. For this reason, I wanted to work with an expert on nutrition for pets, and Darleen has been studying nutrition health since 1987. Here are Darlene’s credentials:
- A Master’s of Science in Holistic Nutrition
- Certification as a Holistic Nutrition Practitioner
- Conducts ongoing workshops on nutrition
- Is an Instructor at the Southern Institute of Healing Arts
- Owns and runs Purely Pets Wellness Center
Not at all! Whether your dog is suffering from current illness or whether they are completely healthy, the recipes in this book are designed to create well-rounded and appealing meals!
Just keep in mind that whenever you cook for your dog it is always recommended that you include the following healthy supplements:
- Multivitamin Tablet or a Multivitamin Powder
- A good oil such as organic, cold-pressed coconut oil
Yes! The kidney disease recipes in this book are safe for all levels of Creatinine in the blood!
The recipes found in my book can be used for dogs with Early Stage Liver Disease. If your dog has elevated liver enzymes due to ammonia in the blood (Hepatic Encephalopathy) or he or she is vomiting bile due to early-stage liver disease; these recipes can be used. The recipes ARE NOT MEANT for dogs who are STORING COPPER in their liver.
If you’re not sure, please ask your vet if your dog has copper storage disease. Also, dogs who are in late-stage liver disease, may develop kidney problems and suffer seizures associated with their liver problems.
If this is the case for your dog, then the recipes in this book for liver disease ARE NOT recommended. I recommend talking to a pet nutritionist who can personalize recipes for your dog in either of these cases.
IS HOME COOKING FOR MY DOG GOING TO BE EXPENSIVE?
No! You’ll be surprised at how much money you will save by following the recipes in “Home Cooking for Sick Dogs.” Consider the cost of a bag of prescription dog food. Then consider the cost of treating uncontrolled health issues in your sick dog. Now consider the cost of basic nutritious foods and the long-term health of your pet…
Backed by nutritional science, the dog food recipes in this cookbook not only provide your dog with healthy, whole nutrition, but they also allow you to cater your dog’s specific needs by supplementing deficiencies caused by illness.