November 1st celebrates National Cook for Your Pets Day!
Why not try to make them a healthy, home cooked meal? These days are there are so many concerns with pet food recalls, how the food supply is processed to what fillers are applied and the list goes on. If you are want to try cooking for your pet, FIRST start by consulting with your vet. They will have ample advice that can help with your pets needs.
Next step the research and recipes for planning your pet's menu. You'll want to avoid some foods as they could be detrimental to your pet's health and that is the last thing we want. Some foods to avoid: chocolate, onions, avocados, garlic, salt, yeast dough, tomato leaves, and milk-based foods. There are more so do your research according and carefully. We've included a couple of links to help get your culinary juices flowing and searching the internet can provide you with countless recipes.
Let the fun begin! In the eyes of your pet, you are one of the most famous chefs in the world. They've been your "sous chef" in the kitchen drooling, sniffing, begging and now they get to eat it ALL for them! Say I love you with a home cooked meal for your pet.