As a sign of the times a number of industry and/ or pet professionals have thought long and hard about this very subject and they have decided to write much needed and much demanded organic cookbooks for pets for those pet owners who wish to make their own pet foods.

 Here are some of our favorites:

Real Food for Dogs: 50 Vet Approved Recipes to Please the Canine Gastronome, by Arden Moore and Anne Davis.

Pet Food Nation, by Joan Weiskopf

The Natural Pet Food Cookbook, by Wendy Nan Rees, Kevin Schlanger, and Troy Cummings

Barker’s Grub: Easy, Wholesome, Home Cooking for Dogs, by Rudy Edalati

Finding a recipe that you feel comfortable with and making it with organic ingredients can give you a feeling of control over your dog’s health. By being careful with what you feed your companion animal he can be a healthy friend for years to come.

Now, go and have fun trying any of the home made organic pet food recipes listed on the links below.

Big Paw Designs

Dog Aware

Homemade Pet Food

Healthy Recipes

How to Make Organic Cat Food

Holistic Recipe

Hot Dog, it's Home Cooking!

Feeding Cats

Do it Yourself Cat Food

Organic foods are not just good for people!

Many of our customers are avid fans of organic produce and foods –as are we- because they have come to recognize the benefits of a wholesome diet.  Therefore, it comes as no surprise that more and more people desire their pets to reap the same benefits.  People are looking for organic alternatives to the commercial pet foods currently available in stores because mass production has taken its toll on the quality of the many different pet foods distributed in the open market.

But that’s not all.  People are not just looking for better foods to keep their pets healthy longer; they are also doing it because many pets have food related issues such as food allergies.  This is the reason why we are trying to help you maximize your dollar and to offer you a healthier way of feeding your pet.

Spend some time talking to your vet before you begin making homemade dog food. He can give you the best advice as to the individual dietary requirements of your pet. Always make dietary changes gradually over a two-week period of time to give your dog’s digestive system time to adjust to the new, healthier foods.