Here are the foods to sneak in your dog's diet to provide additional vitamins, how I get MaHoney to eat them, what you need to do it yourself.
When Real Dog Box reached out to me to offer a free sample I was all for trying them out. Here is the official TLRF review of what I got.
The challenge of traveling with my raw fed pack seemed unattainable. Even the idea of trying to find a dog sitter or boarding facility that would follow their raw diet seemed like a challenge. This is how I overcame all that.
Perfectly Rawsome offers a plethora of information for a variety of raw feeders. Read my reveiw & interview with Ronny LeJeune.
Fall is on the way and I can't bare the thought of not having a mood-setting, rustic smelling evening candle. So now it's time for me to find out exactly what makes certain candles toxic, how to avoid these things, & a simple go-to list of trusted brands to make things convenient for me.
this post does contain affiliate links but as always all thoughts & suggestions are from my experience Prep day at my house was hard, really hard. Once again refer to the title of this blog. The process of creating a recipe I like, buying all the supplies I need, & then grocery shopping for ingredients almost broke me... Continue Reading →
Base mix, premix call it what you want to call it. They are the same thing. Whatever you decide to add to your dog's animal protein to ensure their meals are complete & balanced. This post is my review of The Honest Kitchen's Base Mix as a premix for homemade raw dog food.
DIY raw dog food for the lazy raw feeders of the world. 65% muscle meat, 6% edible bone, 2% liver, 2% organs, & 25% vegetables, fruits, &/or nuts.