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Old 07-02-2010, 05:04 AM   #1
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Exclamation Books About Home Cooking

IF you are thinking about starting to home cook for your fluff/fluffs, here are three excellent choices of reading material to help you make the decision one way or the other. They all have great suggestions/ideas on meals, treats and supplements.

Dr. Becker's Real Food for Healthy Dogs & Cats - Simple Homemade Food

Dr. Pitcarin's Complete Secrets to the Natural Health of Dogs & Cats

Jan Rasmusen's book "Scared Poopless"
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Old 07-02-2010, 12:38 PM   #2
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Thank you for the info Carol! I really want to baked some treats for Lucas!! I think you have posted some pictures of them and you used BB caned food?
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Old 07-11-2010, 07:29 AM   #3
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Thank you for the tips. Looks like a trip the the bookstore is in order!

I have to say that my husband is really going to roll his eyes at me when I come home with a dog cookbook to add to my cookbook habit!!!
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Thank you for the info Carol! I really want to baked some treats for Lucas!! I think you have posted some pictures of them and you used BB caned food?
Yes, I have used BB but I also use Wellness Core to make treats. Both are great products, high in protein (no grain) in my opinion.

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Thank you for the tips. Looks like a trip the the bookstore is in order!

I have to say that my husband is really going to roll his eyes at me when I come home with a dog cookbook to add to my cookbook habit!!!
Well, I do refer to the books often when I am preparing their meals to get new ideas and to double check myself that I am giving them enough of what they need. You can also get the books on www.amazon.com
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Darn, our library doesn't carry any of those books
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Me too! I may just have to find recipes online.
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