Harper Collins

Bone Appetit: 50 Clean Recipes for Healthier, Happier Dogs

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SKU: 9780062874450

Forget processed store-bought food—feed your dog a nutritious, balanced diet that uses healthy quality ingredients with this charming full-color illustrated guide with fifty great recipes for your beloved companion.

Modern dog people only want the best for their canine companions, and that extends to the food they eat. With Bone Appétit, you control the ingredients and the portions to feed your dog a practical, nutritious, and balanced diet—all from scratch!

Debora Robertson teaches you how to make canine cuisine that is quick to prepare, simple to cook, and fits easily into your daily routine. She starts with the basics—pantry staples—giving you lists of ingredient dos and don’ts. She then provides information and tips for easy swaps and quick snacks. The irresistible meals dogs will love to eat day after day are the centerpiece of the book: dozens of recipes for one-pot dinners, treats and biscuits, feel-better food, and even a pup-approved birthday cake—all created in conjunction with a certified nutritionist.

Healthy food can enable dogs to live longer, healthier lives. With these meals, dogs will never miss commercial kibble. The recipes in this book were developed in conjunction with a dog nutritionist for maximum wellness benefits.

Packed full of nutritional information, including advice on feeding puppies and cooking for sick or recovering dogs, Bone Appétit teaches you how to meet your four-legged friend’s dietary needs in an easy, inexpensive, and environmentally friendly way.

Using healthy ingredients you can find in your local grocery store (or may already have at home), Bone Appétit is a must-have canine cookbook and kitchen guide for creating balanced, nutritious meals for a healthy, happy dog.

Debora Robertson is a dog enthusiast, food writer and journalist who has written for The GuardianThe Daily TelegraphThe Daily MailRedWaitrose KitchenSainsbury's MagazineBBC Good Food MagazineDelicious Magazine, and Country Life Magazine, among many others. She lives in north London with her husband Sean, her dogs Barney and Gracie, a cat, and a mountain of cookbooks.

If you wouldn’t eat processed food, why feed it to your dog? People are trying to eat clean and raw, and now the trend has spilled over into the dog world. With many pets needing grain-free and allergy-specific diets, a lot of owners have moved to making their own food. There are even dog meal-kit services, similar to Blue Apron, on the market now to service this clientele.

128 pages
7.3 in H | 5.3 in W | 0.7 lb Wt