Not all vets discourage home cooked and raw food for cats and dogs. Meet Dr. Judy Morgan, one of America’s first holistic vets, on today’s Tripawd Talk Radio podcast.
Your pet deserves vet-approved nutrition tips, like these two great books filled with dog and cat nutrition tips from two veterinary experts in natural medicine!
Is your feline recovering from surgery or illness? If so, these short term home cooked meal ideas from Emily Parker, founder of Catological, can help your Tripawd kitty recover faster.
This Pet Diet Nutrition Spreadsheet by Tripawds member goodmilo can help you create more balanced and nutritious home cooked meals for your pet.
Does your pet have cancer? Today on Tripawd Talk Radio Dr. Larsen discusses pet cancer diets and gives tools to feel more knowledgeable when we discuss pet nutrition with our vet.
Anka the German Shepherd doesn’t tolerate commercial kibble. Here’s what her mom cooks to create a vet-approved, home made dog food diet that’s tasty and easy to make at home.
New fresh versus store bought pet food study is the first of its kind to explore which foods are best for pets.
Learn how pumpkin pulp for cats and dogs helps with diarrhea, digestion, weight loss and staying healthy. Dehydrated pumpkin pulp is an easy way to include it in your pet’s diet.
Home cooking dog food is easier than you think with Dr. Harvey’s and a Tripawds goody bag giveaway courtesy of Dr. Harvey’s fine health foods for companion animals.
The easy way to feed dogs fresh home cooked vegetables and meat is with Dr. Harvey’s dehydrated all veggie pre-mix and protein of your choice, to help fight canine cancer and keep dogs healthy.