A courier came to the door this morning to deliver several parcels. She said, “What’s cooking – it smells great!” And I replied, “I’m cooking a casserole for my dog in the slow cooker.”
After a brief pause, she smiled and said, “Lucky dog.”
I feed a combination of raw, homemade and commercial foods. It’s important to feed a nutritionally complete diet and so homemade diets will most likely need supplementation.
I consult with dog owners who want feeding advice and I incorporate Traditional Chinese Medicine assessment techniques for food matching. I am not affiliated with any dog food manufacturer and so my advice is completely independent.
Need to know more? Get in touch with me via my company website.
Kathleen Crisley, specialist in dog massage, rehabilitation and nutrition/food therapy, The Balanced Dog, Christchurch, New Zealand