Conventional wisdom says that dogs are better off when fed commercial pet food. Yet obesity, diabetes, kidney problems, and skin disorders plague many canines, and these ailments can be linked to poor nutrition. Just as humans need to eat the right balance of protein, vegetables, and whole grains, so do dogs. But who has time to cook special meals just for pets? With The Dog Ate It, there's no need to prepare separate meals. This is the first cookbook with recipes designed for dogs and their owners to savor together.
Developed by an award-winning food writer and an award-winning rancher, The Dog Ate It introduces dishes Such as Chow Bella Burgers, Teriyappi Stir-fry, and Growly Good Granola. Like traditional cookbooks, it features a variety of categories, including hors d'oeuvres, salads, main courses, breakfast entrees, treats, and, of course, desserts. A list of ingredients that should never be fed to dogs (such as onions and chocolate) is included as well, along with party ideas and menus.
Few dog owners can resist sneaking table scraps to their pups. The Dog Ate It takes this principle to a marvelous, guilt-free level, with recipes that please the palates of every member of the household.