On the right: Grilled yellowtail, Mountain yam, Avocado, Tomato, Lettuce, Komatsuna, Fennel. *Concerned about giving avocado to your dog? Here’s information about “Avocado Facts for Dogs & Cats”
On the left: Simmered pumpkin in kelp stock
As you can see, there is not a lot cooking involved. LOL
- Chopped veggies. Grilled the fish.
- Use a crock pot to simmer the pumpkin.
If you serve food in separate plate(s) or cup(s), it is fun to see what your dog will eat first (or last).
Sometimes he would finish up of one item and move onto the other(s). Other times, he would alternate taking bites back and forth.
I just think that it’s important that dogs enjoy a variety of food!
Each meal may not be completely balanced in nutrition, but with the help of supplements and some food-prepping aids that are free of preservatives, additives, colorings, etc., I think we can provide quality and more enjoyable meals for our dogs versus using kibble loaded with preservatives. Bon Appétit!