Yellowtail | Cucumber | Grated Daikon radish | Dried Thyme | Ground white sesame seeds
This is another “chop-chop” kind of meal for busy people like you.
Boil fish → Chop/grade veggies → Sprinkle toppings → DONE!
Explore Different Protein Sources
Make your dog’s meal more exciting and enjoyable! It is not only boring for your dog to eat the same thing every single day, but also possible for your dog to develop allergies against the same protein sources if overly used for a long term.
Use Supplement Flexibly
I don’t add everything I can think of at each meal. Today for example, the protein is fish, so, I skipped adding my dog’s usual Omega-3 supplement. If the ingredients already have the nutrition that you think your dog should be having, don’t sweat about adding supplements.
The reason I added Thyme in the meal is because of it’s antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and a sterilizing agent. Thyme is often used for ear, nose, and throat problems, as well as indigestion and skin problems.
Recently, I noticed that my dog, Dewey (a.k.a. my son) developed a tiny growth on his lip and also on his chest. They are still small now but I will monitor them :( In the mean time, I will continue to make meals including thyme and I will report my findings! FYI – Job’s tears “Hatomugi” is also known for promoting healthier skin and preventing the development of growths, lumps or warts.