The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook: 100 plus Healthy, Easy, Recipes for Dogs and Humans, is a fun, healthy recipe book for you, your family, and your furry companions. It is full of tasty all natural recipes that you and your dogs can enjoy together. There are also some raw recipes that are specifically for a dog’s palate; however if you have a sense of adventure, go ahead and take a bite!
The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook includes over 100 balanced, delicious recipes that are gluten, corn, sugar, and soy free and it is sprinkled with gorgeous, eye-catching images of dogs enjoying them.
The recipes are human, canine, and kid friendly and are easy – even for the beginner cook. There are lists of foods that dogs should never have and lists of foods that you and your pet can experience together. There are also sections for equipment and supplies, techniques, staples and ingredients to keep on hand and natural doggie supplements.
The easy to follow recipes are in categories, Human/Canine, and Canine only. In the canine only section there are bulk recipes with step-by-step instructions and storing ideas. There is both raw and cooked canine fare. All recipes suggest using organic and grass–fed foods whenever possible.
When Gayle Pruitt first adopted her canine kids, their health was less than optimal. Mimi, a Dachshund/Chihuahua/Whatever mix, was a dog plucked off the streets of Dallas. She was nervous and had digestive issues. Casper, a Dachshund/Sweetheart mix, had been exposed to extreme stress and his hair was coming out in handfuls. Gayle’s background in nutrition led her to think that these little dogs needed high quality, human grade food with natural live nutrients. The result of feeding them this way has been amazing. Now these two little guys are happy, healthy, and thriving. Mimi and Casper have personally critiqued each recipe in The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook and give their tail-waggin’ paws-up approval!