Dog food Infographic, Most people don't know but dogs are omnivores and not carnivores. I'm a huge dog lover so I took the time and made this extremely detailed and extend Infographic on the topic that shows which fruit and vegetable is good for your dog and which are toxic. Hopefully this will help dog owners around the world every time they open their freeze and think about sharing a veggie as a treat with there furry friend. The rest of the infographic contain food who are toxic to dogs
http://www.popsugar.com/pets/Homemade-Pet-Loaf-34073136 ( This is made with Turkey , you can substitute another meat if you wish ) - if you pet is allergic to wheat you can find gluten free oats at health food stores or on the internet~~Alternatives to the regular Oats; *Oats are inherently gluten-free, but are frequently contaminated with wheat during growing or processing. Several companies (Bob's Red Mill, GF Harvest (formerly Gluten Free Oats), and Avena Foods offer gluten free
Turkey & kale - healthy homemade dog food - grain free - 2 lb ground turkey cooked, 1 bunch kale chopped and cooked, 1/4 cup coconut oil, 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup ground egg shells (I got a little lazy this time it's not very finely ground :)), 1 tbsp turmeric - I add a tsp raw honey to my picky chihuahua's food, she loves it and its good for her!
My homemade dog food recipe 5 pound roll of ground turkey 5 pounds of veggies 3 cups uncooked brown rice (good alternatives are oats and quinoa) ** Be sure you are aware of what foods may be harmful for dogs before making their food. Onions, garlic, chocolate to name a few, but there are many more. We don't use corn because there really is no nutritional value