There are always factors you need to remember when you compare manufactured dog food and food that has been home-made for your beloved Pomeranian.
If you buy food because vets recommend it, that can be a mistake. Manufactured canine food can legitimately have a label that says it has been recommended by vets if just one vet recommends it! That would only be one vet among thousands.
Fillers. The chief difference between low quality and high quality manufactured canine foods is the quantity of fillers within the product. Fillers are ingredients with zero nutrients or other benefits, except that they help your Pom feel full because they increase the volume of the food your dog is eating. Fillers won’t be digested. They’ll simply go in one end and out the other.
Behavioral troubles. If your Pom is eating his own feces or grass, that’s because there’s a serious problem with his diet. While he eats fillers, it will fill him. However, his body will still have a strong craving for nutrients that were missing from the fillers.
Allergies. Pomeranians and other toy dogs are highly likely to have allergic reactions to preservatives and artificial colors. Symptoms may include: diarrhea, vomiting, upset stomachs, a dull coat and dry skin. Many of the cases will be severe but if you cook healthy, highly nutritious home-made food for your beloved pet, you’ll be able to give him all the nutrition he needs and also protecting him from having to eat low quality, chemical-ridden food from his body.
Wheat. If you’re already aware that your Pom has a wheat allergy, it becomes easy to create delicious, home-cooked, wheat-free meals that your Pom can enjoy.
Marketing Campaigns. When buying food for your dog, you have to consider various factors such as her age and whether she’s pregnant. When cooking her meals yourself, her age is totally irrelevant. Recipes suit Pomeranians of all ages.
Raw Food Diets. Numerous scientists have managed to trace dogs as far back as four specific wolves. Because of their origins, it’s hardly surprising that dogs love eating a raw diet so you should also have a collection of meals from this diet.
Upset tummies. It’s quite common for your Pom to feel “off,” possibly recovering after undergoing a treatment, or having an upset tummy. You’ll also have recipes to help ease that tummy to make your furry friend feel fantastic once more.
Trust. Your Pom has trust in you and part of that is that you’ll feed him regularly.
He will sit patiently, beady eyes watching as you dish up his food and then he’ll lick his bowl until it’s gleaming. However, do you actually know what ingredients you put in his bowl to eat? Were there any fillers or chemicals? Were there any meat by-products (this includes animals that die during the trip to the facilities as well as road-kill)?
Don’t make your dog sick when it’s easy to cook home cooked meals full of healthy, nutritious ingredients that your dog needs to remain healthy and happy.
If you include powdered egg shell, cottage cheese or yogurt to your homemade dog food, it will increase his calcium levels to keep his teeth and bones strong. Calcium needs are the same for people and dogs.
Healthy Home Cooking for all Pomeranians contains the following recipes:
Pommy Barf Breakfast.
Tempt a fussy Pomeranian with this recipe for Fussy eaters.
Gourmet Chicken and Vegetables all in one.
Tasty Doggie Appetiser.
Chicken Soup for doggies.
Basic Balanced Doggie Meal with Vegetables.
Salmon Doggie Delight.
Fido’s Fish dish.
Yummy Past meal for Poms.
Doggie Beef Stew.
Homemade Doggie Stew.
Wild Salmon and Pumpkin Mornay
Roasted Chicken N Liver Dog Dinner.
Chicken Dog Dinner Recipe.
Raw beef and Liver Meat Balls.
Slow Cooker Dog Food Recipes.
Chicken with Brown Rice Pommy Casserole.
Slow Cooker Doggie Stew.
Fur Babies Mince and Vegetable Stew.
Lentils Dog Food.
Chicken and Rice Doggie Stew.
Kangaroo Stew for Poms.
Yummy Pork and Sausage Dog Food.
Casserole for Dogs.
3 Meat Dog Feast.
Slow Cooker Beef & Vegetable Pasta Dog Food.
Slow Cooker Dog Biscuits.
Slow Cooker Dog Muffins
Wheat Free Pumpkin Dog Cookies.
Oatmeal & Peanut Butter Cookies for your Doggie.
Alfalfa Heart Cookies.
Bow Wow Brownies.
Gravy Canine Cookies.
Bake your own Crunchy Dog Biscuits.
Bacon Flavoured Dog Biscuits.
Canine Bacon Biscuits.
Pomeranian Dog Treat Recipe
Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats.
Satin Ball Treats.
Satin Balls. Which are great for coat problems and for Pomeranians needing to gain weight.
Sweet Potato Rawhides.
Turkey Doggie Treats.
Frozen Yoghurt Pops for Dogs.
Fruit and Vege Strips.
Beef & Vege Balls.
Fruit Puppy Parfait.
Healthy Dog Treat Recipe.
4 Ingredients Dog Treat Recipe
Canine Chicken Birthday Cake.
Healthy Dog Food Recipes
Satin Balls again.
Meal for Seniors or Dogs with Digestive problems.
Golden Paste for Doggies.
Golden Paste Canine Cookies.
Homemade Bone Broth for Doggies.
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