Happy to be back and continue sharing our recipes with you furiends
In the bowl tonight: • Turkey mince
• Venison ribs
• Rabbit and offal mince
• Sardines - Great source of omega-3 fatty acids;
• Blueberries - The antioxidants in blueberries strengthen the immune system by fighting free radicals, which are responsible for cellular and molecular damage in dogs and humans. Adding antioxidants to a dog’s diet reduces the effects of brain aging, which is good news for those of us with older dogs. Vitamin C and fiber are vital components of proper canine nutrition.
• Parsley – nutritive and rich in protein, fiber, and vitamins (A, C, B1, B2, and K).
Used in moderation it helps with “bad”breath or to soothe the stomach.
• Garlic - May help you in the war on fleas and ticks if you feed it to your dogs during flea and tick season. It takes a couple of weeks for garlic to build up in your dog's natural coat oil, so start feeding it before the bug season starts. Moderation is a key as garlic can be toxic to dogs.
• 🥦Fermented vegs - Fermented vegetables are an excellent source of fiber, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. Fermented foods are easier to digest and don't make the gut work hard to break down and absorb the nutrients in the food; Fermented foods provide healthy, natural probiotics for gut health; Fermented foods help improve gut health, which frees up the immune system can do its job; helping to decrease allergies and inflammation). Always check how much veggies, supplements your furiend needs. Moderation is the key. Some of the ingredients we use can be both toxic and beneficial. Our recipes work for us, but might not be ideal for your doggies. #Repost @the_mooch_and_kekster #feedrealmovement #feedreal