Dog World Magazine Articles
I wrote the Cook's Corner column for
Magazine from January to December, 2010, when the column was discontinued. The column covered various aspects of feeding homemade diets, whether full or partial. I will continue to write feature articles for Dog World periodically. My columns and features are posted here six months after they are published. Dog World
Find the right combination of fresh ingredients and commercial foods for your dog's diet. (January 2010) Mix and Match
When you feed a homemade diet, adding the right amount of calcium is vital. (February 2010) Crash Course on Calcium
Enhance your dog's meals with fruits and veggies. (March 2010) Produce Pros
Variety Is Best Flexible yet balanced meals increase your dog’s vitality. (April 2010)
Growing Bodies Protein plays a vital role in a puppy's diet. (May 2010)
The basics of feeding a raw diet.
(June 2010) Raw Data
One for the Road Tips for preparing meals while traveling with your dog. (July 2010)
Bargain Hunting Simple tips to save cash while providing a balanced homemade dog diet. (August 2010)
The right supplements can enhance your dog's diet. (September 2010) Vim and Vigor
Provide healthy foods and exercise to slim down your pudgy dog. (October 2010) Weight Control
Help for dogs that won't eat. (November 2010) Picky Eaters
The right (December 2010). Also see Diet for the Golden Years 10 Best Foods to Feed Your Senior Dog.
The nutritional value of food rotation. (January 2011) Switching It Up
Calculating how much food your dog needs. (February 2011) Count Those Calories
How supplementing your dogs diet with a essential fatty acids found in oils can help improve skin, coat, and more. (November 2011 and Natural Dog 2014 Annual) Essential Fatty Acids
How long will that can of food or bag of kibble last once its opened? (November 2011) Food Storage Tips
From fish oil to coconut oil, discover the health benefits of these supplements. (Winter 2013 Dog Fancy's Natural Dog) The Skinny on Oils
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