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  • Published: 11 September 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448175239
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 128
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Dinner for Dogs




Recipes, tips and advice for anyone who wants to keep their dog happy and healthy (and reduce vet bills into the bargain)

Everyone wants to give their dog the best chance in life. The author's border terrier, Lily, was a fussy eater as a puppy, plagued by earache and skin problems. As dog lover Henrietta Morrison began cooking for her, Lily's problems disappeared. A passionate believer that we should feed our dogs the same quality of food as ourselves, Henrietta serves up in this attractive book of 50 tasty and easy recipes for dog food, developed with the help of a vet. Here are ideas for making your own biscuits, kibble and quick treats perfect for long walks, as well as nourishing everyday recipes including recovery recipes for poorly dogs and dishes perfect for young puppies.

Alongside the recipes come tips and advice - from how to read a pet food label to the best herbs to include in a homemade meal for your dog. This charming book is a delicious treat for dog lovers everywhere.

  • Pub date: 11 September 2012
  • ISBN: 9781448175239
  • Imprint: Ebury Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 128
Categories:

About the Author

Henrietta Morrison

Henrietta Morrison founded Lily’s Kitchen, named after her Border Terrier, in 2007 from her kitchen table where she created the very first recipes that she first sold to a handful of independent pet shops. Today, the business is the largest premium natural pet brand in the UK and its proper food for pets is available in over 22 countries around the world, including France, Italy and Spain. Lily’s Kitchen is the UK's number one Ethical pet food company and was granted the prestigious Royal Warrant in 2019 from HRH The Prince of Wales.

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Praise for Dinner for Dogs

“For all of us who love animals and want to do the best for the dogs that we own, this book is full of invaluable information. It's imaginative, sensible, interesting and tasty - in every sense.”

Clare Balding, TV Presenter and Sports Journalist


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