Organic, seasonal, farm-to-table food has become a huge movement--and conscious eating doesn't stop with the family pet. With the increase in contamination scares of manufactured pet foods and the inclusion of preservatives, grains, and fillers with low-nutrient value, many pet owners are looking for solutions to the issue of what to give their pets. The Healthy Homemade Pet Food Cookbook teaches you how to tailor your pet's diet to their specific nutritional needs for better health and behavior. This book includes 75 recipes that you can make at home, nutritional information for every stage of your pet's life from puppy or kitten to adulthood, meal plans, healthy snacks and treats, and suggestions for supplementing store bought food with homemade ingredients. The switch from store bought to homemade pet food doesn't have to be hard or expensive. The Healthy Homemade Pet Food Cookbook makes switching your pet over to a homemade diet comfortable, safe, and inexpensive.
Barbara Taylor-Laino was featured in a recent New York Times article on the growing popularity of homemade pet food. She and her husband run an organic farm in upstate New York where she has been teaching workshops on homemade pet food and animal care since 2005. She and her husband also have 16 years of experience in Dog Breeding and Showing using holistic husbandry methods. Barbara regularly writes on pet food and pet care for magazines and websites such as www.TheBark.com.www.midsummerfarm.com