Don’t you wish you could simply walk into a pet store, pick up a bag of kibble, and know you’re doing something good for your pup’s health? Today, there are so many different dog food options, but it seems there is something controversial about each and every one of them. They either use by-products or sketchy protein sources.
While making your pup’s food may sound time-consuming and challenging, it certainly doesn’t have to be. If you have a slow cooker at home, it can be as simple as chopping up a few ingredients and tossing them into the pot to simmer. Check out this great infographic by Breeder Retriever for tips on making homemade dog food: