Recipe for Dogs: Quinoa and Broccoli Meatloaf (Only 5 Ingredients!)

My doggy, Gatsby, loves this recipe. It’s not only healthy, but delicious and easy to make. Only 5 ingredients! Print Recipe Quinoa and Broccoli Meatloaf Recipe for Dogs Meatloaves are a must in our household. They are super easy to cook and can be made in bulk to freeze for a quick dinner. Just remember … Read More

Chicken Kabobs Recipe for the Family

Print Recipe Family-Friendly Chicken Kabobs Kabobs are a healthy, delicious meal that can be shared with the entire family. Chicken in particular is a highly digestible protein for your pup, which is rich in niacin (promoting a healthy cholesterol and heart) and selenium. It is paired with bell peppers to provide your dog with some … Read More

Dog Treat Recipe: Apple Pumpkin Biscuits

Fall is my favorite time of year and I love to cook Gatsby seasonal fare. (Gatsby is my doggy!) Here is a homemade dog treat recipe that packs a lot of nutritional punch. Apples clean residue off your dog’s teeth and freshens his or her breath, so be sure to share a few bites with … Read More

AAFCO Pet Food Labeling Guide

By Rockstar Doggy MommaDoggy Tips

When shopping for your dog’s food, always choose a brand and formula that is endorsed by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). This stamp of approval reflects that the product meets the minimum nutrition requirements that your dog needs for a complete and balanced diet. Dog foods are generally marked with one of … Read More

How Acupuncture Helps My Dog

By Rockstar Doggy MommaDoggy Tips

My dog Gatsby was diagnosed last year with two herniated discs in his back. Rather than put him through an expensive surgery (that the veterinary specialist thought might not even help), I decided to take the more conservative route. Gatsby began going to physical therapy and acupuncture. Acupuncture helped Gatsby naturally manage his pain and … Read More

How to Detox Your Life

By Rockstar Doggy MommaKitchen Advice, Wellness Advice

A simple way to detox your life is by starting with your diet. You want to clear out the processed foods that are high in sugars and trans-fats (cookies, cereals, chips, fast food), and instead, focus on eating whole foods, such as vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts/seeds, whole grains, fish and lean meats. A great way … Read More