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by Suzan Anson

eBook Bone Appétit!: Gourmet Cooking for Your Dog download ISBN: 0942257138
Author: Suzan Anson
Publisher: New Chapter Press (April 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 288
ePub: 1370 kb
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Rating: 4.2
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Cooking Methods

The subtitle of this book, "Gourmet Cooking For Dogs" caught my eye. There are some dog recipes for treats & other goodies, along with making your own kibble, but the majority of recipes in this book sound ything from pancakes, soups, main.

The subtitle of this book, "Gourmet Cooking For Dogs" caught my eye. There are some dog recipes for treats & other goodies, along with making your own kibble, but the majority of recipes in this book sound ything from pancakes, soups, main courses, vegetable dishes, sauces & desserts. The history of commercial dog food is interesting too, along with other canine nutrition facts. I imagine the "lucky dogs" who live with author Susan Anson! I look forward to making my own kibble & other dog treats for my 2 small dogs.

This canine cookbook features more than 100 delicious recipes to cook for dogs, heartily recommended by Dog World and Actors & Others for Animals.

You should avoid cooked bones for dogs unless they are boiled. If you must cook a bone to soften it for your dog, always boil the bone rather than cooking it another way. Raw bones are best, but boiling works well if your dog gets bones rarely or your vet has recommended softening them.

Gourmet Cooking for Your Dog. by Suzan Anson. This canine cookbook features more than 100 delicious recipes to cook for dogs, heartily recommended by Dog World and Actors & Others for Animals.

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Suzan Anson, Bone Appetit, Gourmet Cooking for your dog). Only cooking will make these foods safe for consumption. Nutritious Foods For Your Dog. These are a list of some basic healthful foods to include in your pets diet. Basic Nutritional Needs. Here is a chart which breaks down the basic nutritional needs for dogs. Remember proteins (primarily) come from animal sources, meats, fish, poultry dairy. Fats can be found in animal products as well as whole-grains. Please consult with your veterinarian prior to making significant changes to your pets diet.

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This canine cookbook features more than 100 delicious recipes to cook for dogs, heartily recommended by Dog World and Actors & Others for Animals.
Comments: (7)
Yellow Judge
If you love dogs and want to spoil yours, this is a fantastic book
Fenrikree
I am very pleased with this book. It is in excellent condition for a used book. The shipping was very quick. I would definitely deal with this seller again in the future.
Fesho
Beware that several recipes include RAISINS. RAISINS are toxic to dog and can cause death. I suspect that this book was written before this danger was known so I don't blame the author.
Asyasya
This book has many recipies but it's very comparable to the Three Dog's Bakery Cookbook. Many of the recipies I probably wouldn't use due to the special ingredients, time, preparation, etc. It's good if you really, really pamper your dog. (My dog likes biscuits). Some people might worry about these types of treats or meals causing problems with dogs wanting to eat from your dinner table.
Amerikan_Volga
The subtitle of this book, "Gourmet Cooking For Dogs" caught my eye. There are some scrumptious-sounding dog recipes for treats & other goodies, along with making your own kibble, but the majority of recipes in this book sound people-oriented--everything from pancakes, soups, main courses, vegetable dishes, sauces & desserts.

The history of commercial dog food is interesting too, along with other canine nutrition facts.

I imagine the "lucky dogs" who live with author Susan Anson! I look forward to making my own kibble & other dog treats for my 2 small dogs.
Preve
I suppose I could cook for my dogs on a regular basis, but I don't. This book has been extremely valuable to me, though, when I have a dog who has been very sick or through surgery and is refusing the regular fare. In such case I can always find a recipe here to tempt the appetite and bring them back from the edge. I credit the toasted sardine and cheese sandwich for saving Mac (gangrenous spot on the liver in 1991); and right now Kerby (cancer diagnosis and amputee) is willing to eat the gizzard and egg pie (I have several others marked, like potato and bacon stuffed hotdogs). The recipes are simple and economical, and include gravies, soups, and breakfasts, as well as special needs diets. The earlier review about onions is well noted, but I'm not sure that was anything people knew about when this book first came out. I would think the other review is bogus.

For those who may be at a loss at how to deal with post-surgical or disease related anorexia, I highly recommend this book.
Olma
I thought the first part of the book was great. She talked about history of dogs, how to care for them, and nutrition. I scanned through the recipes and noticed that there was not any nutritional information. Also, most of the recipes were more for humans not dogs. And the onions!

I tried the first recipe for the teeth cleaning biscuits. WOW the dogs loved them. BUT she forgot to tell you what the do with the parsley. I mixed it with the flour the first time. That was ok, but mixed it with the liquids the second and found that much easier to work with. My suggestion is if the dog is big, make the biscuits bigger. We gave one to a black lab and he did a chomp chomp swallow. Didn't help his teeth!

I am going to try some of the other recipes that are obviously just for dogs. Then maybe some of the others that look more human orientated.
Though likely well intentioned - the recipes for this book are not well researched. The author suggests that onions be used - in many recipes - but, according to my vet, onions can be deadly to dogs!! Other than onions - there are many recipes that suggest loads of cheese... there are great recipes to modify - but, unless you are acutely aware of dog health issues and needs, this book may not be as helpful as you would like.