Let’s face facts. We are all busy, whether it be at work, at home or at play. We barely have time to cook for ourselves and maybe we haven’t entertained the thought of cooking for our dog too. But if you knew that your dog’s longevity and overall well-being depended on the food that you fed him or her, would that change your mind? What if you had some help, some guidance to get you started? Maybe it’s too much to think about changing your dog’s main diet and too overwhelming. That is why we are here. We are here to start you on the road to a fun and healthy activity. Start with making treats and supplements for your dog. See how easy substituting processed and unhealthy treats for home-cooked treats can be.
It’s a big commitment to change everything about your dog’s diet. Although our treat mixes make it simply easy to make your dog’s treats, you will find how satisfying it is to cook for your dog, and you will begin to look into changing even his entire diet. Every big change takes small steps and we are so happy you are looking into this change.
If you are worried about all the pet treat recalls, where your dog’s treats are really coming from, and the overall health of your dog, our treat mixes are for YOU. If you value your dog enough that you want him to have the longest and healthiest life possible, our treat mixes are for you. And if you just want to feel good and have some fun making your dog happy, our mixes are for you.
We started Your Dog’s Diner after the many treat recalls. It became too risky to worry about the next recall and if the treats we were feeding our dogs were going to make them sick. I began to look at ingredients. If I couldn’t pronounce them, there was no way I was going to feed it to my furkids. We had enough. We decided our dogs were worth more to us than cheap and processed treats from an unknown source. And THAT is why WE cook for our dogs. Will you join us?
Review our website, look at our simple ingredients, and decide for yourself. Can you take a few minutes each week with our mixes to have a fresh and steady supply of treats for your dog? Decide for yourself.
Of course, you always want to check with your veterinarian before making any changes to your dog’s diet.