Homemade Food for Dogs 101

with  Dr. Judy Morgan DVM, CVA, CVCP, CVFT

A basic 101 level course designed to help you feel comfortable making safe and balanced meals for your dog using fresh, whole foods.  Take the guesswork out of home prepared food and give your dog the vibrant life they deserve.

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*You will have access to this course permanently and can re-watch or download at any time*


This course is for you if:

  • You're a member of the fastest growing group of pet owners interested in making homemade food for their dog.
  • You are concerned you'll mess up making your own food for your dog.
  • You are already making homemade dog food, but didn't realize you had to understand the vitamin and mineral requirements.
  • You are already making homemade dog food, but want to feel confident you're doing it correctly.
  • You want easy to follow recipes and meal ideas.

This course is NOT for you if:

  • You already have an expert level understanding of the vitamin and mineral requirements of making homemade food for dogs.
  • You do not need any additional homemade recipes or meal ideas.
  • You are looking for TCVM food therapy or recipes for specific health issues.
*This course is designed to teach pet owners to make home-prepared food for their adult dogs. Users of this course accept sole responsibility for safely feeding their dogs and following proper food handling and safety guidelines. This course is not intended as a source of nutritional or food safety advice, and its readers assume full responsibility for any decisions made regarding the health and safety of their pet. These recipes are designed to be fed to adult (at least 1 year old) dogs only in accordance with the supplied suggested feeding chart.  Dr. Judy Morgan and Dr. Judy Morgan's Naturally Healthy Pets LLC are not responsible for the outcome of any recipe found on our website or linked to from any other source. There are a number of factors that could contribute to not achieving the desired result when preparing a recipe. Some of those can include, but are not limited to, the quality of ingredients, brands of ingredients, ingredient substitutions, skipping steps, combining steps, altering the recipe, the equipment used, possible errors/typos, or the reader’s individual cooking ability. Users should gradually introduce home cooking to their dogs slowly while monitoring for any change in health or behavior.  In the event that the health of the dog of the user of this course changes, contact your primary care veterinarian immediately or take your dog to an animal emergency hospital if needed.  These recipes are for general feeding only and are NOT designed to treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition. It is recommended that you consult with your primary care veterinarian before changing your dog's diet. *