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Would You Feed Your Dog a Raw Egg and Other Tips from Baggins' Bites
March 06, 2007
Dear Fellow Dog Lover,

March í07
Welcome to Bagginsí Bites the fr*e monthly ezine that features pet tips, dog treat recipes and much more.

Happy March! Spring is nearly here in the Eastern U.S. and I am very happy about that! Baggins loves the snow but Iím a summertime girl myself.

Feed Your Dog a Raw Egg and Other Good for You Kitchen Ingredients

Your kitchen is full of healthy items for Fido! Don't overlook what's under your nose!

Here are 3 quick and easy kitchen items you can add to your petís meal to improve his health and make his heart and coat super healthy.

1. Olive oilódribble a little over his kibble a tsp. or tablespoon will do (use your dogís size as guide).

2. Fish oil ĖI give Baggins salmon oil pills and he eats them like treats. Not only is the salmon oil full of good fats for his coat and his insides --itís also good for his heart and jointsóand itís an anti-inflammatory to help with his arthritis.

Omega 3ís are found in fatty fish like salmon and are great for both you and your pet. You can get convenient and easy-to-feed supplements or a liquid to pour over your petís food at your local pet store or order here from Only Natural Pet store a great resource for natural pet solutions Grizzly Salmon Oil 16 oz. Pump

3.Broken egg over his kibbleóYou can even feed the shell, itís loaded with calcium and dogs like the crunchiness.
Four More Common Kitchen Ingredients For Your Dog

Reader's Write

A reader recently wrote and asked me for a recipe for her dog who has chronic kidney failure.

Unfortunately, my initial research didnít turn up with much and I havenít any experience with this topic.

I did come across the following book which was well-recommended from several different experts Home-Prepared Dog & Cat Diets: the Healthful Alternative It seems to be the main "go to" resource for this type of issue. For a more general reference, Dr. Pitcairn's New Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats is great and will have additional information.

I will continue to research and will share whatever I find. Maybe there are readers out there who have more experience with this and would like to share.

If so, you can contact me by hitting reply and sending in your experiences and/or recipes and Iíll post them in the next issue of Bagginsí Bites.


Banana Carrot Muffins

Packed with potassium and beta carotene, these are healthy muffins. Make a big batch and freeze some for later.

Banana Carrot Muffin Dog Treats

More All-Natural Dog Treat Recipes If you enjoy this e newsletter, please share it with a friend!

Until next time, Yours in treats

Jennifer and Baggins Your stop for all-natural-dog-treat recipes and tips on improving your dog's health and happiness all naturally.

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