Mar 05, 2013
Also, gelatin is fat free and cholesterol free." http://canine-epilepsy-guardian-angels.com/gelatin.htm. OUR take on jello... is LAMB aspic. Why LAMB? Because JD is beef and chicken intolerant and lamb is a very safe protein!
Aug 21, 2012
Tasteeeee Tusday: ASPIC Well, you know I had a case of the nasty cough. I even got stuck at my vet's office. And a stick there is NOT a fun stick. But I am all better. Yes, my vet can think his shot fixed me. But we know the truth.
Yes, we do love our aspic and it is absolutely delicious and handy! One step beyond Aspic is BONE SOUP.
http://homemadedogfood.com/how-to-make-chicken-bone-stock/ and if your four legged does well on chicken, then this is something I would try.
The common sense approach to feeding your four legged is very much like feeding your child.
Silvieon4: What does that mean??? I AM YOUR CHILD!
1. Know your dog's particular needs and limitations. That means, allergies, medical conditions, age, weight, etc. DO take all that into consideration when making up their meals. IT IS COMMON SENSE!
2. Know and understand their likes and dislikes. Introduce new things slowly.
3. Do talk to your vet and do your homework!
4. Diets should not be STATIC. They need to have variety and be responsive to the needs of the individual dog. So 50 batches of stuff aging in the freezer is NOT ideal...
5. Stop stressing. If you managed to feed yourself, your family and everyone survived, YOU CAN feed your four legged!
6. Have a good kitchen supervisor on hand to inspire you.
Silvieon4: "Inspire???? Ph leeeeease... I am a certified taste taster, don't misapply my talents!...What do you mean I am in dire need of grooming??? Thursday???? THIS THURSDAY????? WHY???? I like my fluff!- well now I am depressed, what me to taste anything before I go hide?