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Dogs’ Dinners

The healthy, happy way to feed your dog

Debora Robertson

Pavilion

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ISBN: 9781911595656

Price: £9.99

Publication date: 7 June 2018

Category: Lifestyle & Gardening

Dogs’ Dinners features inexpensive and practical ways to feed your dog a nutritious, balanced diet – all from scratch! Debora promotes a method of natural feeding that fits easily into everyday life, as well as catering each diet specifically to your pets’ own individual needs.

Whether it’s simply a few biscuits from time to time or the full from-scratch experience, it’s a wonderful way to build up that very special bond between you and your dog. And who knows, you may even find some recipes that can be tweaked with extra seasonings, to make them as enjoyable for you as they are for your dog.  

Featuring over 50 delicious recipes, the book begins with a helpful Dogs’ Larder section, outlining do’s and don’ts, easy swaps and quick snacks. Following chapters cover Everyday Eating, One-Pot Dinners, Taking the Biscuits (treats and biscuits), Special Occasions (your dog’s very own birthday cake and Christmas Dinner) and Feel Better Food. Getting started needn’t be daunting – you probably have many of the ingredients you need to rustle up great meals for your dog in your cupboards, refrigerator and freezer already.

Beautifully illustrated throughout by Cinzia Zenocchini, this is the perfect book for any culinary-inclined dog lover. Bone appétit!

 

ABOUT THE Author

Debora Robertson is a pet enthusiast, food writer and journalist who has written for The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, Red, Waitrose Kitchen, Sainsbury’s Magazine, BBC Good Food Magazine, Delicious Magazine and Country Life Magazine, among many others. She lives in north London with her husband Séan, her dogs Barney and Gracie, a cat and a mountain of cookbooks.

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REVIEWS

'…this is all easy and affordable. A great gift too. Dog lovers will adore this.' 

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"A charming cookbook, wittily written and beautifully illustrated"