Balled up socks, your cat’s dinner, that half-eaten slice of pizza on the sidewalk—for Labrador Retrievers, life seems like an endless buffet. But eating everything (and we mean everything) isn’t entirely their fault. A recent study from Cambridge University found that a gene mutation common in the breed may be partially responsible for their bottomless pit stomach.
We joke about getting some 'sheep thrills' from our new lamb recipe—but your pup really can get some serious health benefits from the natural ingredients we've cooked up together. Either way, these foods are worth considering integrating into your dog's diet. Create your meal plan with our lamb recipe now!
Lamb is a lean meat rich in amino
You know who else is screaming for ice cream this summer? Your pup. Giving them a cone of chocolate chunk is obviously not the best idea. So we rounded up some of the most tasty, healthy DIY recipes for doggos (that you will probably want to eat too):
Peanut Butter Carob Pupsicles
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"Treats" are not exactly synonymous with losing weight, we know this. But unlike common human sweets, there are healthier ways to reward your pup. Fresh produce like blueberries and carrots are great natural snacks that will help keep your dog svelte. If you want to roll your sleeves up in the kitchen, we rounded up a few easy DIY recipes
Over the past few years, humans have become increasingly skeptical of the descriptions we see on so-called health foods: "Low-fat"? Okay, but how much sodium is in there? Turns out, we need to be just as suspicious of some of the terms we see sprawled on seemingly nutritious dog food, too. Take "antioxidants," for example—at best, terms like these