This section includes links to notable nutritional companies as well as some recipes for making your own pet treats.
Link to the Royal Canin home page which offers an array of information on pet care and nutrition.
Purina - Link to the Purina home page offering tools and advice to make your pets lives healthier and happier.
Hill's Pet Nutrition - Information about the Hills company, Prescription Diet foods and general pet nutrition.
Porter Pet Pals Nutrition Services- Helen Porter, Clinical Dietitian & Animal Nutrition Specialist
Clinical Dietitian for 30 years
MS in Animal Science
Exotic and small animal consultation experience
Problem Assessment, Environmental Evaluations, Treatment Plans, Education
Address: 1143 Fairview Drive, Ellisville, MO 63011
Dry Food List of Cat Foods and Nutritional Information
Wet Food List of Cat Foods and Nutritional Information
Nutritional Composition of Cat Food
Homemade Treats for Z/D Diets
Grind the kibbles into a flour using a blender and mix with enough water to form dough. Shape into "cookies" and bake them on a cookie sheet in the oven for approximately thirty minutes at 350 degrees or until crispy.
All homemade treats need to be stored in the refrigerator no longer than five to seven days to maintain their freshness and prevent spoilage.
As you know, it is very important for your pets to stay strictly on the prescribed diet and this will allow them to feel special and spoiled.
These homemade treats should not exceed 5% of your pets' total daily intake as baking the treats does alter the nutritional characteristics of the diet.
Homemade Dog Biscuits
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp brown sugar
1/2 cup powdered milk
1/2 tsp. salt
6 Tbsp margarine
1. Combine the first 5 ingredients
2. Cut in margarine until mix resembles cornmeal.
3. Mix in beaten egg.
4. Add enough ice water (app 1/2 cup) to form a ball
5. Pat out dough 1/2" thick, cut into shapes
6. Bake at 350 degrees fahrenheit for 25-30 minutes