Plant- based dog food is the latest revolution in caring for our tail- wagging friends
Eating organic, quality food has become a major priority in promoting healthy lifestyles of many humans, which begs the question—why don’t we apply this same practice to feeding our dogs? Commercial dog food is full of additives, fillers, and other processed ingredients which can have negative impacts on a dog’s overall health.
From mother-daughter duo Mimi and Lisa Kirk comes this eye-opening guide to feeding dogs a healthy, plant-based diet made of ingredients that are not only pet safe, but also human grade. Lentils, sweet potatoes, quinoa, kale, herbs and spices—all of these healthy human favorites have their place in the dog bowl! With dozens of Fido- approved recipes, The Plant-Based Dog Food Diet provides quick and easy basic meals and treats, an overview of what dogs need to stay healthy, and tips on food prep and storage.
About the Author
Mimi Kirk is the author of numerous books including Raw-Vitalize and The Ultimate Book of Modern Juicing. Voted PETA’s sexiest vegetarian over 50, she has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show and The Doctors; and has been featured in Thrive, Edible Communities, Huffington Post, VegNews magazine, and other publications. She lives in San Diego, California.
Lisa Kirk is a certified Acute Canine Herbalist and works with animal rescue organizations, fostering dogs and advocating for their health and wellbeing.