Dog Food Recall Debate Vs. Making Your Own



Dog Food Recalls – I think we all have had enough!

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Have you had enough of Dog Food Recalls, and Dog Treat Recalls?

I sure have, and your probably wondering what this has to do with puppy training. Well, a lot actually, a health, happy puppy will be alert, and more receptive to training.

I know there are many different diets out there, but when it all comes down to it, you’re just better off knowing what is in your puppies food. How can you do that? Make your own puppy food. You will actually find that this is less expensive than buying pet food at your local grocery store or pet store.

So what now, scour the Internet for recipes, go for the raw food diet?

No, I found a brand new book that will give you recipes you need, and explain the benefits of providing your puppy with healthier food.

Home Puppy Chef – #1 Dog Food and Health Guide

This is a downloadable eBook so you will have immediate access to get started right away.

Your pup will have healthy skin, and coat. Solid stool and less digestive problems, reduced behavior issues, good dental health, more energy and so much more, and best of all a longer life with his best friend – YOU.

We all want to keep our puppy’s healthy, and happy for as long as possible, after all they are our best friends, and a valued family member.

Here is the list from

  • Nutrisca Dog Food Recall (2/11/2015)
  • Pet International Beef Trachea Pet Treat Recall (2/11/2015)
  • J. J. Fuds Raw Pet Food Recall Expands Again (2/6/2015)
  • Big Bark Dog Treats Recall (2/1/2015)
  • J. J. Fuds Raw Pet Food Recall Expands (1/28/2015)
  • J. J. Fuds Raw Pet Food Recall (1/23/2015)
  • Jump Your Bones Pet Treats Recall (1/1/2015)
  • Barkworthies Dog Treats Recall (12/25/2014)
  • PetSmart Announces Recall of Certain Lots of Simply Nourish Dog Treats (10/8/2014)
  • Bravo Dog and Cat Food Recall (9/26/2014)
  • Kong Aussie Sticks Recall (9/26/2014)
  • Pedigree Dog Food Recall Expanded (9/1/2014)
  • Pedigree Dog Food Recall (8/27/2014)
  • Hill’s Recalls Specific Lots of Science Diet Dog Food (6/3/2014)
  • Pet Center Dog Treats Recall (5/28/2014)
  • Bravo! Dog and Cat Food Recall (5/14/2014)
  • Pro-Pet Dog Food Recall (2/6/2014)

Notice, there is already 7- dog food, and dog treat recalls for this year alone, and it only the beginning of February.

There were 10 recalls for dog food, cat food and, dog treat in 2014. That’s like one every 5 weeks are you kidding me!

There were 32 recalls of food and treats in 2013! The list goes on and on. You can have the recall alerts sent right to your email just sign up a, and enter your email

If you’re tired of all these recalls, and getting concerned about what your pet is eating, you need to get this book. It gives you so much more than recipes, it explains a lot about the dog food industry, and what your dog requires nutritionally. Most of all it give you control of what your puppy is eating.

You’ll want to start with this book: Home Puppy Chef – #1 Dog Food and Health Guide.

Home Puppy Chef – #1 Dog Food and Health Guide

You puppy will be healthy for it, and yes training is easier when you have a health puppy. You’ll have an alert puppy, you’ll have a puppy without tummy problems, but best of all you won’t have to worry about the next dog food recall. You’ll be making your puppy good organic food that will actually cost you less.

You already cook for the rest your family, so include your best buddy too. You’ll be glad you did, because you can ignore the next pet food recall.

Until next time,

Keep your puppies safe and healthy!

Pawsitively Yours,

Suzanne M. Dean

P.S. You can also make your own dog treats with – “Bake A Bone”

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