Flavorful Choices For Healthy Dogs
Mia is a beagle -Yes, she is active and playful and will eat very much if you let her =) -I wanted to give her the best and everything I could , so I went to a dog supermarket and packed myself - I mean my poor dog- with many different treats. I didn't know any better, as a result she was getting very chubby- don't get me wrong, she was doing exercise-running with me -, but it wasn't helping that much, until I figured something wasn't quite right so I actually started reading the labels of all those treats I was giving her. The list of the different ingredient's names was endless. I was stunned with all of those ingredients and strange names I found and yet I couldn't even pronounce - trust me it wasn't because of my accent ;)- literally they were very difficult . That is when I said no! no! no! I love living a healthy lifestyle myself , so why is my dog not living it with me? why am I giving a treat to my pup whose ingredients are very unknown and strange to me? It wasn't fair with my dog so , I decided to make a change on Mia's eating habits especially the treats , which were the ones she was eating the most.
I decided to jump into a very difficult but special task and it was to look for the best treats for my pup- I was decided to find it- and make a change in my dog's life. It wasn't easy and yet couldn't find what I wanted after months searching . When I started researching about the topic the passion turned into an obsession to find the perfect healthy treat for Mia that combined it all, so I decided to do it myself and why not?. I love cooking and searching for new exciting recipes, and if they are a healthy option as a snack for my dog even more, true I have never cooked a dog biscuit before that point in time but how difficult could it be? I had the idea, the determination, love, and passion to make it happen, so I started asking knowledgeable people in the subject , searching for months for good recipes and other facts so that I could be ready to put everything together in my kitchen :) .
I was determined to make something very original, extremely healthy and very tasty that will surely combine different elements I found to be key for an optimal dog's health. Additional to that, something that will give me the confidence I was looking for, which was giving my dog a real, healthy snack, one that I would even eat myself and the one I could be confident about.
After all of that , I've come up with a very healthy dog biscuit that not only uses all the benefits of antioxidant-packed fruits and veggies-that work wonders for dogs too- but also has an "extra help" from the purest and highest quality antioxidant's extracts that will make them even healthier but still really tasty and very unique on its flavor. Also, it is divided into 3 different categories to maximize the benefits that each group of fruits & veggies provide to the dog's healthy lifestyle. That was the idea and it became a reality with my first batch on January 2013. My first official taster was Mia-of course- and she loved them , when I was cooking them the kitchen had a really delicious smell . My family and friends couldn't believe they were actually dog biscuits so they decided to try them themselves and guess what- they loved them too :). I did make a change in my dog's life and soon my friends started asking me to do them also for their dogs . Puppy Yummy was born , it sounds pretty easy- doesn't it?- ,but it wasn't. It took a lot of work. However, when I see the happiness of Mia whenever I open the bag of her treats and she is wagging her tail very excited because she knows there is something delicious and special waiting for her makes me feel really proud of what we are doing for every dog who is enjoying our treats. In my case, it makes me feel very happy knowing what it is inside the bag , what she is really eating and what is the treat being made off- all real, healthy ingredients- and that I am contributing to a much more healthy eating lifestyle for my pup and other pups in puppy-land =) . It gives me the strength to keep going and all the frustrations, sweat and tears all worth it.
P.S Mia is still being very playful and barks a lot that hasn't change any suggestions? :)
Puppy Yummy, Mia and Jennifer