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June 24, 2010

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sophie munns

Im as busy as a headless chook (?) but ever so excited to see you here today and looking forward to more from the wonderful Lucy!

Daniel@ The Food Addicts

We enjoy cooking for our dog as well. Usually we cook about once a week for him. Usually we boil chicken or other types of meat and mixed with vegetables. On top of that we grind hard dog food and sprinkle that on top to ensure he gets all the nutrients he needs.

ali

i used to cook and "uncook" for my dog and three cats (when i had that many dear ones living with me). they liked the cooked better, mostly because they were used to it...the raw was suggested to me by a holistic vet. their favorite raw is simply me sharing pieces of fresh raw fish, or other organic meat with them.

i should send you my dog biscuit recipe for poppy. you might enjoy it too, as they're awfully good!

i love this post, as i totally think that treating our animal friends as well as we treat ourselves, remaining mindful of the individual preferences and character traits of each, is just a sound practise, just a loving practise.

Johanna

oh I bet you are popular with meal time - wish I could send you all sylvia's leftovers for poppy - they are shameful - though I was surprised to hear no alliums which would make it harder to include leftovers

Elaine

Hello Lucy. Piper is curled up beside me as I read this on my laptop. He approves as he's been well nourished on homemade food for the past 6 years.

I love what Ali said about being mindful of our animal friends' preferences & traits. Yes.

I'd never heard of "Jam Today". Must check it out.

XO to you & Poppy.

chelsea

What a lucky puppers!
We just returned the most adorable little dog (Lucy is her name too) to her family after a week of pet-sitting. It's incredible how attached one becomes...
Perhaps when we acquire our own pup, I'll have a chance to try out your recipe.

Lucy

Ah, glad I'm not alone - there's something very lovely about foregoing all that packaged rubbish. Besides, I once met a woman who worked for a big pet food company and she described to me in great detail the horrible stuff that went in...ick.

Sophie: Lots of love to you, my friend.

Ali: I'd love that recipe. Seriously.

Elaine: I just knew Piper would be equally well-fed. A big kiss to him from me, please?

Chelsea: I keep meeting dogs called Lucy! Most amusing.

chelsea

I could say the same, Lucy - odd, isn't it?

Wendy

How did I miss this post? Marco would never have forgiven me. Shall be making this very soon. I've never cooked purely for him before.

Lucy

Wendy: Oh yes, Marco will love you for it! I've found making it slots in easily around other stovetop activities, bubbling away on its own.

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