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The story behind the stew!

My passion behind my pet food comes from the amazing health benefits I’ve watched happen with my own eyes. The proof is in the dog stew! I’m amazed at my dog Preston’s journey and would love to share a little of his story with you. 

My pets mean THE WORLD to me so when Preston, my Miniature Pincher was diagnosed with diabetes 4 years ago, it left me feeling very helpless and so sad for him. He lost his vision almost immediately and has been on insulin shots twice a day since his diagnoses. 

He started out with having over 6 units of insulin each time. His veterinarian told me that this is just how it’s going to be and there isn’t much you can do. I believed him and didn’t do anything for two years. 

Finally one day, I decided to start researching dog food and I was devastated with what I found. That’s the day I decided to start making my dogs food myself. I researched like crazy and finally came up with a recipe that I believed would give my dogs the nutrients that they really needed and deserved. 

It’s two years later and I’m so happy to say that Preston’s insulin is down to .5 units twice a day. Not 5, .5 from over 6 units! 

For two years it was stuck at over 6 units and never budged once. Almost immediately after him switching to my dog stew, it rapidly kept decreasing. I still can’t get over how fast it happened. It makes my heart so happy. I just want every dog to have the opportunity to eat real food and have a long, happy, and healthy life! 

Preston will be 14 years old soon, he just had a senior blood panel done and everything came back so great! 

I’m so passionate about my food that I offer free weekly deliveries in the Denver and surrounding areas. I’m also more than happy to give you my recipe if you’d rather make it yourself than purchase it from me. 

Organic, Human-Grade healthy Dog & Cat stew prepared with love!

Only the very best ingredients for our pets.

No fillers, No by-products and No preservatives! 

I believe in feeding my pets well and want to do the same for yours. 

*Please keep stew refrigerated. Good up to 5 days from date on label.


Overnight shipping via FedEx.

If you're in the Denver area, I do FREE deliveries once a week!

Important Information

Like people, dogs are what they eat. Save your dog a lot of suffering, and save yourself a fortune in vet bills, by learning the truth about your dog’s diet.

Here are 10 important things you may not know about what your dog’s eating:

#1 Commercial Dog Food Is “Fast Food”.

Heavily-processed fast foods (burgers, fries, tacos, etc.) as a big diet component can cause major health problems in people. How can fast foods be good for dogs?

Only dog food manufacturers think this nonsense makes sense. Dogs and people share roughly 75% the same genetic makeup, and we have similar nutritional needs. What we’re doing to our own health with processed foods, we’re also doing to our dogs. And it’s happening faster.

#2 People Food Is Good For Dogs.

Despite what you’ve heard from friends, vets and pet food manufacturers, wholesome ”people food” is good for dogs. People food is only bad for dog food makers.

The same fresh, nutritious foods people eat can offer your dog the nutrition he needs and save you a mountain of vet bills. It just takes a little education to learn the small differences between human and canine nutritional needs. (Hint: no onions, grapes or raisins. Rinse off rich spices and sauces. Go easy on carbs and avoid wheat and corn.)

#3 Don’t Presume The Food Your Vet Sells Is A Superior Product. 

Veterinarians, like medical doctors, learn relatively little about nutrition in school.

Much of what they do learn comes directly from pet food company vets, sales reps, articles, studies, and seminars.

If your vet hasn’t studied and experimented on his or her own with raw or homemade diets, it’s unlikely that he or she  knows bad food from good, and may be acting on outdated information or superstition. And if vets profit from selling one brand, and not another, they have a conflict of interest that may influence their opinions. (Some may even be prohibited by a manufacturer from selling more than one brand.)

#4 The Quality Of Processed Commercial Foods Is Suspect.

Dog food may legally contain “4-D” meat: meat from dead, dying, diseased and disabled animals.

Add a little road kill, mill floor sweepings labeled as grain, and corn contaminated with high levels of pesticide (yes, really) and you have a recipe for ill health. The cheaper the food, the cheaper the ingredients, the worse the nutrition.

Read the labels!

#5 Kibble Does Not Clean Teeth.

Almost all dogs age three and over have dental diseases. Most of these dogs eat kibble. That should tell you something.

Although a small study once suggested that kibble might clean teeth better than canned food, better doesn’t mean effectively. Hoping to avoid brushing our dog’s teeth, we too willingly grasp at kibble’s unsubstantiated health benefits. But pretending that kibble or hard treats will keep teeth clean will only lead to huge vet bills, lost teeth and much canine suffering.

#6 “Complete And Balanced” Does Not Mean “Optimum”.

“Complete and balanced” means that a food meets minimal theoretical health requirements for the average dog.

Food boasting that it conducted Feeding Trials often just test only the lead product in a line of foods. Trials, too, are for only a small number of dogs for a short period of time. Over time, nutrient and enzyme deficiencies are inevitable.

Of course, complete and balanced is better than not complete and balanced, but again, better does not mean good.

#7 Feeding The Same Food Day After Day Limits Nutrition.

Imagine eating corn, rancid fat and chicken wings (without meat) every meal of your life, with the same mix of cheap vitamins and minerals added…

Nutritionists urge people to eat a variety of foods, both for improved nutrition and also to prevent allergies. Dogs need variety, too.

But variety can cause gastrointestinal upset in dogs, right?

In the short run, yes. Nutritionally-deprived animals have sick guts. In fact, intestinal upset when switching foods is a sign your dog needs more variety. Once good nutrition has healed a dog’s digestive system, the dog can eat different foods every meal — just as people do. Just switch foods gradually over several weeks while your dog’s gut heals.

#8 Kibble Is Not Better Than Canned.

Whereas canned food is preserved by the process of canning, most kibble is preserved artificially. (Ever contemplate how much preservative must be required to retard spoilage of food left out all day?)

Kibble begins as a dry cooked meal whereas canned food is canned fresh. Kibble is exposed to more heat than canned (destroying nutrients). Worse yet, kibble is linked to kidney and bladder problems in cats, and to bloat, a deadly problem especially for large, broad-chested dogs. It’s also dehydrating. Of course, canned isn’t perfect either. Fresh is best, raw or cooked. Next best is frozen prepared food and then dehydrated and freeze dried foods, all available at better pet stores.

#9 Some Common Foods Can Be Hazardous To Canine Health.

Cooked bones and rawhide chews can cause major health problems requiring emergency surgery.

Wheat-based treats can bring on allergies. (Consider Coconut Chips as an alternative.)

Onions, grapes, raisins, chocolate, the article sweetener Xylitol and other common foods can be toxic for dogs and must be avoided.

#10 Corn Kills.

Most kibble is loaded with corn, a cheap filler. Unfortunately, the corn isn’t the luscious kind you and I eat.

It’s feed corn (like cattle eat), or cheap feed corn remnants. Even corn meal dust counts as corn. The corn may even have been condemned for human consumption, there being no upper level of pesticide contamination for pet foods.

If that weren’t bad enough, corn (which gives us both high fructose corn syrup and corn oil) is fattening. Any wonder so many dogs are obese and suffer from diabetes?

Improving your dog’s diet can add years to your dog’s life and save you a fortune. It doesn’t require a lot of work or expense. It just requires a little knowledge and the desire to give your dog the healthy body he or she deserves.

Article by Jan Rasmusen/Dogs Naturally Magazine