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Dr. Greg's Dog Dish Diet: Sensible Nutrition For Your Dog's Health (Second Edition) Paperback – November 11, 2011
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JUNE 2016 UPDATE: It has been just over 4 years since changing my Lab's diet to Dr. Greg's Crock Pot Diet. He has kept the weight off, he is shiny, healthy and very active at 11 years old. When my husband takes him swimming at the park, other dog owners frequently ask him what we are feeding him that keeps him so slim and healthy, compared to their own dogs who are half his age and overweight with dull coats and health issues. My husband keeps a photo of Dr. Greg's book on his smartphone so he can share it with anyone who wants to make a change in their own pets diet. I also recently invested in a 6 quart pressure cooker which has sped up the cooking time tremendously! It also helps to retain more nutrients.
Though some reviewers commented that they wished there was more than one recipe, I have to say I don't -- the one given allows for many variations, and then you still stay on course with pretty much correct ingredient proportions. In the old recipe I used to use with my two, I'd gone off into "recipe drift" -- now I'm back on course, the dogs seem well and happy. One thing to note that I learned early on in starting with slow cookers, they aren't all uniformly slow, so you may need (if your cooker is fast like mine) only 12 instead of 14 hrs. cooking time. I learned this the hard way, when I first started by over cooking (for us humans) what would otherwise have been a delicious Coq Au Vin. So trust your nose! Which leads me to my last comment, this recipe surely does not stink up the house (unless you don't like the smell of chicken stew cooking!) -- now, if I get ahold of a fish head or something, I may freeze that until I can have the windows open in spring to cook that in with the other good stuff. So, thanks to you Dr. Greg, and I hope you really do a book like this for our feline friends some day.
I love how Dr. Greg uses the filled 6 quart crock pot as a consistent unit for a batch of food. I can easily remember his basic formula and modify. Now I use a crock pot and a 12 quart stock pot to make triple batches to put in the freezer. This will feed both dogs for about 2 weeks. By shopping sales for quality ingredients, I can prepare food for an average of $1.00 per pound before cooking.
I think he as a new book coming out soon. I hope it has more recipes, recommended feeding amounts, and more detailed nutritional information. I deducted one star for this book because I would have liked to see a few charts with nutritional data.