What’s a Pet Foodie you ask? Real People sharing Real Food with Real Pets. Very simple.
Pet Foodies are pet food consumers that have an enthusiastic and healthy interest in providing their pet(s) with real food as a supplement to their commercial diet and extend to former pet food consumers that now provide real food as a complete diet.
Pet Foodies asked…why? Why can’t I give my cat or dog a bite of my steak? What in the world is wrong with giving my pet some real food? Does everything have to be boring brown and round (kibble)?
The answer is, of course you can give your cat and dog healthy bites of people food. There is absolutely nothing wrong with pets eating real food.
We’re not re-inventing the wheel! Pets have been eating people food since…well, since the caveman shared food with the cave-dog and cave-cat. However since the commercialization of pet food, we’ve seen a drastic decline in the number of cats and dogs that are provided with even the tiniest amount of real food. Just a few short decades ago dinner tables all across the world shared their meal with the furry family. Today it’s almost considered taboo to dare give the dog or cat a bite of your steak. Children are often scolded…”You did what? You gave the dog your broccoli! OMG, call the vet!” It’s gotten to a point where we have become afraid – frightened to share some real food with our pets!
Well…no more! Once considered as pet food rabble rousers, today we’re part of a movement to bring our pets real nutrition from real food. Bring back the Doggie Bag! And let’s not forget our Kitties too! We’re Pet Foodie’s and we’re Proud!
This isn’t rocket science. It’s food; Real Food = Real Nutrition. As example, a single tablespoon of roasted chicken will provide your pet with 18 amino acids, 16 vitamins, 10 minerals, protein and healthy fat. Steamed broccoli provides your pet with Vitamin A, Niacin, Riboflavin, Vitamin C, Vitamin K and is a great fiber source.
Anyone (and I mean anyone!) can supplement their pet’s diet with real food everyday. Just a couple of bites of real food each day replacing a couple bites of commercial food. Real food (real nutrition) used to supplement your pet’s commercial diet.
Got questions? The Pet Foodie Handbook’s got answers. Click Here to view.
Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,
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