This special Sunday Edition is brought to you by Your Dog’s Diner. Normally, the dogs do all of the talking on our daily dog blog.
I know. I know. You are busy. You don’t have time to even cook for yourself. How many times have I heard this? I can’t even count. But I will never give up on trying to show dog parents that there is a different way of feeding the ones that are our best friends, our lifesavers, our constant companions….our dogs.
I know in my heart that one of the ways we can truly change a dog’s life is by the food that we give him or her. Yes. Food. Is food not something that we all look forward to every day? Variety and good ingredients are important. Real, fresh food is what we believe all dogs deserve. As I will never stop advocating for homeless animals, I will also never stop advocating changes to what we feed our dogs. But again, if you are telling me that you don’t have time to cook for yourself, I get it. I get that you probably never will. Unless you want to. And we are here to help. How?
Every week, we bring to you a free, cooking class. This is not only a cooking class to learn how to cook for your dog, but yourself as well. If we are going to go to the trouble to cook for our dogs, shouldn’t we want to eat what we make too? Would that be worth your time…if you could share? We think so. And we want you to learn and have fun!
So where can you find these weekly episodes?
Every Friday at 12 p.m. ET, each episode will be posted to Instagram TV and our Facebook page.
Past episodes include:
International Cooking Class For Middle Eastern Hamburgers
You can also find all of our Daytime NBC cooking videos on our YouTube Channel including chicken jerky, Mutt Salad and Barkaritas.
Listen to our weekly podcast to hear about a paw picked recipe for each state on our travels!
How can you get involved?
We want YOUR input, recipes and suggestions! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or comment at the end of this blog. This is labor of love for us and we need your support. Making the world a better place for animals and our dogs starts with each one of us. Much of their happiness is dependent on how we take care of them.
Make sure to include exercise, love, adventure and real food in your efforts to be the best dog parent there is. Not only will our dogs live longer for it, but you will too.
-Rachael Johnson, Owner and Girl Person of 2 Traveling Dogs and Your Dog’s Diner