If you regularly cook for yourself, making a few extra dishes for your pet might seem natural. After all, when you want to give your feline friend the best, you might think that a home-prepared meal is healthier for her than a commercially-available one. That might be true, but only if you follow some guidelines.
“These diets are often lacking in key vitamins and nutrients,” Gibbons warns. Dr. Sarah Wooten, a veterinarian based in Greeley, Colorado, cautions that raw diets can be deficient in essential animal acids, such as taurine, which can lead to heart disease… Read More