......Donald STrombeck's pet diet book apparently has a chapter on diets for
hepatic disease. I've never looked at this book so I don't know what the
recipes are like, but it might be worth a try getting a used copy from
somewhere like the zshop at amazon.com
.....These articles mention a few things about the parameters of a liver
.......I know zip about this diet but you might look at it and run it by
.......I didn't have time to check all of the results in this Google
search - you might find some other things that help you:
......Other than that you can try to dress up your dog's food with a
sprinkle of something like Parmesan cheese or a little warm defatted chicken
broth and see if he is more interested.
take out the dog before replying
(!) I feed the Doggie Oats to my dog. I do not cook the chicken, so I make
the recipe, divide it into daily quantities, and freeze. I use some
containers(glad) which I bought for this purpose, and I wash them to use
again. I start defrosting (one container)the day before he is to eat it.It
is not too hard after you have assembled the ingredients you will need for
the healthy powder, etc.
I have not tried this recipe but I have been making their partners cat food
(feline futures)for two years and my cat seems to be doing great.
It is easier to make(the cat food) than the recipe I gave you for dog food
I definitely believe in the RAW FOOD Concept.
PS My animals LOVE their food and chow down like there is no tom orrow.