Homemade food is the best for your Bullmastiff.


As you know the dog food you buy in stores are not always safe and if you want your dog to live a long healthy and happy life you will have to feed your dog homemade food. No need to worry that now you will have to spend hours cooking for your dog, all that is required is a simple mix of meat, vegetables and starches.

There is a step-to-step instruction on homemade food for your pet.

  • If your are going to change your dog's diet you should definitely consult a vet.

  • Remember that dogs need a diet that consists of 40 percent meat, 30 percent vegetables and 30 percent starch. Follow this formula to ensure that your dog has a well-balanced diet. This diet will give your Bullmastiff all nutrients he needs. Your dog will be energetic and attentive during training sessions.

  • The last data show that many experts believe commercial dog food is actually unhealthy for dogs. Often the meat that is used in dog food is of a quality that can't be consumed by humans. In other words, your dog eats wastes not meat.

  • A mixture of ground turkey, rice and carrot for your own dog food is a real healthy and tasty meal that will give your pet enough stamina. We also suggest you to make a mixture of ground beef, brown rice, brewer's yeast and carrots. Your dog will surely like it.

  • It would be great if you rotate the foods you feed your dog so that the dog gets a variety of foods. Dogs as humans also can be sick of eating the same food everyday. If you can afford a varied diet to please your dog you should do it.

  • Use oatmeal, pasta, rice or potatoes for your dog's starch requirement. If your dog consumes enough starch the digestion system will work as a clock.

Warning and tips you should always remember about!

  • Keep cooked dog food in the refrigerator no longer than three days.
  • When you decide to switch to homemade dog food, to make this process easier you should do it gradually. Try mixing commercial dog food to the food you have prepared to help your dog make the transition.
  • Do not feed your Bullmastiff chocolate. It will only harm his health.
  • Many Animal Hospital Associations all over the word list raw and spoiled garlic as poisonous and potentially fatal for dogs. Use garlic only in small doses and make sure it is cooked.