42. How you can improve your nutrition by changing what you feed your dog with Helen McNall

42. How you can improve your nutrition by changing what you feed your dog with Helen McNall

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42. How you can improve your nutrition by changing what you feed your dog with Helen McNall

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Helen McNall is the Top Dog in the Wellbeing for Dogs team. Her passion is to make it simple for us to feed our dogs well, to trust that we do know what they need and have confidence in our ability to provide that.

With Wellbeing for Dogs she just wants to inform, to inspire and to help dog lovers nourish their dogs, truly, with real food.

She wants us to bring these much loved companions into the family fully, not just fixing them when they are broken but nurturing them, feeding them as well as we do ourselves and our children.

In this episode we talk about:

  • We talk about the real ingredients in pet food
  • How Helen got into doing what she does
  • Why there is nicotine in some pet foods
  • What kinds of products Wellbeing for Dogs produce
  • How to cook for your dog
  • How to improve your nutrition by what you feed your dog
  • How I got my dog Gabriel
  • Why she would buy half a sheep at a time
  • How variety in food is awesome
  • What her most intriguing cuisine she ate 
  • The different kinds of foods you can feed your dogs
  • What not to feed your dog
  • Her Key Person of Influence journey
Gabriel - My Dog

Gabriel – My Dog

 

Nutrition and Meal Plans

What foods to avoid

  • Wheat

What foods to actively seek out

  • Soup
  • Free range meats 

Helen’s fondest food memories

Helen talks about her family and how she came from the farm. She also tells us how travel broadened her palate.   

Cooking tips

Cook the whole chicken in a stock and let it poach  

Do you have a clean eating diet plan?

 Yes and so does my dog. 

Know more about Helen 

Who would you love to have dinner with and where?

Simone de Deauvoir 

Last meal on the planet?

An exceptional Burgundy …. Beef bourguignon followed by something chocolate.

Where to find Helen

http://www.wellbeingfordogs.com.au/ 

[email protected] 

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