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How to prepare pumpkin for your dog


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Pumpkin season is here!

Pumpkin is a great source of fibre that your dog’s belly will love. This time of year, I always stock up on pumpkin in my freezer. I use pumpkin as one of the daily vegetables I feed Bruce and it’s also amazing to feed instead of rice when your dog has a bout of diarrhoea. That’s why it’s always in my freezer.

How to prepare it:

Scrape the walls of the pumpkin and steam or cook the contents in the oven until soft. You can even puree it afterwards if you want. Pack in to freezer bags or ice cube trays. I have those massive ones that should be used for fancy drinks and it’s perfect for this.

You want your dog’s daily intake of vegetables to be around 10% of their daily diet. This will keep their gut happy and healthy.

Happy pumpkin hunting!

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