**CASE STUDY OF PEACHES AND HER HOMEMADE PUPPY DIET**
“Peaches just loves her homemade food and it is great to know it has all the nutrients she needs to grow and be healthy.
Your recipes have enabled me to feed her a plant-based diet that doesn’t require any other animals to suffer and that minimises the impact on the environment.
Thank you for all your help and support”
We are using Peaches as a case study as we so admire the hard work that Max has put into her health. He only homecooks for her and follows the recipes that we send him as she grows. Dr Lisa carefully plots Peaches’ growth against a chart and it has been perfect for her weight and size. She is from champion stock and Dr Lisa has predicted her adult weight from her parent’s size, and she has to have her recipe changed every 3 months to ensure adequate supplies of the essential nutrients at the various growth phases.
The images below and the video showing Peaches after 4 months of eating only homemade food have all been kindly sent in by Max. He has sent in photos of the ingredients, the cooking process and even how he uses the food in her Kongs to keep Peaches mentally stimulated.
What a lucky puppy Peaches is having such dedicated owners doing the best for both her and the environment and her growth is perfect!
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