Healthy Meals for You and Your Pup

Healthy Meals for You and Your Pup

Jan 01, 2019Stephanie Aguilera

We’re making it easy to kickstart you and your pet’s new year’s resolution of living your best life! From breakfast to dinner, here are a few healthy meals you and your pet can try for a better, wholesome lifestyle!



Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it doesn’t have to be difficult to make! Oats and your choice of either blueberries or sliced apples makes for a filling and nutritious breakfast!

For your pet’s version of this breakfast, instead of oatmeal, indulge them with The Honest Kitchen Single Serve Cups. These are high in protein and calories, perfect to start off their day! Add some blueberries or apples to their version too for an extra kick of nutrition! 

Why is this meal good for you and your pup? Oatmeal is packed with vitamins and minerals that acts as an excellent source of dietary fiber. While you enjoy your oatmeal, your pup’s The Honest Kitchen cup provides 100% human grade, essential ingredients for a happy and healthy pup. Blueberries are high in Vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants, which help boost the immune system and fight aging in the brain – great for senior pups! Apples are a good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and dietary fiber that’s great to keep a pet’s teeth clean and their breath fresh.

Add raw goat milk to your pet’s cup to elevate their health to a new level! Primal’s raw goat milk contains vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein and fatty acids – all necessary for a healthy and happy pup!

Lunch & Snack Time

It’s time to recharge for the day! While you enjoy your second meal of the day, your pup needs no more than a small snack. Stay energized with chicken, carrots and quinoa with a side of your favorite cheese while your pup enjoys a smaller version of your meal!

Healthy Spot offers 100% single ingredient goodies like chicken breast jerky and cheese treats! Our smoked chicken breast jerky is made with all-natural, simple ingredients that provides protein to your pet’s diet. Our cheese treats, Stack That Cheddar and It’s All Gouda, are also jam-packed with protein and slow-dried to maintain full flavor and nutrition.

Why these treats? Cheese provides dietary calcium that bones need to grow and contains fat that helps absorb vitamins from other foods they eat. Jerky is a meat protein that contains the essential amino acids dogs need stay strong, healthy and provide enough energy to get them to dinner time!


It’s the end of the day and you and your fur kid are ready for one final meal! Keep it light while staying satisfied for the rest of the night with turkey, quinoa and green beans.

What’s so great about this dinner? Turkey is a lean, white meat that’s high in protein and helps build muscle. It’s also a highly-digestible protein source that is a great alternative for yourself and for pups with food sensitivities. Quinoa is a great source of protein and calcium but should be given to pets at a smaller proportion. Green beans are high in fiber and low calories, great for humans and pups that want to lose weight.

For your pet, replace the turkey with delicious raw food or freeze-dried raw food from Primal Pet Foods! Primal Pet Food offers a Turkey & Sardine recipe created for your pet the way they would eat in the wild, offering highly digestible food that has essential nutrients pets don’t get from cooked foods. Combine this with a small amount of quinoa and green beans for a fully balanced meal. 

Stay healthy with your furry family member! Instead of feeding them the same food they have been eating for the past year, look into renewing their bowl with foods both of you can enjoy. From blueberries to chicken, try these healthy meals with your pet today!

Have any healthy meal ideas to share with your pup? We would love to hear from you! Leave a comment below with your thoughts!

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