Britain’s First, Holistic, Pop-Up Fine Diner For Dogs
It All Starts With Nutrition. A Holistic private dining event for four-legged friends, The Curious Canine Kitchen will pop up onSaturday 11 & Sunday 12 April in Shoreditch.
Featuring two sittings each day this ‘Healthy Doggie Fine Dining Experience’ is the first of its kind in Britain to serve high-end, freshly prepared, organic canine cuisine.
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More Information about The Curious Canine Kitchen
Who wants to feed their pup boring, mundane, and quite frankly, gross, dog food?
Your pup is a member of your family, and you want to feed him a tasty, nutritious diet that he will love. Sure, you could make your pooch home cooked food, but who has the time for that?
Well, if you live in London, you can avoid feeding your dog nasty, store-bought food without having to worry about making it yourself. How? – By taking him to the Canine Kitchen!
What is the Curious Canine Kitchen? It’s a “holistic pop-up pup dinner! Created by Emily Stephenson, a certified whole-foods chef in London who is best known for the raw food and gluten-free supper clubs that she has created, the Curious Canine Kitchen is the first pup kitchen of its kind in Britain. Here, you can treat your dog to a high-end, freshly prepared meal that is made of organic, all-natural ingredients. It’s truly a gastronomic experience for your pooch!
For just 20 pounds per dog owner, your pup will be perfectly pampered will be treated to a five-course menu – complete with drink pairings. The menu is inspired by Juliette de Bairacli Levy’s 1955 manuscript, “The Complete Herbal Book for the Dog.” Levy, a pioneer of “natural dog rearing” toted the importance of feeding dogs all natural diets, complete with raw foods and herbs, instead of commercial, processed pet food. Levy’s ideas are the foundation of holistic veterinarian care, which includes ingredients such as:
- Raw meat
- Natural grains
- Yogurt-soaked oats
Stephenson has brought Levy’s idea of feeding dogs a holistic, natural diet to life by creating the Curious Canine Kitchen. Her pup restaurant is truly one-of-a-kind and is taking the world of feeding dogs in Britain by storm.
The Importance of High Quality Food for Your Dog
For decades, dog owners have been feeding their four-legged family members processed pet food. The reason is pretty simple: It’s easy and it’s efficient. However, despite the ease of feeding your pup bagged food, it turns out that it isn’t the best option.
Manufactured food is full of additives and artificial ingredients, which aren’t very healthy for your dog. Fillers can lead to obesity and other health conditions. Add to that the fact that processed dog food has been found to contain ingredients that have been determined to be quite detrimental to dogs – and have actually been recalled because they are so unhealthy – and you have a good reason to feed your dog a natural, well-balanced diet.
Just like humans, dogs need to eat a well-balanced diet made of natural ingredients to achieve maximum health. Since your dog isn’t able to question the quality of his food, you, as his advocate, must.
So, what can you do to ensure you feed the best dog food for Pitbulls (or any other breed)? You can stop feeding him the processed food that you have been purchasing from the store, and instead, feed him a diet that contains natural ingredients. While treating your dog to a meal at the Curious Canine Kitchen may not be something that you can do on a daily basis (though it is certainly worth the splurge, once in a while,) you can prepare food for him at home.
Purchase all-natural, organic ingredients that aren’t full of hormones, such as:
- Brown rice
By feeding your dog this type of diet, he will enjoy tremendous benefits, and you will be able to enjoy a long life with your pup.