November 5, 2009

The oils in Salmon are especially rich in vital Omega 3 essential fatty acids which are great for combating itchy skin via a natural anti-inflammatory effect. In addition to a grain-free diet, this salmon-based topping can be fed to cats and dogs to help supply the nutrients they need for healthy skin and shiny hair, too.

You will need:
  • 1 large wild boneless salmon filet.
  • 1 cup of fresh watercress
  • ½ tsp fresh dill
  • Olive Oil
What To Do

Place the filet on a baking sheet and drizzle with Olive Oil Bake at 350 F until pale but slightly darker in the center, about 20 minutes depending on size. Remove and allow to cool. Gently break up with a fork. Roughly chop the watercress and dill. Combine the greens with the fish in a mixing bowl and add a couple lugs of olive oil. Mix in a small amount with your pet’s regular Honest Kitchen meal. This mixture will keep for 2 to 3 days in a covered container, in a refrigerator.