Ingredients: Shrimp (deveined but with the shells on is best), whole grain pasta, garlic (not for the pups), lemon, parsley, green beans, plus wine or broth for cooking.
Budget: Pick a week to make this dish when your local grocery store has shrimp on sale. We get them for $6.99/pound. They are less expensive when you buy them with the shells on, which works perfectly for us because the shells go to the dogs.
Nutrition: Guess where expensive pet supplements source their glucosamine from? Shrimp shells! We take out the middleman, go straight to the source, and give our pups the stuff they need for lifelong healthy joints. Paired with whole grain pasta and green beans we tick all the boxes for protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Waste Not: In addition to using every bit of those succulent shrimp, we avoid waste with the vegetables as well. When trimming the green beans, save any parts that are a little ugly for the dogs – they won’t know, and the imperfect beans are just as nutritious (maybe even more so).