Dog with Food Bowl, text says "Control the Bowl"


Control of Ingredients: Our EZ Dog Food Meal Planner shows the amount needed of lean meat (cooked) and carbohydrates (cooked), vegetable oil, omega-3 oil, and nutrient powders. Add veggies and fruits as snacks if you wish!

100% Complete & Balanced:  Following these guidelines guarantees each meal exceeds the NRC and AAFCO requirements for all 42 essential nutrients. Any recipe using the planner will be high protein and low to moderate in fat and carbohydrates. Share our Nutrition Data Sheet (which shows these comparisons) in the EZ Meal Planner with your veterinarian so they will be assured that you are feeding your dog a nutritious diet.

Assists with Weight Management and Overall Health: Another advantage of EZ Meals is that they are formulated to meet all nutritional needs with fewer calories. The program is fortified with DHA, EPA, and antioxidants vitamin C & E for optimum immune health.

Developed by Ken Tudor DVM: The Well Dog Nutrient Powder and EZ Dog Food Meal Planner were formulated and developed by Dr. Ken Tudor as a coordinated program.

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Dr. Ken Tudor with one of his patients


Dr. Ken Tudor is a recognized expert and leader in the field of pet nutrition and fitness. In addition to co-founding a national campaign to help fight dog obesity, he developed a pet weight management program and served on the American Animal Hospital Association task force to develop their Weight Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats. He was a weekly contributor to the “Daily Vet” blogs at www.petMD. com and regularly shares research with the public, veterinary colleagues, and students as well as in notable veterinary journals.

Dr. Tudor is a member of the American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition, the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, and the California Veterinary Association.

He has graduate training in exercise physiology and sports nutrition and taught courses in those subjects and California Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is also a former director and instructor of the veterinary technology program at Mt. San Antonio College.

Dr. Tudor owns a holistic veterinary office dedicated to medical practice exclusively for dogs in southern California.  

“I feel strongly that homemade diets are superior for promoting maximum canine health, vitality.” 

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