SOURCE: Morusa Records

July 16, 2007 07:30 ET

Pet Chefs Cook Up Healthy Pet Meals

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - July 16, 2007) - Last week, many of L.A.'s pet lovers tuned in to the season premier of "DogCat TV" to get a glimpse of the latest fad -- Pet Chefs.

Each Monday, "DogCat TV" features a new Pet Chef at his/her home and they each cook up a unique pet food dish using high quality kibble and human grade ingredients such as ground turkey and vegetables.

"We're out to share with pet owners several easy to make, healthy and tasty pet dishes," says Jesus Hernandez, producer at "DogCat TV." "With the recent health food scare in pet food, we had many pet owners write in and submit their homemade pet food ideas and we're passing that info to others by way of cooking segments."

The show airs each Friday at 2pm on the Time Warner network in Los Angeles. However, the segments are also broadcast on the station's website:

"I've made a few of the featured dishes for my pets and they absolutely love them," says Suzanne White, a viewer from West Hills, CA. "The thing I like best is that most recipes call for high quality kibble -- and that's good because it helps fight tarter build up in my dogs' teeth."

Upcoming pet chef meals include: Chicken Paw-jitas, Growlifornia rolls and Salmon cakes by real life chef and culinary instructor Dawn Roznowski.

Move over Emeril, there's a new chef in town -- only he's cooking up food for our four legged friends.

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