Dear Foodie: Last weekend, you forked over the equivalent of a car payment for an oyster tower at brunch and then maxed-out your credit card when the latest master of foraged molecular gastronomy popped up in town. And yet, though you'd never dream of opening a can of Spam for dinner (unless it was in an ironic, Anthony Bourdain kind of way), you still feed your dog any crap that's on sale with a canine on the can. Stop that right now and head to Dishes for Dogs. This on-trend Wynwood place cooks handcrafted and nutritious meals for your pooch. Owner Michael O'Rourke started off by cooking for his Pomeranian, Ripley, who had severe food allergies. Soon family and friends were asking for the dishes for their pets, and then he was selling out at local farmers' markets. He uses only human-grade ingredients such as fresh chicken, apples, and carrots. To ensure all meals are nutritionally sound, he consults with a faculty member at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Prices range according to size and kind of protein, but a five-pound chicken dinner costs $26.75. The look of gratitude Rover gives you after wolfing down a bowl of this slice of doggie heaven: priceless.