Nurture Your Dog With A Home Made
|Dog's Weight||Cups of Food|
|5 lbs||3/4 cup|
|10 lbs||1-1/2 cups|
|25 lbs||3 cups|
|40 lbs||4-1/2 cups|
|60 lbs||6 cups|
|85 lbs||7-1/2 cups|
|105 lbs||9 cups|
|125 lbs||10-1/2 cups|
|150 lbs||12 cups|
Definitions Of Ingredients For Home Made Dog Food Recipes:
Fatty meats: Regular ground hamburger, roaster chicken (whole), lamb (neck, shoulder, leg, chops), pork chops, chuck roast, ground chuck, brains, tongue, sirloin stear, fatty beef heart).
Lean meats: Beef or chicken liver or heart, kidney, tuna canned in oil, fryer chicken (gizzard, drumsticks, thighs or whole), turkey (whole, ground, or dark meat), carp, salmon, catfish.
Daily supplements are recommended to
be given along with the food servings indicated above.
Here is a sample recipe from Dr. Pitcairn's book that you can make in bulk:
- 5 cups rolled oats -raw
- 3 lbs (approx 6 cups) raw whole turkey, ground/chopped
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1 cup vegetables, cooked or raw - grate if raw and use less
- Supplements: 6 tbsp (approx 1/3 cup) Healthy Powder (pg 53)
- 4 tsp. group 1 bone meal
- 10,000 IU vitamin A (if using carrots, this is optional)
- 400 IU vitamin E
- 1 tsp. tamari soy sauce, or 1/4 tsp., iodized salt (optional)
Cook the oats, then add the remaining ingredients. Makes about 18+ cups. Optionally, you can lightly cook the meat if you are not comfortable with completely raw. You can also substitute different grains and/or meats.
The book gives you more recipes, full information about
supplements, and a wealth of other information, so I encourage you to get a copy. Your dog will benefit if you do!
Your Home Made Dog Food RecipesWhat's Your Dog's Favorite Recipe?
Does your dog woof about a favorite chicken and rice recipe, a pumpkin dog biscuit, or a beefy stew? Please share the recipe that makes your dog come running!
with other dog lovers and help all doggies have tasty food.
Nutritional Concerns of Dogs In Special SituationsIf you have a dog with special health concerns you will find valuable information in the book regarding their nutrition also. Included in these groups are pregnant or nursing females; young, half-grown and older puppies; older dogs; dogs living in cold or very hot weather; vegetarians; conditions of malnourishment, anemia or convalescence. Adaptations to the diet are very well explained for these groups as well as home made dog food recipe adjustments.
Treats.....Healthy dog treats are what most of us dog lovers are looking for and ones which will also benefit a pet's oral health. So as a finale, I'm including a 4-Paws dog treat recipe book that Rover and Roxi are sure to enjoy....did I hear barks of approval?
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