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Free Homemade Dog Food Recipes

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Free Homemade Dog Food Recipes

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The present crisis inside our pet food supply has numerous of us trying to find homemade commercial dog food recipes for your beloved pets. I've been cooking for the dog for quite some time and find he likes mostly the same foods that we do. Each animal has his own preferences, much like perform. For example, our Oscar will not eat tomatoes, but Bonnie loves them. Start using these recipes like a starting point for homemade pet food recipes. Then, when you discover your pets preferences it is possible to customize them more. One caution: you shouldn't serve onion or chocolate to dogs since they contain substances which can be toxic to dogs.

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Some veterinarians prefer raw meat for your pets. I prefer to cook the meat due to concerns over E Coli and other infections. If you need to use raw meat, don't use ground meat. The grinding process increases the potential for contamination by giving more surface area for your bacteria to develop.

Canine Meat and Grain Menu

2 cups cooked brown rice

2/3 cup Lean beef

2 teaspoons lard -- or veggie oil

1/2 cup vegetables -- no onion*

Mix completely. It is possible to serve the beef raw if you are using chunks of beef. Don't serve ground beef raw, the grinding process boosts the likelihood of bacterial infections. Use any vegetables you prefer. You will discover with time your dog will leave any vegetables he doesn't like. Mix the aforementioned. Serve slightly warm, but not hot.

Chow Chow Chicken

You must take away the meat from your bones on this recipe. Chicken bones can simply splinter and cause choking problems in dogs.

2 chicken thighs -- or white meat

1 stalk celery -- sliced thick

3 carrot -- peeled and halved

2 small potatoes -- peeled and cubed

2 cups rice -- uncooked

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Place chicken pieces in large pot. Cover with cold water (5 -6 cups). Add carrots, celery, and potatoes to water. Add salt to taste if you'd like. Cover and simmer on low heat about 2 hours before the chicken becomes tender. Add some rice, cover and cook over low heat for around 30 minutes before rice is tender and most with the liquid is absorbed. Remove soup from heat. Pull the chicken meat from the bone ( it'll practically fall off), discard bones. Return shredded pieces to pot. Stir well. Let cool. Store in the refrigerator or freeze.

Meaty Dog Biscuits

Use beef, chicken or lamb strained baby food because of these biscuits.

2 3/4 cups whole wheat grains flour

1/2 cup powdered milk

1 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon garlic powder

1 egg

6 tablespoons vegetable oil

Eight to ten tablespoons water

2 jars baby food meat, strained

Mix all ingredients together and knead for several min. Reveal about 1/2 inch thick. Use a dog bone shaped blameless ,, and place biscuits on an ungreased baking sheet. Bake in preheated oven at 350 degrees for twenty five to 25 min.

Makes approximately 2 dozen doggie biscuits

Bacon Bites for Dogs

6 slices cooked bacon -- crumbled

4 eggs -- well beaten

1/8 cup bacon grease

1 cup water

1/2 cup powdered milk -- non-fat

2 cup graham flour

2 cup wheat germ

1/2 cup cornmeal

Mix ingredients with a strong spoon; drop heaping tablespoonfuls onto a greased baking sheet. Bake in a 350 oven for 15 minutes. Switch off oven and then leave cookies on baking sheet within the oven overnight to dry out.

Ace's Favorite Cheesy Dog Biscuits

1 1/2 cups wheat grains flour

1 1/4 cups grated cheddar cheese

1/4 pound margarine -- corn oil

1 clove garlic -- crushed

1 pinch salt

1/4 cup Milk -- or as required

Grate the cheese in to a bowl and let stand until it reaches 70 degrees. Cream the cheese with all the softened margarine, garlic, salt and flour. Add enough milk to make into a ball.

Chill for 1/2 hour. Roll onto floured board. Reduce shapes and bake at 375 degrees for Quarter-hour or until slightly brown, and firm.

Makes 2 to 3 dozen, based on size.

I hope that these free pet food recipes will inspire you to cook safe and healthy food to your pet.


Posted Oct 05, 2013 at 12:21am