HOMEMADE DOG FOOD – DOG FOOD RECIPES

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When you make  HOMEMADE DOG FOOD RECIPES,  always use a nutritious, well balanced recipe. Dogs need a specific amount of meat, carbs, and exact amounts of vitamins, supplements and minerals.

 FREE REPORT: HOMEMADE PET FOOD RECIPES as RECOMMENDED BY DR JONES 

Did you know  Supplements ARE ESSENTIAL  and must always be used when feeding a homemade dog food diet?

BASIC HOMEMADE DOG FOOD RECIPE

HOMEMADE DOG FOOD RECIPE AS WRITTEN BY DR. ANDREW JONES, D.V.M.

(This recipe makes 4 portions for a 20 pound dog @ 2 servings daily)

How to Make Homemade Dog Food BY DR. ANDREW JONES, VETERINARIAN

2 cups cooked rice
2 1/2 cups minced cooked lean meat
1 1/4 cups pureed veggie and fuit mix
3/4 tsp. canola oil
1/4 tsp. iodized salt
Daily vitamin/mineral and bonemeal supplement according to dog’s weight

Precook rice, meat and make a veggie/fruit mix ahead of timeUse any lean meat such as chicken, turkey, venison, lamb, beef. Remove fat.

Use brown or white rice (or substitute cooked macaroni potatoes)

For the fruit/veggie puree I usually stick with the favourite of carrots and apples.

I mix 3/4 vegetables to 1/4 fruit. Cook fruit, cool and puree in food processor.

Mix meat, veggie/fruit puree, starch and salt together, drizzle with oil and serve.

Separate into 4 equal servings and feed 2 servings per day. (This equals 2 days worth of food.)

Make bigger batches when you have the time and freeze in portions for easy meal time.

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FINAL PRODUCT – HOMEMADE DOG FOOD – CLICK FOR MORE FREE RECIPES for 5 pound dogs to 150 pound dogs.

Homemade dog food is RECOMMENDED BY DR. ANDREW JONES DVM, a Canadian veterinarian who gave up his practice in British Columbia to pursue a Natural, Holistic and Alternative Veterinary Care.

CANINE SUPPLEMENT

TABLE SCRAPS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED AND COULD BE DANGEROUS

not recommended

DO NOT FEED table scraps. Yes, I know a lot of people say this is how it was always done before the advent of commercial food, but scraps ARE NOT HEALTHY, and should be avoided.

NOTE: ***Just throwing together meat and some leftovers is not a healthy or nutritious diet, and could actually be extremely harmful.

There are many properly balanced and complete HOMEMADE DOG food recipes available today.

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