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I regularly cook food for my beloved Millie (she passed away recently). I always make sure than she ate clean, home-cooked dog food. Sometimes, I buy her food from the pet shop or the vet’s or some kibbles to give her balance diet and texture.

If you have dogs and want to make sure they get the cleanest and right nutrition that they need, find time to cook them meals which you can pack and freeze to be consumed later. You can also try TruDog’s Pet food for taste and nutrition.

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Homemade Dog Food

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Is your dog a finicky eater? Are you trying to wean your dog from eating processed dog foods most of the time? Does your dog need to keep a healthy weight? If so, then preparing homemade dog food for your precious furry baby is the best thing to do to ensure that your dog has clean food that is usually free from too many processed stuff and unnecessary salt and sugar in its diet.

This homemade dog food is easy to make. You can keep them in packs for few days and freeze them to keep them fresh. You can play around with other meat ingredients to add but the main deal is a healthy homemade dog food.

2 tbsp cooked rice, pasta or wholemeal bread (some dogs may have an allergy on wheat products)

Approximately half-your-fist-sized meat: lean beef, chicken or fish

Fibre in the form of carrots, grated

1-2 tsp olive oil

5 tbsp broth (preferably the one used for boiling the meat). Do not use processed broth cubes for this. Our goal is to make fresh, homemade dog meals.

 

How to:

Grate carrots and set aside

Scoop cooked rice and put in a blender, add boiled choice of meat (either diced or pulled)

Add olive oil and broth

Mix all in a blender and blend until meat and rice/bread or pasta are grounded

 

Now you can serve this to your pooch or save until later. Put in a ziplock bag and freeze for next batch. You can increase the ratio of the ingredients depending on your dog size. This is good for a small to medium sized dog.

 

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