Recipes For Dog Food
There are several recipes for dog food out there. They are fast and easy to use to make sure your dog gets all the nutrition that she needs each day. You can choose to be elaborate or simple with your dog food, it is up to you. The best part is you can easily make your pet’s food for cheap, at a higher quality, and better health wise than buying any of the best foods on the market in a store. Recipes are all over the web and once you make it once, you will never forget. Most of the recipes for dog food you make will make not only your dog’s mouth water, but yours too.
Vegetable Meatloaf For Dogs
Other recipes for dog food have nothing on this delicious meatloaf. Not only is it tasty, it has everything your dog will need as far as nutrients are concerned. You will need to have the following ingredients:
2 pounds of ground beef, chicken, or turkey
4 stalks of celery
6 ounces of tomato paste
2 slices of bread
1 cup of rolled oats
1 cup of wheat germ
In a very large bowl you will want to add the ground meat, three chopped celery stalks, two grated carrots, the chopped apple, eggs, rolled oats, wheat germ, shredded bread, and tomato paste. Mix it all with your hands to make sure it is thoroughly mixed and divide into four loaves. You will want to cook these loaves in a preheated roasting pan at 350 degrees. You will surround the loaves with cubed potatoes, carrots, and celery and then cover and cook for 80 minutes. Each loaf should be stored with a quarter of the vegetables in the refrigerator.
Feed 1/3 of each bag each day. You can feed with kibble or without.
Chicken Recipe For Dogs
Recipes for dog food that include chicken are a very popular replacement for other wet foods. This recipe can feed a large dog for about a week if you portion out the correct amount and freeze it. You will need to have 3 pounds of chicken either minced from a whole bird or ground. You will also need some vegetables. The best ones are the frozen variety packs that contain no garlic or onions. Make sure they have small chunks or that you cut them into small chunks. You will also need a bag of brown or whole wheat rice as well.
Place the chicken and two and a half cups of the veggies into a large sauce pan with six and a half cups of water. Bring the mixture to a boil while stirring constantly. Add four cups of rice and reduce the temperature to medium-low and simmer for 25 minutes covered. Make sure all the liquid is absorbed. Separate into individual servings and store in the refrigerator. This mixture is served cold with or without kibble.