Homemade Dog Food Substitutes:
We've all heard about the problems with dog food these days. How can you be really sure what goes into your pet's commercial dog food, and where these ingredients come from? The answer is, you can never be sure. For this reason, you may want to try some of these natural, homemade dog food substitutes:
Doggy Dinner Deluxe
Half pound ground beef, lamb, or chicken
One quarter cup cooked rice
One small potato
Quarter cup green beans
Brown the meat in a pan. When completely cooked, drain the fat. Add the cooked rice; mix well. Set aside. Cut the potato and beans into small bite-sized pieces. Place in a pot with water; bring to a boil. Simmer until vegetables are tender (about fifteen to twenty minutes). Drain. Add the vegetables to the meat mixture. Toss thoroughly on low heat. Be sure to let the dinner cool thoroughly before serving to your dog, to prevent burning. (Makes apprx. two dinners)
One tablespoon olive oil
Two pounds lean ground beef (can also used chicken, lamb, or fish)
Two cups chopped cabbage
Eighteen oz. canned sweet potatoes (drained of water and chopped)
Fourteen and a half oz canned tomato wedges (undrained)
One and a half cups tomato juice
Three quarter cup apple juice
One teaspoon grated ginger root
Two cups frozen green beans
Third of a cup peanut butter
Six cups cooked brown rice
Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Cook Beef, Add the cabbage; cook, stirring, until the cabbage is tendercrisp, about five minutes. Stir in the sweet potatoes, tomatoes, tomato juice, apple juice, ginger. Reduce the heat to medium-low; cover. Simmer until hot and bubbling, about six minutes. Stir in the green beans and simmer, uncovered, for 5 minutes. Stir in the peanut butter until well-blended and hot, about one minute. Spoon over rice.
One pound lean ground beef (can also use chicken, lamb, etc)
Two cups cooked brown rice
Two cans vegetables (broccoli, sweet potatoes, green beans, carrots, kale, carrots, asparagus - chopped up)
One can mackerel
One pound chicken liver
Pulverize veggies in a blender or food processor. Mix all ingredients together in a large pot. Add enough water to submerge the ingredients, and mix well. If you feed raw, place into air tight containers or plastic ziplock bags, enough for one feeding in each, and freeze. If you don't feed raw, cover the pot and simmer for about 2 hrs, while stirring occasionally. When it is done cooking, cool, and place into containers or baggies, enough for one feeding in each and freeze. You can use the microwave to thaw out each serving, and even add the goulash to regular kibble.
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