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Last year, I decided to start making my own dog food. I started my research by picking up a copy of "Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health ...
Stainless steel is best. Ceramic is ok too, but these two are way too enthusiastic at mealtime for those.
In this recipe, I am using brown rice. I vary this step with oats, potatoes, or yams.
Here, I've used carrots and romaine lettuce. Also popular with the doggies are: broccoli, tomatoes, swiss chard, peas, parsley, cauliflower, green beans, etc.
Liberally drizzle your dog dinner plate with oil. I like to use flax oil, but you can also use fish oil. I also like to add chlorella powder ...
Here, I've used jack mackerel (juice and all). I also like to use salmon, turkey/chicken, and organ meats. Dogs are carnivores; they need quality meat sources!
I like to add the contents of a few powdered beef liver capsules for added taste and nutrition. The big carrot chunks in the bowl on the left ...
And watch your best friend enjoy a healthy, satisfying meal.
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