Top Rated Dog Food Recipes

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Bobtail
We used to go to Georgia Bulldog football games with some friends. She introduced me to this treat. So simple and delicious!!! It was so fun to eat
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Cassa
Optimum Heath Dog Food - 1 week supply for 17kg dog Had to start making my own dog food as everything shop bought makes her ill.
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dog food
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kwlabear
This is a delicious, addictive danish cookie recipe given to my mom by a good friend. A member of the family said it looked like 'dog food', and the name stuck!
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redgirl
Whether you cook for your pooch once in a while or everyday, this recipe will be sure to make some tails wag. This turkey, rice, and vegetable dog food can be fed to the dogs on its own or mixed in with kibble. Lucky Fido!
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karlyn255
Serving's depend on size of dog. I find the dogs just love them, they contain all the goodies they need and are also very handy for traveling.
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ceilmary
From "Foods Pets Die For" by Anne Martin Note: Cooking for your pet is a great way to provide good quality, safe foods. However, you should consult with your vet and do your research to make sure that your dog is meeting his nutritional needs; amounts and types of foods to be fed vary greatly depending on size, weight, age, and any health issues that your dog has.
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Rollin in the Dough!
My dog is picky, PERIOD! Who knew what I was getting myself into when we got the fluff ball! He is horribly picky and gets diarrhea from most canned dog foods. After trying TONS of different types, I finally researched homemade dog foods. This recipe was the first and the last we will ever use. He no longer gets diarrhea and can't wait for dinner time! We have been using it for about 2 years and our vet says he eats better than she does! It makes ALOT so I freeze week portions in freezer bags, it will feed him for 5 1/2 weeks!
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True Texas
Strange name, but delicious dessert. The recipe comes from COOKS.COM website. Note of 03/08: I did not feel it was necesary to say this is NOT a dessert for DOGS, but after reading someones's review I guess it should be noted. It's just a silly name for a delicious PEOPLE dessert.
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peachez
I feed our dogs this mix along with available dry food, they enjoy this a lot. I also will add leftover shredded chicken just for an extra protein boost. Healthier than the dry / canned dog food available. You can also add leftover baby food jars of pure meat to flavour this. Prep time doesn't include cool down, wrapping nor freezing. We have 4 dogs from small to large, serving size depends on the size / breed of your dog.
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EmmyDuckie
We have one dog with skin troubles, and another who's a picky eater. Brewer's yeast is supposed to be very good for the skin and coat, and we figured we'd add some flavor to entice them to eat their dinner. All ingredients have been cleared by our veterinarian. We've also had good results using Missing Link supplement in place of the brewer's yeast. You can use this to top canned, dry, or homemade food. While some may believe that garlic is harmful to dogs, veterinary nutrition experts are finding that this is not true, and that powder forms of onion and garlic do not contain the same compounds that make their fresh counterparts harmful. If in doubt, ask your vet. Please note that Zaar does not recognize Brewer's Yeast as an ingredient, and that nutrition facts are being calculated without the bulkiest ingredient. The nutrition facts are incorrect.
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Susie Nichols
This is a dish I prepare for my dog. I mix a serving of this casserole with a portion ohttp://www.recipezaar.com/members/subm/editr2.php?sid=4703721f his kibble. He loves it!
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