People who know me, know I cook everything my Dogs eat. The next question is always what do you make them? That is why I decided to add this page. The pictures tell the rest.
At age 6 LuLu came up with Pancreatic cancer. After her surgery she started losing her hair: Phase one, So i did some research and linked it to her food. "Science diet". First ingredient starch. Really! So I started making her food and of course Pablo to. Two months after making her food, here are the results.Picture one 6 month after surgery. One year later she started losing again but worse, picture 2. More Research lead me to add Human grade Salmon fish oil.
This is there full diet, I cook every four days:
10lbs of chicken tenders boiled
1 lb organic green beans steamed
10oz precooked organic brown rice
1 cup organic low sodium chicken broth
2 Lg raw organic grated carrots
2-3 raw pieces grated turmeric root
seaweed calcium for dogs and cats
Rx vitamins for dogs
CosaminDS (joint fuel)
Omega Factor Wild Alaskan Salmon oil
While chicken is boiling, I steam the green beans. I have 6 Pyrex Tupperware containers ready where I grate the carrots and turmeric. evenly split the amount into 4. Drain and cut up green beans some (for better absorption). I then add the rice to green beans with chicken broth. no need to cook any further as rice is precooked. Mix well and add evenly to grated carrots and turmeric. I then add calcium, vitamins, and joint fuel as directed per container, mixed well together. I then cut, chop, process the chicken, which ever you prefer, and add it to the mix. Then twice a day I add I salmon fish oil gel cap. Pierced open and squeezed on top. They are feed 1cup 3 times a day. Their weight 65-75 lbs. Adjust according to your dogs weight.
Just know that you can eat their food as well. My favorite is putting it over a boiled sweet potato! I then cut and dehydrate London broil for snack. Nothing added, its their favorite.
I also make Pumpkin biscuits:
2 can organic pumpkin puree
2 cups organic brown rice flour
2 organic free-range egg, only one yolk, but use the shell and all, it has good protein and calcium. Mix well, lay on cookie sheet, flatten with fork about 1/8 inch thick. Cook at 325/350. Check after 45 minutes, as I found not every oven cooks the same. They should start to crisp around edges. For extra crispy leave in turned off oven 3-4 hours. this makes up to 50 cookies good for up to two weeks in airtight container!
THAT IS MY DOGS DESERVE BETTER!
I am a Graduate of Catch Canine Academy. "Master dog trainer" I do continue to do education seminars as much as I can. I specialize in “leash reactive dogs” and Socializing puppies and rescue dogs, as well as Basic and advanced training and Behavior modification!