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Homemade Fresh Real Quality Dog Food!

Many of my clients have asked about my homemade food, it took me many years and ultimately, a big leap of faith to stop feeding kibble and start feeding my dogs REAL, QUALITY food. Here are the basics, feel free to ask questions!

This batch of homemade dog food has 1 carrot, 1 zucchini, 1 yellow squash, a handful of green beans, a bunch of spinach and 6 hard boiled eggs, with shells. All put through the Cuisinart.

Mix together 1 heaping teaspoon of brown rice, 1 heaping tablespoon of the shredded veggie/egg mixture and ground beef & ground chicken or ground turkey.

Form into large meatballs, approximately 12 oz. each and press between pieces of patty paper.

End result, 26 patties! I freeze them and use as needed. Tina eats about 2 a day, Louis eats a tiny amount of Tina's. I supplement with chicken liver, chicken hearts, beef hearts.

I also supplement with Canine Whole Body Support. Like a multi-vitamin for dogs.

Tina, over 5 years old, look at her shiny coat!

Louis, 3 and a half, look at his thick, plush coat!

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