Day 1 - Dog Week Begins!
Day 2 - How to Make Homemade Flea and Tick Collars
Day 3 - Dogs and Heatstroke - What You Need to Know
Day 4 - How to Make Dog Treats and Greenies
Day 5 - The Best DIY Dog Toys
3 1/2 cups of meat or chicken
2 cups of brown rice
1 cup of cooked carrots
1 cup of cooked green beans or English peas
2 tablespoons of cider vinegar
1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce
1 cup of chicken or beef broth (can use vegetable broth)
Take all ingredients except meat and broth, and put in a food processor
Process until blended, it does not need to be smooth, just well mixed and cut up
Chop the meat or chicken to about 1/2 inch squares (it can be cooked or raw, your choice)
Pour the mixture into a bowl from the food processor (scrape well)
Dump in meat and mix with a big spoon
Add broth until it reaches the consistency that your dog prefers and stir until well mixed
Makes approximately 6 pints. Keep this in a tightly covered bowl in your refrigerator, it will last about one week, or place in Ziploc bags in individual sized meal portions and freeze. Simply take one bag out every night before bed and it will be thawed by morning
Dog Food for Upset Tummies
4 cups salt free chicken broth
2 cups of rice
1/2 cup of chopped cooked boneless chicken
1/2 salt free green beans
Place the broth, chicken and green beans in a blender and blend until smooth.
Make rice in the normal manner
Mix the two together and gently stir until thoroughly mixed
Serve at room temperature and refrigerate what is left.
I have had a lot of pet food bowls over the years, but I have found that stainless steel bowls are the best. They are much easier to keep clean and you can put them in the dishwasher. They are the only type of bowls that I buy now.
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Stay tuned tomorrow for a post on How to make your own flea and tick collars, with essential oils!
Have a great dog week!