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Cooking for your dog

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It seems healthier to cook for your dog than feed them store bought food since you know what ingredients you are adding to your dog’s dish. Who here actually cooks for their furry bundle of joy?

 

If so, what are the main meals you serve and where did you acquire the skills or desire to want to do so?

 

post #2 of 5
I do ground beef, long grain white rice, and frozen broccoli or squash. There are additives that you can buy to mix into it, like probiotics. A commercial rice cooker is a good idea.

Had to make food for the boss's dog, his dog was in great health for its age.
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I have made food for my dog long ago , nowadays after he died and i rarely see my dogs after they moved to a farm with my other family members i dont cook for my dogs at all. 

 

Back then though ( 4 years ago ) i would cook long grain white rice , with 0 salt and mix in alot of cheese ( my dog loved cheese ) , also loved chicken...

He also loved peanut butter icecream so he would snack on that sometimes too. 

Oh something I learned... when your dog is throwing up gatorade actually helps <_< im serious , when ever our little boy would get sick , throw up and stuff we would give him gatorade , to keep him hydrated.... it worked and we kept that method. Also told other dog lovers about it , but they still dont believe XD. 

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Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.

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post #4 of 5

I don't cook for them usually. But when they don't feel well, I'll cook boil some chicken and rice for them. I do make their treats though. I got a slicer and dehydrator to make beef/chicken jerky for them. Sometimes they'll get some fruits (one of mine is strange and loves citrus) and veg (fresh carrot, or frozen pea/corn) as treats. 

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Cacho, the beloved setter of a friend of mine -Italian- was so used to eat the owner's food that you could not serve him pasta without sauce and parmesan. Believe it or not.

Gebe Gott uns allen, uns Trinkern, einen so leichten und so schönen Tod! Joseph Roth.
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Gebe Gott uns allen, uns Trinkern, einen so leichten und so schönen Tod! Joseph Roth.
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