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Home Feeding a Dog: How to Give Manís Best Friend Manís Best Foods

  • 1 cup of boiled oat flour
  • 1 large boiled and mashed potato
  • ¼ cup of wheat germs
  • ½ cup of fresh grated carrot
  • ½ cup of cut green vegetables
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons of cut garlic
  • Keep the mixture in closed bowl in the fridge or divide into equal

    portions.

    Add one of the following ingredients during feeding:

    • A spoonful of cottage cheese (according to the dog’s size)
    • A spoonful of yogurt (according to the dog’s size)
    • A pinch of dry milk
    • A pinch of yeast
    • A pill of mineral-vitamin addition
    • Herbal supplements (according the dog’s needs)

    A diet for dogs suffering from food allergies

    Before beginning this diet you should find out which products cause

    allergies. Ask your veterinarian to do food allergy tests or try to exclude

    those food products that may cause an allergic reaction. Depending on

    the results of the experiment you may try this diet. If there is a chicken

    allergy give your dog cut lamb meat instead of chicken; if it is an allergy

    to eggs exclude them from the ration and give more milk products to your

    dog.

    Using the basic recipe change the number of ingredients according

    to the size, appetite and needs of your dog. Change allergic product.

    Mix in a large bowl:

    • 450g of cut meat (chicken, turkey, lamb) having fried it and having

      the rendered fat

    • 2 large hard-boiled eggs, cut together with shell
    • 3 cups of boiled brown rice
    • 1 cup of boiled oat flour
    • ½ cup of fresh grated carrot
    • ½ cup of cut green vegetables (broccoli, spinach, green haricot)
    • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
    • 1 tablespoon of cut garlic

    Keep the mixture in a closed bowl in the fridge or divide into equal

    portions.

    Add one of the following ingredients during feeding:

    • Yogurt (a teaspoon for smaller dogs, a tablespoon for mid-sized dogs)
    • One mineral-vitamin supplement pill
    • Herbal supplement (depending on your dog’s needs)

    Another hypo allergic diet

    This is for dogs that are allergic to meat of cereal products.

    Mix in a large bowl:

    • 5 large boiled and cut potatoes
    • 3 hard-boiled and cut together with shell eggs
    • ½ cup of fresh cut green vegetables
    • 1 cup of cut beans (common, black, Carolina)
    • ½ cup of fresh grated carrot
    • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
    • 1 tablespoon of cut garlic

    Keep the mixture in a closed bowl in the fridge or divide into equal

    portions.

    Add one of the following ingredients during feeding:

    • Yogurt (a teaspoon for smaller dogs, a tablespoon for mid-sized dogs)
    • A mineral-vitamin supplement pill
    • Herbal supplement (depending on your dog’s needs)

    A vegetarian diet

    Some dog owners that are vegetarians try to keep their dogs on a vegetarian

    diet. Some dogs are allergic to meat. No matter what the reasons for beginning

    a vegetarian diet, remember that dogs are carnivorous animals that eat

    mostly meat. Vegetarian food is not natural for them and can cause deficiency

    of certain nutrients. The following diet contains no meat, but it cannot

    be called purely vegetarian, because it contains eggs and milk products

    – vitally important nutritious sources. Before giving your dog food

    according to this diet consult your veterinarian and then watch your dog

    well.

    Mix in a large bowl:

    • 3 cups of boiled brown rice
    • 2 cups of boiled oat flour
    • 1 cup of boiled shabby barley
    • 2 cut hard-boiled eggs
    • ½ cup of fresh grated carrot
    • ½ cup of fresh cut green vegetables
    • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
    • 1 tablespoon of cut garlic

    Keep the mixture in a closed bowl in the fridge or divide into equal

    portions.

    Add one of the following ingredients during feeding:

    • Yogurt (a teaspoon for smaller dogs, a tablespoon for mid-sized dogs)
    • Molasses (a tablespoon for smaller dogs, two tablespoons for mid-sized

      dogs)

    • A pinch of dry milk
    • A mineral-vitamin supplement pill




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