1 vetri science multi vitamin.mineral or RX vitamin/minerals
1tsp of olive oil or salmon oil or 1/2 sardine [packed in water]
150 mg calcium citrate (I crush it )
a small piece of chicken liver,or heart, once a day or other organ meat.
The same as above, except I leave out the vitamin pill and oil and organ meat.
Other half of the crushed calcium pill.
I cook the beef (Leaving it somewhat pink medium rare to rare) and freeze it in containers, , steam the veggies or buy frozen veggies which have already been blanched so no need to steam , and I usually throw in half an apple or a chunk of banana,a cup of blueberries and put that through the blender. I package it separately from the meat and freeze them also. Add the yam(orange kind) and oil/sardine at feeding time.
Try changing the protein every so often(slowly) just so they don't build up an intolerance as some dogs do. Also with the sardines and organ meats introduce slowly. I would also start slow in things like organ meat to much is a recipe for the Hersey squirts, same with the sardines. I don’t give my dogs liver as it’s to rich for them but beef hearts or chicken hearts and gizzards are ok in small quantities.
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If we all think about it why would a dog not do well on real food! How does everyone think dogs survived, and had longer lives , before the big pet food industry came into being. They have worked hard to tell people that real food is harmful for your dog! Really...where I stand If I know what goes into my dogs daily food how can they not be doing great! Calcium and a veterinary approved daily supplement will insure they get the correct vitamins and minerals.