Dog Food Recipes

If you’re looking for some natural dog food recipes or homemade dog food, this recipe from the Natural Food Cookbook is a great start. of Chef Tips puts Bandit’s Beef to the test, and this dog food recipe was approved with enthusiasm by his family’s Shih Tzu puppy, Sugar. This recipe can be prepared as an organic dog food with the right ingredients. Just choose canned organic vegetables when preparing this meal. It’s also a human grade dog food, as Chef Jason Hill attests — and not bad, either! Using natural organic dog food ingredients, this special treat makes a great alternative to dry dog food such as Nutro Dog Food, Innova Dog Food, Canidae Dog Food and . It’s a gourmet dog food your pet will enjoy time and time again. Bone Appetit!


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    • OmegaPaw
    • December 4, 2010

    @laurajdahl Yha Never heard of that, tomato’s are fine for dogs, they love pasta…

    • Dragnwidow
    • December 4, 2010

    @627pts it also helps keep fleas down. like garlic, alot of debate on garlic.. but if your dog is demadictic ( heriditary mange) dont use it

    • bluemcginnis
    • December 4, 2010

    @laurajdahl Tomatoes are toxic to cats but not dogs.

    • bigbest1118
    • December 4, 2010

    Is turkey bad for dogs?

    • ihmesekoilua
    • December 4, 2010

    damn, your dog eats better than I do.

    • billwalts900
    • December 4, 2010

    how long dose it keep?

    • ChefTips
    • December 4, 2010

    @billwalts900 About 4-5 days in the refrigerator.

    • MrPurplemonsta
    • December 4, 2010

    the cheeses r too expensive for me, could u replace them with anything cheaper?

    • ChefTips
    • December 3, 2010

    @MrPurplemonsta Just leave them out and it will still be OK. Enjoy!

    • n3cro2012
    • December 3, 2010

    @laurajdahl Tomatoes that are used in industry to make ketchup, soups and such are usually heavily sprayed with herbicides and insecticides. The tomato byproducts (waste) is used in products such as dog food. This is where the concern is. This does not mean that tomatoes are indeed toxic. If you use fresh well washed tomatoes or soup then it is fine.

    • RTWUROTTS
    • December 3, 2010

    @boili101 Boil Cows heart , slice it up and add rice ,or plain dog biscuit , The heart is pretty rich and will make your dog gain weight , this of course will be complimented by lots of exercise .

    • xebec1958
    • December 3, 2010

    wow, everyone can eat all together, humans ans pets!

    • choco33333333
    • December 3, 2010

    i really think the cheese should be left out.

    • amnab828
    • December 3, 2010

    @ChefTips And, can’t spell, for that matter!!

    • marlenehrr
    • December 3, 2010

    Cool! I’m so going to make my dog some BarkFast =)

    • ChefTips
    • December 3, 2010

    @choco33333333 Then leave it out. 🙂

    • TechnoNeko1
    • December 3, 2010

    um how much of each ingredients for a bigger dog thats about 40-55 pounds

    • ChefTips
    • December 3, 2010

    @TechnoNeko1 You could feed them about half of the casserole.

    • Caninefan999
    • December 3, 2010

    could you give me the recipe please?

    • esmedoodles
    • December 3, 2010

    Way too much sodium in those canned veggies and tomato soup. Try frozen. Corn is not bad. It’s a carb filler, no better or worse than rice, wheat, oat or soy. However, whole kernel sweet corn will probably pass through undigested.

    Variety is the key.

    • ringmastaleviathan
    • December 3, 2010

    Wow the comments on this are way more entertaining than the video. Its a recipe. If theres a part you dont like then change it like you would with any other recipe. At one point or another both of my dogs have eaten everything in this recipe and many other things that they randomly seem to get their paws on. I am definately going to try something very similar to this recipe this weekend. Thanks for the video!

    • poofyhamsters
    • December 3, 2010

    SHIH TZUUUUUU <3

    • naomikagoshima
    • December 3, 2010

    我が家の夕食より手間がかかってるやん^^

    • mar4458
    • December 3, 2010

    can u send me dog food recipes?thanks..

    • mar4458
    • December 3, 2010

    i want more dog food recipes..

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