Kibble From Your Own Home

by Jolie Mitchel

With all of the uncertainty about today, many have started making their own . is actually quite easy to make. In fact, who make their 's food usually discover that the process saves them money, while also ensuring their dog is fed a healthy and safe .

They key to a healthy dog is to have approximately 70% , 25% meat, and 5% vegetables and other additions. A combination of meats and vegetables is necessary for these omnivores. Certain additions such as certain flours, bonemeal, and garlic can help the dog's health and diet even more so.

The in holistic can come from various sources. Whole wheat flour, cornmeal, oats, soy flour and are all good choices for your dog's diet. White rice and brown rice are also popular with many dog owners. These carbohydrates should be the base of the dog's diet.

The meat in the diet is the next important part of the . By choosing quality proteins such as lean chicken, fish, beef, or egg whites you ensure the dog has a healthy diet. Grinding the meat can also make the production of the dog food easier.

There are many nutrients that a dog also needs and can be added in the form of vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, celery, corn, and spinach. If the wants to use organic produce, those options must first be checked for availability. Grinding the vegetables helps with digestion and by adding small amounts of garlic you also can keep the fleas away. To aid in the addition of calcium, bonemeal and dehydrated milk can be added.

To make the dog food, just combine all the ingredients with a little bi t of water and cook until the protein is done throughout. One recipe includes one cup cornmeal, one-fourth a cup of chicken and one tablespoon of carrots both ground up, and a small amount of bonemeal sprinkled in. Add a half a cup of water and cook and simmer until the chicken is done. Most food can be refrigerated for up to two days.

Certain foods must be avoided when making dog food such as chocolate or caffeine bearing products since it is known to cause seizures in . Grapes, raisins, avocados, and onions should not be included in the food either. Avoid spices since some can be sensitive to them as well.

The best way to watch and monitor your dog's diet is to make your own food. Ensuring a balanced nutritious diet can impact a dog's lifespan, weight, and energy level. A veterinarian should be consulted when making your own dog food. Not only will this make your dog healthier for years ahead but also will be less of a burden financially.

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