This is a very simple to make food for your pup for those of you who want to try DIY dog food. This recipe is nutritionally well balanced with all the macros and vitamins accounted for.
It also happens to be so delicious that your dog will inhale it!
- 14oz of lean ground beef
- 2 TSP of hemp seed oil
- 1/2 TSP of cod’s liver oil
- 2oz of sardines
- 1/2 TSP of ground ginger
- 1/2 TSP of kelp powder
- 1 large egg
In food processor separately:
- 1/2 egg shell
- 1oz beef liver
- 1oz broccoli
- 1oz red bell pepper
- 1oz spinach
This homemade dog food is super simple to whip up. It just involves gathering up the ingredients and some mixing.
1. Mix the First Seven Ingredients
Gather up the first seven ingredients and mix them together in a mixing bowl – or even your dog’s bowl.
It doesn’t matter which order you mix them, you just want them to be well combined. Your hands are the best tools for this, but you can use any kitchen utensil if you’re not into touching raw meat.
2. Get the Last Five Ingredients in a Food Processor
If you don’t have a food processor, you can always pulse them in a blender – just be sure not to blend them too much or you will make juice.
You could also chop them all together by hand with a knife and cutting board.
However you combine these veggies, make sure there are some nice sized chunks still that will make the food more enjoyable for your dog.
3. Fold the Two Mixtures Together
Using your hands again or a spatula, fold your processed veggie mix into the mixing bowl full of the meat mix from earlier.
Make sure everything is well combined so that your dog can get a little of everything in every bite.
4. Serve Right Away or Portion and Freeze for Later
This is a raw food recipe, so it can be served fresh immediately for your dog to enjoy or you can freeze the leftovers in meal sized portions so that you have doggy dinner ready for the entire week!
This recipe came from Youtube (Rodney Habib).
I hope you found this recipe for a homemade balanced dog food helpful. Let me know if your dog can’t wait to devour it like mine does and please share with your friends and family on social media – it helps me keep the lights on here at PrymalCanine.com!