True Lamb and Brown Rice
Courtesy of Just Food for Dogs
16 oz Lamb, ground, raw
1 1/3 oz Lamb Liver, raw
9 oz Brown rice, long grain, dry weight
4 oz Cauliflower, finely chopped
4 oz Carrots, finely chopped
1 oz Spinach, finely chopped
1/2 oz Blueberries
1 tbsp Safflower Oil
900 mg Salt
Human non-allergenic multiple vitamin-mineral
Calcium supplement (Calcium carbonate containing
40% calcium and less than 1% phosphorus)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Percentage of human daily dosage of
multiple vitamin-mineral & calcium supplement to be used
15lb dog = 10%
30lb dog = 20%
45lb dog = 30%
60lb dog = 40%
75lb dog = 50%
90lb dog = 60%
105lb dog = 70%
Cooking Tips on How to Make Homemade Food For Dogs
When cooking ground lamb for dogs, the skillet method is preferred. Using a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat,
cook meat, stirring and breaking it up with a spoon or
spatula until it is cooked through (do not overcook).
Let it cool until it is just warm to the touch.
To cook brown rice for dogs, cook according the package directions. Let cool to the touch.
The right vegetables and fruits for dogs are a very healthy addition to your dog diet, provided they are prepared,
packaged and stored properly. They must be cooked so
your dog can digest them properly. When preparing
vegetables for dogs they should always be finely chopped
and steamed. This allows vegetables to retain their nutrients while being suitable for dog digestion.
Fresh produce is always good for dogs. If possible, always use fresh when making homemade food for dogs but if one or two items are unavailable and you must use a frozen alternative, make sure there is no added salt or other seasoning or flavoring.