Welcome to Make Your Own Dog Food!
Susan says you can—and should—make your dog's food. Your pooch will love this Chicken Chow. Why? Because it’s homemade!
Feed your dog REAL FOOD made the old-fashioned way—with love—and with old-fashioned wholesome ingredients that you can pronounce.
Don’t take the risk. Just make your own dog food. I read an article online that said the stench from a pet-food processing plant will turn your stomach. And on that rather sad note, I knew it was time to make my own doggie dinners.
My Miniature Pinscher is a bit of a picky eater, but she absolutely LOVES her chicken chow—even on a daily basis!
On a recent nail-trimming visit, our vet said “she glows.” I smiled inwardly, knowing it's because of her diet. Our dog is lean, (but not mean), has a lovely shiny coat, and bright eyes.
Our Chicken Chow has the protein of real chicken (or beef) with added millet and quinoa. The recipe book has both the chicken version: Chicken Chow and the beef version: Bow Wow Beefy Chow.
In Make Your Own Dog Food, we add fresh veggies such as carrots, celery, and sweet potatoes! And for added deliciousness: wide egg noodles.
Make sure the chicken stock you use is “onion-free” as onion is poisonous to dogs.
The book tells you which is the best stock to buy to ensure your dog's safety (i.e. no onions!)
We show you the four simple vitamins we add to the mix to ensure your dog’s good health. Just be careful stirring up the mix—I accidentally created a huge vitamin-cloud the first time out!
When you’ve made your batch of Chicken Chow, put spoonfuls of the mixture on your dehydrator trays. (Full information on dehydrating food safely is in Easy Food Dehydrating and Safe Food Storage). They make excellent chicken nuggets. This food is so good that even YOU can eat it!
UPDATE: Per a reader’s request, here’s our PAPERBACK version—on the left, and the eBook on the right—both versions of how to Make Your Own Dog Food are available right now!
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