Did you know there's a healthier and less expensive way to feed your dogs?
That's right, if you're looking to improve these things about your dog, you'll want to give this recipe a try...
- Better over all nutrition
- Shiny Coat
- Less hyperactivity
- Less Doo Doo
- More satisfaction throughout the day
- Better health for life
After a lot of research, I've come up with this dog food formula that's not only 100% natural, but it's fresh, it's convenient (because I use a lot from my food storage already), and best of all, my 60 lb. Pit Bull, Dahlia just LOVES it! I feed her 3 cups a day, and have seen a huge change in her night time hyperactivity (no more!)and how often she poops (excuse the word!). I walk her 3 miles a day, and she seems completely satisfied.
This is also great for smaller dogs, giving them the fresh and wholesome nutrition they need to thrive.
You can make up a 2-week batch, and freeze each meal in a freezer container. It's so easy and so convenient, and only takes about 30 minutes to whip up.
(Another secret: give your dog(s) a loving coconut oil massage 3 times a week, and watch them go goo goo! My Dahlia loves them!)
Here's my recipe...Makes enough for 10 days of meals.
Dahlia's All Natural Dog Food
2 cups brown rice
2 cups barley
6 cups rolled oats
2 cups millet
1/4 cup coconut oil
2 small sweet potatoes, chunked
1 cup dehydrated or cooked carrots, diced
1 cup dehydrated or cooked spinach, chopped
1/4 cup sea kelp
1/3 cup raw beef liver, chunked
In a pressure cooker, cook the 2 cups brown rice and 2 cups barley on high for 24 minutes with 8 cups water.
In a large pot, cook the 6 cups rolled oats and 2 cups millet with enough water to cover for 12 minutes or until millet is cooked through. Add 1/4 cup coconut oil to the hot oatmeal mixture.
Meanwhile, combine the sea kelp, cooked or dehydrated spinach and carrots in a large mixing bowl. (You can divide the food into 2 large bowls, for easier stirring.) Once the rice and barley mixture is done, add it to the mixing bowl.
Add the rolled oat mixture and mix well. Don't strain the extra water from the pot. Cut the sweet potato into 1/2 inch cubes, and pressure cook on high for 5 minutes or until tender. Add those in as well. If you need more liquid, use the water from the sweet potatoes.
Mix all ingredients well, and allow to cool slightly before filling your storage containers. I use about 1 1/4 cups per portion.
About the raw beef liver...I purchase an entire beef liver from my butcher once a month. It only costs $10, and it's huge! Ask them to cube it for you. I then fill 30 snack sized bags with the cubed beef liver and use 1 bag each day to add to the cooked mixture.
For breakfast, I also add a raw egg to the food for extra protein.
Sounds like a lot of steps, but once you've done it once, it goes much faster the second and third time around.
I'd love your feedback!