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Dog Food Recipes

5 Homemade Dog Food Recipes - Raw or Cooked

Recipe 1:
2lbs. (900g) lean ground beef
1 1/2 cups water
1 cup canned pumpkin
1/2 cup Better in the Raw for Dogs or U-Stew for Dogs powder.

Homemade Dog Food Recipe - Raw or cooked

Recipe 2:
2lbs. (900g) ground or chopped turkey
1 1/2 cups water
1 cup frozen or fresh green beans
1/2 cup Better in the Raw or U-Stew powder.

Homemade Dog Food Recipe - Raw or cooked

Recipe 3:
2lbs. (900g) lean ground beef or chicken
1 1/2 cups water
1 cup diced, steamed carrots or sweet potato
1/2 cup Better in the Raw or U-Stew powder.

Recipe 4:
2lbs. (900g) venison, buffalo or lean pork
1 1/2 cups water
1 cup steamed squash or broccoli
1/2 cup Better in the Raw or U-Stew powder.

Homemade Dog Food Recipe - Raw or cooked

Recipe 5:
Double Batch
4lbs. (1.8kg) ground or chopped meat of your choice
3 cups water
1 cup fresh or frozen peas
1 cup canned pumpkin
1 cup Better in the Raw or U-Stew powder.

Directions

Raw Preparation:
Combine water and Better in the Raw in a bowl, whisk together. Add meat and vegetables and mix thoroughly. Portion into daily servings using ziplock bags or re-usable containers. One or two servings should keep fresh in the fridge. Freeze the remainder, and thaw before feeding.

Cooked Preparation:
Combine the meat and water together in a pot. Cook for 5-7 minutes on medium heat, until the meat is just browned. Add the vegetables and let cool to room temperature. Then add the U-Stew powder. Portion into daily servings and freeze for storage. Thaw before feeding.

Happy Mixing!

How much do I feed my dog?

Every dog has an optimum body weight at which it is healthiest and performs best. To determine how much food your dog requires daily, it is important to know that weight. Consult literature on breed standards or your Veterinarian for help. If your dog is overweight base your feeding on the optimum weight. 

The following formula will assist you in calculating approximately how much of this food to feed your dog daily.

Your dog's weight in lbs: X (0.4) = daily amount of food in oz.
or
Your dog's weight in kg: X (25) = daily amount of food in grams

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