All Natural Free Dog Food Recipe for Worried Owners Who Love Their Pets

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All Natural Free Dog Food Recipe for Worried Owners Who Love Their Pets

by Nikki LeRoi



Due to their concern over the dog food product recall, many worried dog owners are looking for healthy alternatives to feed their pet. This is a wise move, since this whole sorry episode has exposed the hidden dangers lurking inside that hard kibble and canned meat.

Is it possible to make your own dog food recipe from scratch?

Yes, it is. There are several excellent resources that will show you how to make a natural dog food recipe in your home kitchen that is more safe and nutritious than anything you can buy in a store. However, there are many veterinarians who believe that homemade dog food will not meet your dog?s health needs.

The fact is, many people are already making their own natural dog food because they no longer trust the store brands, or even brands recommended by their vets. These owners report that their pets are healthier and more vibrant after only a short time of being on the natural diet. Of course, you?ll have to do some research and find out for yourself if this is the right decision for your pet.

Example of delicious recipes you can make for your pet at home:

Akita Apple Crunch Pupcakes
Bassett Hound Veggie Bones
Beagle Peanut Brittle
Chihuahua Cheesie Bites
Collie Carob Loaf Cake
Labrador Liver Lovers Brownies
Maltese Muffins
Poodle Party Mix
Weimaraner Crunchy Wheat Treats

If you?d like to try out a nature dog food recipe first to see if your dog will enjoy it, here?s a free recipe for homemade dog food biscuits:

Rufftastic Doggie Biscuits

2 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup cornmeal
1/3 cup vegetable oil
1 egg
1 cup beef or chicken bouillon or broth
Optional ingredients: cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese, peanut butter, garlic juice or powder, cinnamon, fresh parsley

Directions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Grease a cookie sheet.

In a large bowl, mix together the wheat flour and cornmeal. Stir in the oil, egg and flavored bouillon. Mix until dough forms into a soft ball that is not too sticky. Add additional flour as needed.

Take teaspoons of dough and roll into balls. Place dough balls onto the prepared cookie sheet. Flatten the dough slightly with the end of a glass or a fork.

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, until brown and they have a firm texture. Let cool completely before serving to your dog. Store biscuits in an airtight container.

This is just a sample of the delicious, good life dog food recipe treats that are simple to make at home.

As a responsible pet owner, you do have some healthier alternatives to both the tainted food and the by-product laden regular canned and dry foods. If anything good comes out of this bad dog food story, it?s that you will now be more informed as to what ingredients are being put into your pet?s snacks and dinner food. You can feed your dog a healthier diet and he or she will thank you for it every single day with a wet kiss and a wag of the tail.

They?re killing your dog and you don?t even know it! That?s right. If you think the recent tainted pet food scare is bad, wait until you find out what dog food companies are really putting in your innocent pet?s food. Warning: this information is quite shocking and not to be viewed if you have a faint stomach. Find out more details at http://www.1minutesolutions.com



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