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1/3 1/3 1/3 Daily Dog Food Recipe

by Patricia
(Toronto, Canada)

This recipe can be changed to different variations

The following ingredient amounts are for a one cup daily serving ( small dog )...


1. 1/3 Beef or Fish or Chicken - approx size is 2 inch by 1 inch by 4 inches long strip of fish beef or chicken
(no bones no skin just the meat)

2. 1/3 veggie: can be broccoli, yams, peas, green beans, cabbage, bok choy, rapini - approx a small handful
(veggies can use one or a combo of them)

3. 1/3 pasta rice or organic oatmeal
(oatmeal is healthy and most dogs love it)

4. a small butter patty and a pinch of sea salt

5. a small pinch of garlic clove

6. a touch of tumeric and or a touch of rosemary

Cooking Instructions

Mix a 1/4 cup of water in a small pot
with all the goodies and cook till oatmeal thickens like a nice thick gravy... approx 15 - 20 minutes.

Then cool and serve :)

If desired you can also add a teaspoon of cottage cheese on the side or a teaspoon of yogurt.

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