Home cooked healthy dog food
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Have plenty of leftovers after cooking for my dogs!
So Ive started doing large weekly batch's of home cooked dog food, as im finding my puppy is pooping WAYY too much on kibbles, as well as itchy dry skin. Sooo I am thinking about going back too home cooked dog food bone free salmon/chicken and diff meat blends and veggie combos. If anyone has any interest Id be willing too sell fresh local dog food too those interested in coming too pick some up fresh ready made on the day of pick up "never frozen or canned"....Also I have a current food handlers certification and the foods will be human grade and safety 'Including Temp loged". Food will not be frozen, and can be cooked too your standard and quantity. I feed about 1 1/2 cup daily too my miniature wiener. I also cook with fresh only ingredients, my day job actually consists of working in a produce department. So I ALWAYS have access too the freshest ingredients. I also am very aware of the toxicity's of some veg too dogs, so that may never be a concern..... And or, I can special prepare too your specific requests! Anywho bare with me send me a message if you have any questions I use too cook for my dogs quiet frequently, but stopped thinking I could find a good kibble out there. But Ive just not been happy with any of them, due too bad, breath, obistiys, recalls, skin irritations... Soo I figure I love my dog too much too take short cuts, may as well get back into it! I use anything from : Chicken, Pork, Fish, Beef, Lamb, Turkey, A little bit of Well cooked and scrambled eggVeggies all cooked or steamed or roasted "always oil free" Peas, Carrots, Greenbeans, Cabbage, Rice, sweet potato-yam, Collard greens, spininach, Squash, parsley, zuccini, celery, bell peppersFruits: Crispy raw apple chunks, pears for fiber and some crunch
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