Easy recipe for cooking a HEALTHY chicken, lamb, and veggie stew for your beloved dogs. We’ve been doing this for YEARS and it really makes a difference. Try…
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Thanks you! Do you vive them vitamins with that???? God bless you too:)
have u had any problems with this kind of diet. My dog will not eat any dog
food so i have to resort to human grade food
When you cook the food you cook all the good stuff out, leave it raw they
will like it even more
can i used extra lean beef in stead of lamb i used beef i hope they like
it so far not so great i hope they will get used to it
loved the video, thank you, do you cook all that in one pot? looks like a
pound of everything… thanks!
Wow people love to just dump negativity on people, without knowing what
they’re talking about. This is great and I’m continuing to view your videos
as I’ve recently began a raw diet with my pup. Keep them coming!
I’m sorry, but you’re feeding vegetables and olive oil to a carnivore…?
I really like this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing it. I did notice
that you didn’t add any coconut oil, though.
Dogs for example would not eat veggies when meat is running around. Not
many dogs in their natural environment would seek out carrots to eat or run
wild in a corn field devouring as much corn as possible. Uggh
Thumbs up. This is almost exactly, to the letter, what my vet (who is the
best) told me would be the best recipe for my dogs. He did say was OK to
include some WHOLE grain in small amounts. I’m talking Quinoa etc. – NOT
white rice. or any other low-quality carb. He cautioned greatly against RAW
meat in dog food – for the same reason it’s not safe for 2-legged dogs.
my cat got diabetes all he ate was dry food these big corporate food
companies are killing our pets for profit
A nice treat, but for optimal canine nutrition raw meat w steamed green
tripe (B.A.R.F. diet) or (Prey diet w / fish or oil) is ideal. Cooking the
meat takes out enzymes that are important for a dogs gut and the bones
annihilate the tartar on the teeth as they chew eliminating bad breath and
any need for dental work. DO NOT FEED COOKED BONES. Those can splinter and
hurt your dog. Cooking the veggies zaps nutrients. Steamed is preferable.
i have 10 dogs and 8 cats
OMG thanx for this vid my poodle lived her meal
I’m not saying they are bad, I use frozen sometimes myself, but I try to go
with fresh and local whenever possible. And yes I believe blanching is
required for all frozen vegetables, even if you were to freeze them at home
yourself you would have to blanch them as you can’t just throw any veggies
in the freezer.
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