|09-11-2013 01:02 AM|
I like to alternate between pumpkin, raw egg, Honest Kitchen dehydrated food, and yogurt. I always add coconut oil and some kind of fresh meat or grain free canned food.
Super soft, shiny GSD coat is the result.
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|09-09-2013 09:43 AM|
|DobberDog||Barkworthies Bully Stick Flakes. OMG. they love these.|
|09-09-2013 12:08 AM|
But of course you can scramble if it is just for flavoring.
|09-09-2013 12:05 AM|
Raw eggs! I drop them on the patio and they go Nuts! And shredded cheese. It's not good for dogs, but mine run like crazy and need the calories...but they Love the chicken eggs
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|09-09-2013 12:02 AM|
|Crocky||Thanks, can you scramble the egg or even boil it, the reason I ask I should mentioned the yolk needs to be intact so if I lightly scramble that would of course scramble the yolk as well.|
|09-08-2013 11:56 PM|
If you are feeding a commercial kibble you may want to be careful about the eggshell b/c the kibble will already have calcium added. Too much calcium can be harmful to large breed puppies.
You can feed raw or eggs that are lightly cooked (if you wish) but keep the yolk intact and uncooked to protect the fragile fatty acids from exposure to air and heat. Over easy would be best. Some dogs don’t digest raw eggs well but do fine with them cooked. If you are concerned that raw egg whites may interfere with biotin absorption, cook eggs slightly so that the whites are cooked.
The pumpkin HAS to be plain without any spices.
Plain yogurt, no sweeteners.
|09-08-2013 11:24 PM|
Great options!, thanks!
Whenever I look for pumpkin I always see pumpkin pie filler in the can and not plain ole pumpkin. Is there a difference? To be honest I have not looked at the back of the can but I assume by filler it has sugar etc in it so that would be a no go.
Greek yogurt is a great idea too. Those that use that is it just plain yogurt? Never bought any but plan to.
I am going to definitely do egg as well but I will likely boil it or scramble it lightly. Love the egg shell idea as well, I don't have a coffee grinder but I do have a food processor that I think will do the job
I still can't get use to the thought of putting raw food in with the kibble even though I know it is good for them. Going to try and step outside my comfort zone.
Keep em' coming
|09-08-2013 10:26 PM|
it's a variety but it's easy to provide. lol.
|09-08-2013 10:08 PM|
|kjdreyer||I hope Jedda's not reading this when I'm at work, she's gonna want to go live with you guys, Doggiedad!|
|09-08-2013 10:01 PM|
> can food.
> organic yogurt
> fresh meat, chicken, fish.
> human grade salmon.
> olive oil.
> pressure cook a whole chicken. moosh the
bones with my fingers. add a little water.
makes 3 to 4 quarts.
> whole egg. crack egg. place shell in the oven.
when done place the shell in the coffee grinder.
serve egg and ground shell.
> fresh fruit (pear, apple, blueberry).
> 4oz raw ground beef pattie.
> ground lamb.
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