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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-31-2013, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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I need a couple balanced recipes

I would like to start a homemade diet for my female gsd... She is a a family dog and not used for show or work. I would like a chicken and beef recipe... I would love to make one batch once a week.


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I had Sabine at betterdogcare.com formulate my recipe. Saved my dog's life. She's that good.
I make two weeks worth at a time and freeze.

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If your dog doesn't have any special needs, Monica Segal offers booklets with balanced recipes. Cooked Diet Recipes

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I would like to start a homemade diet for my female gsd... She is a a family dog and not used for show or work. I would like a chicken and beef recipe... I would love to make one batch once a week.
Can you suggest any good homemade diet for my puppy?
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I do simple stuff like a raw chicken quarter, then a meal of a supplement, yogurt, and pumpkin. Maybe an egg or some chicken/beef liver. Today she had a peice of round bone too. To actually cook for the dog isnt necessary.
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I Suggest the Dog food dude, Or the Feed or best friend better book. Lot's of different Recipe's i use a lot of them for my Pomeranian and GSD.
: The Dog Food Dude :
Sold on amazon also.
But i have to be careful on what i feed my Pomeranian as he is Gluten free/lactose intolerant and a very picky eater. Hope this give's you guy's some good info!.

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