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    My bulldog is 1 year old. He's been on Purina Pro Plan dog food till now. I'd like to switch him to home made food (but not raw).
    Any suggestions for home made recipes? Thanks

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    Default Re: Feeding

    There are many great recipes on the Internet, and you can also check out the recipes on EBN on the Nutrition Forum.
    Some people who may be able to help you out are Blueberry'smom and Marine91. I will tag them for you.

    I have done a little bit of home cooking and one recipe I used was 5 lbs of lean Ground Beef, 1 pkg of frozen California vegetables, 2 cans of green beans, 1 can of Kidney Beans, 2 cups of cooked rice, and 1 cup of Beef Broth. Sauté the ground beef with no salt or pepper, until brown, add the veggies, the beans, the rice and the Beef broth. Divide into 1 cup servings. Feed 1 cup twice a day.
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    Default Re: Feeding

    First off to the site. There are a lot of different recipes out there that you can use like the one @Vikinggirl uses. You will just have to make sure you are using a protein that your pup can tolerate. We currently use a modified home cook approach for our Harlea at this time as we are trying to identify animal protein allergies she has. We are using the Preference Base mix from The Honest Kitchen that doesn't contain any animal proteins so we can control what she gets and have had wonderful results so far.

    Either way you look at it there are some wonderful ideas out there for both vegetarian and animal protein based home cooked meals, as well as products that still provide the home cooked feeling in less time.
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    Monica and Todd gave you great info.... best of luck in your search for anew and better food for your baby
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