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    Default Re: Hamburger A La Tidus-- Home Cooked Dog Food Recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Kimo boyz mama View Post
    Wondering if the rice or pasta is uncooked when you throw it in? Do you think adding coconut oil instead of butter would work? Kimo is suffering with allergies, most likely to Blue Buffalo grain free treats I have been giving him...his eyes are goopy, ears beet red, and itchy and loss of hair...OMG...my poor guy. And his little brother Ollie, a year younger, is suffering from chin acne...so I stopped it this week...thinking maybe potatoes are the culprit...feeding FROMM pork and peas right now...and leary of if it is something in there too...Ollie is on Fromm puppy and had no reactions until, I believe the treats...ugh.
    Actually I don't even use butter anymore, I'm a coconut oil gal now too!


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    Default Re: Hamburger A La Tidus-- Home Cooked Dog Food Recipe

    @bullmama Id like to try this but Im just curious..If I feed grain free doesn't the rice and pasta defeat the purpose of that?..Ive always fed grain free (not because he's shown any allergies but just because I always thought it was better to do so for a bulldog)...even the bland diet is boiled hamburger and rice correct?..

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    Default Re: Hamburger A La Tidus-- Home Cooked Dog Food Recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Chumley View Post
    @bullmama Id like to try this but Im just curious..If I feed grain free doesn't the rice and pasta defeat the purpose of that?..Ive always fed grain free (not because he's shown any allergies but just because I always thought it was better to do so for a bulldog)...even the bland diet is boiled hamburger and rice correct?..
    Yes many times I used no rice or pasta, ive even used cous cous, mixed berries, sweet potatoes, apples, spinach, canned pumpkin, eggs, ect. You can alter it depending on what you have. But I always have the hamburger, beans and veggies.

    Eggs work really well because I makes it like a scramble. If you use eggs I recommend doing that last --- with each serving, rather than adding it to the whole batch. Refrigerate the batch with no eggs. Then when you go to heat up a portion you can heat it up in the fry pan and add some eggs to scramble it all up. I'm just thinking eggs would not stay too fresh mixed in for 3 days being stored so that's why I don't add them directly in the batch.


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    Default Re: Hamburger A La Tidus-- Home Cooked Dog Food Recipe

    I was wondering if anyone has tried this on a younger puppy yet? How much did you end up giving? We are looking at getting a younger puppy and I'm very interested in going with homemade.

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    Default Re: Hamburger A La Tidus-- Home Cooked Dog Food Recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Potter View Post
    I was wondering if anyone has tried this on a younger puppy yet? How much did you end up giving? We are looking at getting a younger puppy and I'm very interested in going with homemade.
    I think you can go for it, but I would feed a vitamin like nuvet in addition. and be prepared to never go back to kibble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aprilemari View Post
    I think you can go for it, but I would feed a vitamin like nuvet in addition. and be prepared to never go back to kibble.

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    I've done raw with the cats and personally didn't like it. I like this and all the comments coming are sounding great. I wont mind never looking kibble a look again.

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