Turkey dog food

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    30 min

    A great recipe for dog food. It's simple to make and the dogs will yum it down. Turkey mince is simmered with brown rice, rosemary and vegetables.


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    Ingredients
    Makes: 2 .5 kg

    • 1.5 litres water
    • 450g minced turkey
    • 375g brown rice
    • 1 teaspoon dried rosemary
    • 225g frozen broccoli, carrots and cauliflower combination

    Method
    Prep:5min  ›  Cook:25min  ›  Ready in:30min 

    1. Place the water, minced turkey, rice and rosemary into a large saucepan. Stir until the minced turkey is broken up and evenly distributed throughout the mixture; bring to the boil over high heat, then reduce heat to low and simmer for 20 minutes. Add the frozen vegetables and cook for an additional 5 minutes. Remove from heat and cool. Refrigerate until using.
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    JoDickson
    3

    If my dog likes it, I like it. I wish there were more doggy recipes on here, now to find a biscuit one! I'll try the American site they seem to be a little more into it than us Brits.  -  08 Mar 2014

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    3095

    just wanted to make a comment. I am a "natural" feeder as well and make all my own foods. One VERY important thing to remember here is dogs do not chew their food 100 times before swallowing, therefore, it is extremely important to ensure veggies have been ground fine to ensure nutrients can be absorbed by their bodies. When swallowed in whole form, nutrients are locked in and will not release. Also important to note many nutrients, minerals and vitamins come from different sources, therefore ensuring you alternate between ground and root vegetables, adding ground/powdered egg shells for calcium and different oils for the omega fatty acids is a must. Our dogs may look great now, but it is when they hit their older years we will see the affects of what we fed now. Also, soft foods will not promote healthy gums and teeth. Therefore, feeding RAW (and I stress RAW) meating bones are also mandatory. Cooked bones splinter. Raw bones are what wolves and coyotes have been feeding from for thousands of years. Good luck! It is well worth the research and effort to know your dog is getting only the best.  -  29 Dec 2007  (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)

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    2174

    I think this is a great basic recipe to add to. I ususally double this recipe and make the following changes. First I vary the meat each week, sometimes turkey, chicken, beef and occasionally some liver added. I used 2 1/2 pounds of meat which is just a little more than the recipe calls for, but I also add 6 beaten eggs which I whirl into the boiling mix as it cooks. I think variety is very important so I also change grains with each week. I have used lentils, barley, brown rice or even oatmeal. Make sure your garlic is cooked as raw garlic can make your dog sick, and never use onions as a vegetable as onions make them sick as well. I use a variety of vegetables and mix and match them in each batch. I don't use the gassy veggies like brocoli or cauliflower as my guys have tender tummies and all the gas just wouldn't be good. I do use a mix of fresh and frozen veggies usually carrots, peas, green beans and squash. It is very important to cook your grains well and also to whirl the veggies up in the blender since dogs have short intestinal tracks and can not digest these carbohydrates easily and won't get the nutrition that they need from them if they are left whole. Make sure they get their calcium! I save all my egg shells and rinse them out. I bake them for 10 minutes in a 300 degree oven to get them nice and brittle, then blend them until they are powder. I put a spoon of eggshell powder and a spoon of Omega supplement on each feeding.  -  04 May 2008  (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)

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