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February 28, 2020
There are many ways to make homemade dog food, and today we will talk about how to make homemade Instant Pot dog food recipes.
Homemade dog food has become increasingly popular. Today, people realize how dog food is made in factories. People meal prep for their dogs as well as themselves now! Spoil your pup, but make sure that the meals are nutritionally balanced. Making your dog’s food lets YOU control what goes into their bowl. This can be important for dogs with extreme allergies and with picky eaters. It can be an even better opportunity to use these as high-reward treats in training as well!
These recipes use the Instant Pot as a pressure cooker. By using the Instant Pot, the food will cook quickly and evenly. A pressure cooker uses less boiling and liquid to cook the food, which allows the nutrients to stay in the food! This helps retain the taste of the food and kills microorganisms. You can also freeze most of these recipes to save for later! To follow each recipe, click on the link names to head to their website.
1. Traditional Cooking School used homemade dog food to help her dog lose weight. Her dog food recipe has a great balance of livers, meats, fruits, veggies, fats, and grains.
2. Damn Delicious has a simple dog recipe low in price and includes the full nutrition facts and calorie count at the bottom of the page!
3. Tales From the Back Road, creates a recipe approved by a holistic vet. It includes eggshells as a source of calcium and reminds owners to remove bones/skin from chicken.
*Keep in mind, if you do make all your dog’s food from scratch, consult your veterinarian about how many of which kinds of vitamins need to be added. Dogs can die from over supplementing and malnutrition overtime. These recipes were used in addition to kibble, because it is hard to measure a complete diet. Feeding kibble does ensure that they are getting the proper nutrients. Remember that calories need to be considered for the weight of the dog. *
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