Doggie Meatball Recipe
USE as a meal or snack
( Need grain free? This is NOT a grain free recipe;
Here is an option,
You can try this,
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It's gluten free oats, much better than the Quaker oats for Allergy Dogs;
Dog Meatballs - can be used for dogs as a snack or as a meal - YOU can use this as the Am meal or the PM meal.
Dog Food Recipe by Michele and her VET
1 pound Ground chicken ( Or GROUND Turkey is a good option )
and also use-
1 pound Ground beef
2% small curd cottage cheese - ( 1/2 cup )
3 cups oats soaked in low-sodium chicken broth-( regular not the Fast cook) - Quaker oats,
1 cup peas
1/2 cup string beans
2 tablespoons salmon or fish oil (health food store or break open capsules from grocery store)
3 eggs - 4 eggs
1 boiled yam or sweet potato -this is great protein and helps keep everything moist.
Mix together and make into meatballs the size of your dogs portion. Bake them at 350 until they are completely done. ( 15 to 20 minutes .. ovens may vary )
Freeze into bags and warm up in microwave until warm and serve. They should love it and it is all digested so there is very little waste and smell.
( If you are going to home cook on a regular basis PLEASE contact me )
YOU will need a MORE balanced recipe for added calcium
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