How To Make Dry Dog Food?

25 Mar

Are you thinking of what the best treats for your dogs? It is to make a homemade dog food!

Study shows in US Animal Health Association that 76% of dogs who have fed their dog owners with homemade dog food are healthier than dogs eating a commercial dog food because it is due to the focus on the servings with full vitamins and minerals with a right diet and healthy good foods.

There are dog owners that instead of giving their dogs a commercialized dog food they will make at home a dry dog food like some biscuits or cookies.  Dog cookies recipe were combined with all other 10% of dogs total fat diet.

I’ll give you samples on how to make a dry dog food your dogs.

Here’s the Multi Grain Dog Biscuits: You just need to prepare on your table a ¼ oz active dry yeast in one package, 1 egg, 1 cup of rye flour,1 cup of cornmeal, 2 cups of whole wheat flour, 2 cups of cracked wheat bulgur, 2 cups chicken stock,  3.5 cups of all purpose flour, and a 4 table spoon of salt.

First you should pre heat your oven toaster into 300 degrees. Mix well in a bowl the flours, milk powder, cornmeal and salt.  Next, in a separate bowl, put a ¼ of lukewarm of water to dissolve the yeast put it aside until it bubbles.  Add the chicken stock together with the yeast mixture and mix it well. Add the liquid to the dry ingredients and knead for about 3 minutes. Observe that the dough should be stiff. Flour a board with cornmeal and roll out the dough to a thickness of ¼ inch then cut the biscuits with cookie cutter in any different shapes that you think your dog would be excited to eat then place on the ungreased cookie sheets.  Mix the egg and use to brush the tops of biscuits, then bake the biscuits for about 45 minutes at 300 degrees.

To be able the biscuits will be bone-hard. Turn off the heat and leave the biscuits in the oven overnight and serve it to your dogs.

Another one ingredient of biscuit is the Liver Biscuits.Here’s the ingredients and directions:

Prepare 1 table’s spoon of garlic powder, 1 cup cornmeal, 1.5 cups wheat flour or any kind all purpose flour and 1 lb. Beef liver.

Step 1. Pre heat oven toaster into 350 degrees.

Step 2. Puree liver in food processor or blender, pour into bowl, mixing dry ingredients, then add flour slow a bit at a time until you have a stiff mixture. Pat and spread out on a greased cookies sheet or jelly roll pan.

Step 3. Then, bake 20 minutes or until dry. Cool and cut into shapes. Refrigerate or freeze.

These are some examples on how to make a dry dog food. Always consult your holistic veterinarian if your dogs are allowed to eat dry dog food.  Though, homemade dog food is the best daily servings for your dogs, there are still some certain ingredients that is harmful for your dog.

10 Responses to “How To Make Dry Dog Food?”

  1. Mercae March 25, 2012 at 5:57 pm #

    This is a terrible recipe, first of all, most people who want to make their own dog food do it because their pets have allergies or they’re looking for a healthier option. Most dogs are allergic to wheat and corn, not only that but wheat and corn are not good for dogs!

  2. Pamela May 22, 2012 at 10:46 pm #

    Anyone reading these recipes for homemade dry dog food, please be careful. This recipe is missing ingredients and the flours listed could cause an allergy to develop for wheat or corn. Neither the rye, cornmeal, all purpose flours or 4 tablespoons of salt are good for your dog. Several of the healthiest flours are oat or Quinoa flours and should be your base flours. If using a rice flour in recipes, try to use brown rice flour and limit the amount to about 1/2 cup in a recipe.

    This whole website reads and looks like a pre-sold ad website on eBay. If not, I would suggest you rewrite your recipes and make sure that all ingredients are listed, plus revamp the recipes for healthy flours.

    I would also encourage you (the reader) to read books from experts on making homemade dog food and adding natural vitamins and minerals that every dog needed daily.

    Pamela at the DiabeticDogBakery.com

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