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Winner Winner Liver Dinner Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Kol Hayford

Category:
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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Large Dogs:
lb beef or pork, chopped or ground.
2 oz chopped liver.
1 raw egg.
tsp ground eggshells or 1000 mg calcium supplement.
tsp salmon oil.
1 Vitamin E capsule.
cup pureed or minced and cooked vegetables.

Medium Dogs:
lb beef or pork, chopped or ground.
1 oz chopped liver.
1 raw egg.
tsp ground eggshells or 1000 mg calcium supplement.
⅓ tsp salmon oil.
1 Vitamin E capsule.
cup pureed or minced and cooked vegetables.


Small Dogs:
⅓ lb beef or pork, chopped or ground.
1 oz chopped liver.
1 small raw egg.
tsp ground eggshells or 1000 mg calcium supplement.
tsp salmon oil.
1 Vitamin E capsule.
⅓ cup pureed or minced and cooked vegetables.

Directions:
Directions:
Mix well and serve.
 

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Use eggshells 1/2 tsp per pound of food or calcium supplement 1000 mg per pound of food as a good calcium supplement.
You can also use 1-1/2 tsp bone meal.

Cottage cheese is not a good source of calcium and it is high in phosphorus which negates its benefit, try using ricotta cheese instead.

Too many raw eggs can also cause your dog other ailments as the yolk is extremely fatty and contains a lot of cholesterol. This can be a problem, so be sure not to feed more than one raw egg a week.
It would be best if you only fed your dog the raw egg yolk but the whites are okay as long as you're careful with how much your pooch is eating.

The egg whites can cause a biotin deficiency in dogs (vitamin B7).
This can cause skin problems, including dry, flaky skin, excessive shedding, and intense scratching or biting at the skin leading to bald areas.

Veggies are only needed for bulk if you do not include raw bone in the diet.
Sardines are a good treat, and are high in essential EPA/DHA.
You need to include organ meat along with muscle meat; it provides essential vitamins and minerals.

Dogs produce their own vitamin C so that is not necessary to add.
If you cook the meal you might want to add a B vitamin complex to replace destroyed vitamins.

Directions:
Directions:

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
1
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
20-30 minutes

 

 

 

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