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"A very old, reliable standby for upset tummies and/or the runs.I usually use ground beef (or turkey) and either boil in (yes, I know that sounds disgusting but it gets rid of any fat, which is difficult to digest) or pan-fry and drain well on paper towels. Long-grain white rice is recommended as it is easier to digest than brown rice. I usua..."
"I hope you are using the low-sodium bouillon. If not, the dog is taking in more than a week's worth of sodium in one meal. Dogs really shouldn't have salt. Kelp can provide the trace element, iodine, instead of salt.I can understand the brewer's yeast, parsley and dill for the dog with the skin problem but for the 'picky' eater, he/she is ..."
"Do you offer a vitamin supplement? I'm not seeing any calcium.Are you feeding actual puppies or toy adult dogs? If the "Nutrition Facts" box is correct, the protein levels are terribly low; should be around 40-50% of daily diet."
"Well, you certainly have an interesting recipe!I have to agree 100% with the previous poster, try for a more simplified recipe.I don't want to rain on your parade, but....I am concerned about the fat content (I suspect it's the chicken gizzards, which should not be fed consistently in high quantities). Also, the carbs and fiber are q..."
"I don't know who formulated this particular recipe, but it is not what I'd call canine healthy.Way, way too much fat, starch and salt. NO DOG should be eating 1100+ calories per day.I'm also very concerned about an adult vitamin tablet for a 40 lb dog. There are so many different vitamins on the market, each with completely different vit..."
"As a dog/pet lover, I sympathize with your loss.I am not an expert on nutrition for diabetic dogs but I would like to comment for others considering using it that this recipe is way too high in protein, especially for an older dog. Too much protein is hard on many internal organs, particularly the kidneys.Upon carefully reading the "nutr..."
"I'm brand new, so excuse me asking this way. I'm inquiring about the # of servings for this recipe. Is 40 correct? If so, is this a treat vs a meal?"