Healthy Dog Food Recipe For Senior Dogs
One of my Senior Dogs Favorite Recipe – Beef Stew for Senior Dogs
- 1 Microwave
- 1 large pan
- 1 lb Beef Stew Meat
- 1 small Sweet Potato
- 1/2 Cup Diced Carrots
- 1/2 Cup Diced Green Beans
- 1/2 Cup Flower
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1 tbsp Olive Oil
- Microwave the sweet potato, carrot, and grean beans for five to eight minutes until tender but still firm2) Cut up the beef stew meat into nickel sized chunks3) Heat the Olive oil over medium heat in Large pan, add the stew meat, and cook for 10-15 minutes or until well done.4) Take the beef out of the pan and save the drippings5) Dice the sweet potato6) Turn the heat to medium low, and heat the drippings while whisking, slowly add flor and water making a thick gravy.7) add the sweet potato, meat, green beans, and carrots to the gravy and mix to coat.8) cook for a couple minutes making sure all the vegetables are tender9) let the stew cool completely before serving
Why Making Food For your Dog is healthier, and can be less expensive than buying commercial Even good quality commercial dog food has preservatives. There’s no getting around them. That’s where homemade dog food has the advantage. Foods can be selected that are completely fresh without any preservatives or added salt. Preservatives can make health issues worse or bring them on without much notice. Just like it’s healthier for us to eat fewer preservatives, it’s equally healthy for our pets. Can be Less Expensive – But Watch Out Dog parents can make fresh dog food and treats more inexpensively than purchasing some higher-end or prescription commercial dog food, but care has to be taken. If ingredients or supplements get too fancy or pricier cuts of meat are preferred, homemade canine food can end up costing more, and sometimes substantially more than commercial food. That’s not a game stopper, but if the price is a concern then ingredients have to be chosen carefully for both their price and nutritional value. Even if making homemade dog food ends up being a little more expensive than commercial food, at least you know the ingredients are better and how the food was made. That will go a long way toward giving you peace of mind and knowing your furry friend is getting the best food possible.
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