Monday Morning Medley
I cobbled together this nutritious medley on a manic Monday morning when time was at a premium. Thrown together it might have been, but my dogs didn’t mind one bit!
3 x Homemade Beef Recipes to tickle the taste buds of your best friend. Easy-to-make, nutritious and tasty recipes so good, you could eat them too!
Made with shop-bought mince and organ meats from my local farm shop, pumpkin and kale from the garden and surplus mung bean sprouts and tomatoes from our dinner the previous evening.
Completed this dog food beef recipe with a handful of dried sunflower seeds and my own Dog Chef Daily for added goodness!
Along with balance and moderation, variety is one of the key principles in successfully home cooking for your dog. How’s this for variety? I chopped up this nutritious medley on a manic Monday morning when time was at a premium. Simply opened a bag of supermarket mince and added some nutritious organ meats obtained on Saturday from the lovely farmer who runs my local farm shop. He regularly supplies me with whole ox heart, tongue and liver which I dice up and freeze in portions for when I need it.
In this case I added pumpkin from my own garden which I store in a cool place in the house, and freshly picked kale once again from my garden. Added in some leftover mung bean sprouts from my own Sunday dinner, shop-bought tomatoes and a handful of dried sunflower seeds.
Set the slow cooker on low for 3 hours then topped off this dog food beef recipe with Dog Chef Daily, some essential Dog Chef Calcium and a healthy drizzle of salmon oil.
As I’m very fond of saying, cooking for your dog does not need to be complicated to be healthy!
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