Going raw? That’s becoming a world trend, and there are lots of people out there who stopped cooking part of everyday meals for themselves and their children and families. But there are still lots of people who feed their pets with a store pet food, while going raw brings them better gums and teeth, weight, more furry and shiny coats and even fresher breath. How about trying going raw for your dog diet too? Here is a list of nice raw dog food recipes that can be useful.
1. Beef, Eggs, and Rice Recipe
Not only this recipe is cool and easy, it’s pretty nutritious also! But you still need to add the supplement if you’re about to feed your dog with it regularly. Try out any supplement your vet recommends and don’t forget those fatty acids, which are pretty essential for your dog’s nice digestion. Get to work!
- 10 lbs. raw ground beef
- 18 eggs
- 15 cups of cooked white rice
- Hard-boil the eggs. You need to put them into boiling water for 5 minutes, then set aside for 15 more and rinse thoroughly in cold water.
- Set them aside to cool completely.
- Cook the rice according to the directions on the packaging. Set aside to cool down.
- Crush the hardboiled eggs and add them to a large mixing bowl.
- Add the cooked and cooled white rice.
- Add your supplements.
- Add raw ground beef.
- Mix well, until all the ingredients are completely combined. Store in your freezer for up to 3 months. Consult your vet about the right serving size and the supplements that are going to be needed.
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2. Raw Dog Chili
Chili doesn’t really sound like a dog food, isn’t it? But hey, there are plenty of stuff that doesn’t sound like it; just take those dog cookies. And you’ll be really surprised if you read the labels on the store dog food. Things happen to be found there, that doesn’t sound like anybody’s food at all. So no worries and let’s get to the chili party preparations!
- 4 chicken breasts
- 1 cup of drained black beans
- 1 cup of drained kidney beans
- ½ cup of tomato paste
- 1 cup of diced carrots
- 4 cups of chicken broth
- Dice the chicken. The pieces should be the size of a nickel.
- Heat the skillet and cook the chicken on the medium heat. You need it browned, but not blackened. Stir occasionally if needed, and use the scoopula.
- Add the chicken to a large saucepan and add all other ingredients.
- Put the saucepan on the medium heat and cook for 10 minutes. The mixture has to heat through.
- Set it aside to cool completely. This dog chili can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. You’ll need to freeze it if you want it to last longer.
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3. Raw Meat And Veggies Mix
Meat and vegetables are always a good fit. The veggies are full with essential vitamins and antioxidants, and the meat — well, point a dog that’ll stay away from a good piece of meat. That said, this recipe is super-easy to make and there are no doubts you’ll see the happiest eyes on your dog’s face when you serve it and he eats it. Want to check?
- ¼ cup plain yogurt
- ¼–1/2 cup of any vegetables (preferably carrots, leafy greens, apples, broccoli or peas), chopped
- A skinned chicken leg quarter with bone (chicken leg plus thigh and some of the back, which usually weighs about 1 lb)
- Peel and chop the vegetables. Try not to make them very small, but not very big either. Choose the size that should be the most appropriate for your dog’s size.
- Chop the chicken, but leave some on the bone. Still, you’ll need to mix the rest of the chicken with veggies, or your dog will take the bone and leave everything else behind.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the vegetables, the chicken and the yogurt. Mix well until all the ingredients are thoroughly mixed.
- Add the bone and serve to the dog. You can store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
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4. Oh-So-Healthy Raw Dog Food Recipe
Wonder how to make it all considered but still feed your dog with a tasty food? Well, that’s your recipe. All ingredients can be bought at the nearest supermarket, and there is some that are considered really useful for people either. And while there is a lot of human food dogs should avoid, the healthy one is in general equally healthy for the both side. Just check the ingredients of this basic dog food dish!
- 10 lbs. raw ground turkey
- 18 eggs
- 15 cups cooked white rice
- 1 cup raw chopped broccoli
- 1 cup raw chopped celery
- 3 cups raw chopped spinach
- 1 cup raw chopped carrot
- 4 apples
- ½ cup of coconut
- Cook the rice according to the directions on the packaging. Set aside to cool completely.
- Hard-boil your eggs. Place them into boiling water for 5 minutes, set aside for another 15. Rinse them thoroughly and put into ice-cold water. Set aside to cool completely.
- Chop all your vegetables: broccoli, celery, spinach, and carrots.
- Remove the cores of the apples and chop them too.
- Shave the coconut.
- Crash the eggs, including the shells, into the large mixing bowl.
- Add all other ingredients and mix well until they are blended completely.
- Serve it to the dog. Store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 3 days or up to 3 months in a freezer.
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5. Brown Rice And Turkey Recipe
Well, this homemade recipe could easily become one of your favorite, and not only for your dog, but for you also! There are literally NO ingredients that are not suited for a human. How do you like it?! That’s just, if you’re going to cook this dinner for the two of you, make sure you’re cooking the turkey for yourself. Since, you know, raw meat isn’t something people should especially like. But you know that, right?
- 1 ½ cups brown rice
- 1 1/2 cups brown rice
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 3 pounds ground turkey
- 3 cups baby spinach, chopped
- 2 carrots, shredded
- 1 zucchini, shredded
- 1/2 cup peas, canned or frozen
- Cook the rice according to the instructions on the packaging. Set aside to cool.
- Chop your spinach and shred your carrots and zucchini.
- Add the olive oil to a skillet and heat it. And the vegetables and cook for 3 to 5 minutes. Keep stirring so they won’t blacken or stick to the skillet.
- Set aside and let cool completely.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine all cooked ingredients and the ground turkey and mix well until they are well blended.
- Serve to the dog. Store the leftovers in a refrigerator for up to 3 days ot in a freezer for up to 3 months.
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6. Classic Raw Dog Food Recipe
Well, if there ever was a question what’s the name of the product every dog loves, the product that should be considered a comfort food for dogs, well… that would be beef. Lovely, tasty, yummy, just the best in the world. Why would we keep the beef away from the dogs diets? Didn’t they deserve it?
- 3 cups raw grass-fed beef
- 6 eggs, whole (you use the shell, too!)
- ½ teaspoon grey sea salt
- ½ cup coconut oil or grass-fed tallow
- Dog multiple vitamin powder
- Hard-boil the eggs. Put them into a boiling water for 5 minutes, set aside for 15 more, then rinse thoroughly and put in the ice-cold water to cool completely.
- Crush the eggs with shells into the large mixing bowl.
- Add the beef, the coconut oil and the powder, if using.
- Mix well until it all is blended completely.
- Serve to the dog and store the leftovers in your refrigerator for up to 3 days or in a freezer for up to 3 months.
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7. Pumpkin And Beef Recipe
Yes, a pumpkin is a traditional Halloween symbol, but who says it’s not tasty in other days? It’s enormously nutritious and totally safe for the dog, plus it’s full of fiber (consider that if your dog is old, since you know what effect does fiber has, right?). But it doesn’t end on fiber; there is zinc, there are iron, vitamin A, vitamic C, alpha-carotene and beta-carotene, and potassium. Convinced? We’ll just say its grain free also. Get to work!
- 2lbs. (900g) lean ground beef
- 1 1/2 cups water
- 1 cup canned pumpkin
- In a large mixing bowl, combine all the ingredients and mix thoroughly until they are combined.
- Serve to the dog and store the leftovers in a refrigerator for up to 2 days, or in a freezer for up to 3 months. That’s it!
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8. Raw Dog Cakes
All we need is treat! And if you’re feeding your dog on a raw diet, than it’s a raw treat. This one needs quite a lot of time to chop and dice and gring everything, but you get approximately 26 cups of a perfect treat. Which means, you’re basically safe with it for at least a few weeks! Works that way, isn’t it?
- 2 cups rice (brown or white)
- 4 cups unsalted, no-onion chicken broth
- 2 large yams, steamed or baked (I use the microwave to make it quickly)
- 2 cups pumpkin puree (in season)
- 1 large bunch parsley
- 8 large carrots
- 1/4 head cabbage (optional — warning: ground up cabbage has a strong smell!)
- 1 broccoli head
- 6 celery stalks
- 1 large zucchini and/or yellow summer squash (in season)
- 4 large apples (more is good)
- 1 # cranberries (in season, sometimes more)
- 1 # blueberries (in season. These turn food gray. If it bothers you, skip blueberries)
- Other fruit: peaches, pears, plums are all okay for dogs and nutritious.
- 1# green beans (sometimes more.)
- 1# snap peas, or whatever peas in the pod you have around
- 12 eggshells or more (baked to dry, grind in small “coffee grinder”)
- 9 eggs, poached lightly then cooled
- 1 c. peanut butter (more or less — I use this as a binder & for protein
- 2/3 cup nutritional yeast (lots of vitamins) or 1/3 cup dog multiple vitamin powder
- 1 cup flax meal (if you just have the seed, finely grind it in food processor)
- 1 cup raw pumpkin seeds or raw almonds (finelyd processor)
- 2 cups rolled oats, optional (1/2 ground in food processor, 1/2 whole)
- 1/2 cup olive oil
- 1/2 cup rose hips, dried and ground in coffee grinder
- Cook the rice according to the instructions on the packaging. Preferably use broth instead of water, it’ll be much more tasty for the dog that way.
- Using the food processor, puree you yams. No need to peel them, simply add to the processor and make the puree with all of it.
- Chop and/or grind your fruits and vegetables. The finer your final pieces are, the more digestible they become. This last point may be especially important if you’re cooking for a senior dog or a dog with digestion problems.
- In a very large mixing bowl, combine all the ingredients and mix well. Use a big spoon or your own hands if needed. Your mixture should combine into a moist squishy batter.
- Spread the mixture on the baking sheet evenly and scoop out in desirable portions. Form the ‘balls’ or the ‘caked’ and put into freezer. You can store them up to 3 months. But to tell the truth, you’re going to run out of it in a few weeks, since your dog is going to just love it!
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9. Sweet Turkey Raw Dog Food Recipe
This recipe is so freakishly ease you could’ve make it right in the supermarket! But well, you’re going to need a freezer to stock it. And most supermarkets does not allow entering with the dog, and the dog is the reason why are you making it in the first place. So ok, let’s just do this at home. Choose any amount you need, since it can sit in a freezer, like, forever. But save your plans for the evening, because this takes absolutely no time!
- 35% – 50% Turkey boneless thighs, breast or tenderloin
- 10% – 30% Turkey hearts and liver
- 5% – 10% Yams or sweet potatoes
- 5% – 10% Chickpeas (or garbanzo beans)
- 5% – 10% Organic green beans
- 5% Organic cranberries
- 5% – 10% eggs
- Hard-boil the eggs. You need to put them into a boiling water for 5 minutes, then set aside for 15 more and rinse thoroughly in an ice cold water. Let cool completely.
- Chop turkey and yams. Make your pieces as small as you can, since it will really help your dog to digest it all.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine all your ingredients.
- Serve to the dog and store the leftovers in a refrigerator for up to 3 days or in a freezer for up to half a year.
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