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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Andouille Sausage
This is not a bad sausage, but it is not Andouille Sausage. There is no cumin or file in it. IC that there is liquid smoke. But for the real thing, you need to actually smoke the sausage in a smoker.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 2, 2013
Buddy's and Bubba's Homemade Dog Food
Personally, I find sardines to be a great source of vitamin D for dogs. I would add a tin or two of sardines, ground up. I used 75% lean ground beef to analyze this recipe, and I came up with 54% fat, which is high, but which won't hurt your dog, as the recipe is 19% protein, and has a good amino acid profile. The omega 6 to omega 3 fat ratio is about 10 to 1. I would probably make one half or all of the oil, salmon oil to improve that and get some DHA into the recipe.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 16, 2013
Homemade Dog Food
This recipe lacks calcium and vitamin D, both nutritional requirements for dogs. It is also deficient in canine vitamin E requirements. A dog's digestive tract is very short, and the vegetables in this recipe should be ground in order for the dog to get the full nutritional benefit of the vegetables. Current thinking in canine nutrition is similar to people, in that dogs also benefit from DHA, which is in their mother's milk. Fish and fish oil are good sources of this. I would add some safflower oil, for vitamin E to this recipe, and some salmon oil for omega 3 fats and DHA. Additionally, some sardines would provide vitamin D. Some cottage cheese and/or yogurt would provide calcium. Another option for calcium would be bone meal.

38 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 5, 2013
 
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