Lucky and Rippy's Favorite Dog Food

Lucky and Rippy's Favorite Dog Food

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"Due to the pet food recall I decided to submit this recipe for other dog owners looking for a soft pet food alternative. This has been reviewed by my vet and approved. This is a great healthy recipe for dogs and can be cut in half for smaller dogs. Combined with a kibble this recipe lasts about 4-5 days for 2 large Golden retrievers. Be sure that your vegetable mix contains no garlic or onions!"
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50 m servings
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  1. Place chicken, vegetables, and rice into a large saucepan or Dutch oven. Stir in water until the mixture is smooth. Place over medium-high heat and bring to a boil, stirring constantly.
  2. Reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until the rice is tender and all of the liquid has been absorbed, about 25 minutes. Cool completely before serving; store covered in the refrigerator.

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Most helpful positive review

I use this same recipe to feed both of my dogs except that I add three ground Tums to the mixture after it has cooled, per my vet (I believe it has something to do with dogs needing phosphorous?...

Most helpful critical review

While this recipe is a good base, it is not nutritionally sound. As a holistic nutritionist, I have formally studied pet nutrition. Your recipe needs variety and necessary additions. Try rotatin...

While this recipe is a good base, it is not nutritionally sound. As a holistic nutritionist, I have formally studied pet nutrition. Your recipe needs variety and necessary additions. Try rotatin...

This is on the right track, but you're leaving out calcium requirements and also the fact that ALOT of dry foods have been affected by this recall. I have my dog on an all natural diet. She 'bas...

I use this same recipe to feed both of my dogs except that I add three ground Tums to the mixture after it has cooled, per my vet (I believe it has something to do with dogs needing phosphorous?...

I've used a variation of this recipe for my three dogs. As other people have commented, it should not be used on a consistent basis. I have several recipes that I use to mix things up to ensur...

Congratulations on thinking about our "furry kids". My two bichons love this diet. They've been on the exact same thing for 6 years.Sometimes I change it around with turkey or beef liver. At the...

This is a great, simple recipe. I changed it a little. I used ground turkey for the meat (ground chicken would also work), brown rice for the rice (will have to cook a little longer), frozen p...

This recipe is so good, and very similar to what I cook for my dog every evening. You can add wheat germ to this recipe, and substitute the chicken with ground round (or other very lean cut of ...

Very good recipe, I also put some canned pumpkin in for fiber, per the vet and the dogs and cats both love it. However, I am afraid to give a supplement to my pets because of the numerous recal...

The recipe is great for a supplemental meal. However I hope the submitter does not mean it for a steady diet because there are vitamins and minerals that dog's require and are not in the recipe....