2. Dezember 2023

Escape Pet Health issues: Senior Homemade Dog Food (PET Approved)

Looking for an easy and affordable way to keep your pet healthy? Check out our Senior Homemade Dog Food! This delicious and nutritious food is perfect for dogs of all ages, and is perfect for any pet health issues.

Our Senior Homemade Dog Food is made with all natural ingredients and is PET approved. It’s also easy to make, and you can adjust the ingredients to make it customized to your dog’s needs. If you’re looking for a nutritious and affordable way to keep your pet healthy, then our Senior Homemade Dog Food is the perfect solution!
Senior Homemade Dog Food (VET Approved)

Ingredients in our Senior Dog Food
Pumpkin puree digestive
2 lbs Organ meat, chicken liver & heart
plentiful sources of the vitamins A, B, D and E, as well as minerals like copper, iron, and zinc. All of these are essential for the health of your canine.
5lbs Protein Chicken thighs watch your fat content
1lb Ground turkey
1lb Salmon remove bones grind up omegas protein
3 Eggs protein b2, b12
Eggs egg shells calcium, glucosamine, which can help support strong bones, teeth, and joints in dogs crush small they will be absorbed better
Mushrooms no more than 10% boost immunity
Broccoli no more than 10% heart health, bone density, and immune systems
Bone broth – link for recipe- skin, immune, strong joints,
Turmeric reduce inflammation, improve digestion, prevent cancer, improve cognitive function, and promote healthy skin and coat
Oil for digestive, olive, coconut, sunflower
Thyme, sage, Turmeric all Anti-inflammatory spices black pepper
Dash of salt an electrolyte, salt is an essential part of your dog’s health. It helps keep body fluids in balance and plays a role in muscle and nerve function. But too much salt is dangerous for dogs and can lead to salt toxicosis.
Zucchini for fiber low calorie vitamin a
Carrots keep raw for fiber immune, eye,
Flaxseed omegas reduce inflammation, skin and allergies boost the nutritional value on homemade dog foods
Oatmeal help support your dog’s coat and skin easy on digestive

Organ meats are like a natural multivitamin, and much richer in minerals and trace minerals than muscle meat.
The easiest way to prepare organ meats for your dog is to grind them up in a food grinder then it can be distributed more evenly throughout your dog’s food. Premium quality protein and fat, organ meats are plentiful sources of the vitamins A, B, D and E, as well as minerals like copper, iron, phosphorus, selenium and zinc. All of these are essential for the health of your canine.

The general rule of thumb for a home-made diet for a healthy canine patient is 75% meat/15%vegetables/10% carbohydrate. Variety is the key to a healthy diet so be sure to vary your meat, carbohydrate and vegetable sources from time to time.

The healthiest is feeding once a day.

16 ounces of food for a 50-pound dog

PROTIEN- dogs must have protein in their diets that contain 10 specific essential amino acids their bodies can’t produce. This is necessary for the creation of glucose, which transforms into energy. Sources of protein include chicken and turkey, after removing bones, fat, and skin; beef and lamb; pork in limited amounts; salmon and some other fish

Fats and fatty acids:Fatty acids support the function and structure of cells, keep skin and coat healthy, and enhance the taste of the food. Sources of fatty acids include plant-based oils, including corn, sunflower, soybean, canola, and flaxseed oil, as well as fish oil.

Carbohydrates: Dogs get some of their energy from carbohydrates, which include sugars, starches, and dietary fibers. Sources include rice, pasta, oatmeal, and quinoa.

Fiber: Dogs need fiber in their diet to keep their gastrointestinal (GI) system functioning and to help them from becoming overweight. Good sources of fiber for dogs include carrots, pumpkin, apples, dark leafy greens, brown rice, and flaxseed.

Vitamins dogs require include A (carrots, pumpkin), B vitamins (liver, green vegetables, whole grains), C (fruits and vegetables, organ meat), D (liver, fish, beef), E (leafy green vegetables, liver, bran, plant oils), K (fish, leafy green vegetables, fish), and choline (liver, fish, meats, egg yolks).

Check with your vet.