Does your dog have digestive problems? Allergies? You can fix it naturally. Try my method.
Our Gut & Health veggie recipe is made ahead of time & stored for convenience. We freeze this blend into daily portions. This recipe is full of PRE biotics to grow healthy gut bacteria. Eating dry dog food grows bad bacteria and lacks healthy fresh nutrients. Also, most dogs do not do well with grains. We suggest you avoid grains most of the time. Oatmeal is our grain of choice.
1/2 cup dogs under 20 lbs
1 cup dogs 25-45 lbs
2 cups 50+ lbs
3 cups to giant dogs
Pair this Gut Health recipe with your dog’s meat for a healthy meal. Meat should be 60%-80% of a dogs diet. We suggest cooked meat for dogs struggling with digestive issues or poor health. We suggest raw meat for healthy dogs, cooked meat for ill dogs. Bone meal must be included. See our other blog articles for details.
See the rest of our Safari Doodles Education blog to learn how to feed your dog a fresh food diet.
Fresh papaya. 1 fresh
Crushed pineapple. 1 large can
Blueberries. 1 frozen bag
Bananas. 2 bunches
Lima Beans. 5 bags
Asparagus. 2 bunch
Applesauce (unsweetened). 1 big jar
Pumpkin (not shown). 2 large cans
Riced cauliflower. 4 bags
Butternut Squash (cooked). 4 bags
Shredded coconut. Unsweetened.
Hemp Hearts. 1 container
Bee Pollen. 1 container
Goji Berries. 1 container
Canned chicken (only add for yum flavor! Add any canned meat you prefer for flavor)
Purée, mash, stir together. Put into daily portions & store in the freezer. Thaw and feed: cool/room temp/slightly warmed. Do not cook!
- For more info on feeding your dog:
- Holistic Guide for a Healthy Dog: by Wendy Volhard. Info on how to best cook for your dog, a holistic approach to vaccines, Chinese medicine and more!
- Dr Becker’s Real Food For Dogs: by Dr Karen Becker. A detailed book on understanding how to properly feed your dog by preparing food at home.
- Lew Olsen’s book Raw & Natural Nutrition for Dogs. Lew also has a Facebook group for Raw Feeding
Author, Alicia of Safari Doodles, had fed fresh food to her dogs her whole life. Check out the other articles here in the Safari Education Blog.