A recipe for homemade pet food

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" Pet owners are wondering what is safe to feed their dogs and cats after the pet food recall was expanded again this week.

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Apr 22, 2007
 
Because Americans won't work for 35 cents a day. Business is business no matter where you are.
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Apr 22, 2007
 

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We don't because we have all of the illegal Mexicans to make dog food for our dogs. WAIT! They might try to kill all of our dogs. If they do that, we sue them. If we sue them they might quit, or get fired. Then we'll have to go to the Chinese to do that for us.
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Apr 22, 2007
 
feed leftovers
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Apr 22, 2007
 
Soilent Green is people.
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There is an excellent book out _ Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats. It has lots of recipes for a natural diet for dogs and cats. It will also tell you what is really in commercial food for our pets. It also is not hugely expensive. I have had my female dog on a raw diet for four years and my vet can't believe how good she looks. My two year old male has been on it his whole life. Also,it's better to consult with a Holistic vet about this type of diet as conventional vets are not familiar with this type of diet.
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Apr 23, 2007
 
What about cats that will only eat dry food
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Apr 23, 2007
 
If you're interested in homecooking, go to balanceit.com . Thay have recipes created by board certified veterinary nutritionists. You can get a free recipe by typing in the promo code at the check out.
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Apr 26, 2007
 
Karen wrote:
What about cats that will only eat dry food
There are some companies that make a dehydrated raw meat kibble. Nature's Variety and Majestic Raw both make a kibble. You can find this type of food at smaller independent pet stores. Some of them would be happy to order it for you if they don't carry it.
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Apr 26, 2007
 
The topic of the Oprah show on Wednesday was Loving Our Dogs......it was a great show for dog lovers. Her vet had a list of the best food to feed your dog. His name is Dr. Marty Goldstein the wrote the book The Nature of Animal Healing.
The list is on his website:
www.drmarty.com
Check out Oprah.com for wednesdays show and links
Also there are some excerpts from: The Loved Dog by Tamar Geller...A GREAT BOOK
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Apr 29, 2007
 
Karen wrote:
What about cats that will only eat dry food
Which is exactly where I am. I notice no one has an answer for it?

I have three 13 month old cats that won't even touch meat if I put it in their dish, they eat around it. They do like bread though, I guess I have to feed them store bought dry cat food or slices of bread and milk.
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Apr 29, 2007
 
Oh wait, I missed it, there was one answer, sorry.

Now to find the stores online because I'm sure there isn't one within 50 miles of me.
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May 2, 2007
 
There are tons of free recipes and info on the recall at http://www.homemadehealthypetfood.com
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May 3, 2007
 
Sandra Kay wrote:
Oh wait, I missed it, there was one answer, sorry.
Now to find the stores online because I'm sure there isn't one within 50 miles of me.
Try Cosmos at 26th and Kipling in Lakewood. They are located on 26th just west of Kipling.
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May 3, 2007
 
I have been making my own dog and cat food for 5 years now. It costs me under $75/month to feed 2 Greyhounds (130 pounds combined weight) and 3 cats.
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Denver, CO

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May 3, 2007
 
My sisters dog Kate is sick because of the tainted food. Luckily Kate only got two teaspoons, of what turned out to be recalled canned food, twice daily in with her dry food so it didn't kill her. She will however be on some very expensive meds the rest of her life. My sister and brother-in-law have joined the class action law suit for medical costs. We were very releived that Kate didn't die and are heartbroken for all those that didn't make it. Thanks everyone for all the choices for preparing your own pet food. I think that is the route I am going to take too.

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Jul 10, 2007
 
A revelation from the tainted pet food scandal - learn to read the label of the pet food you are feeding your animal.

Regardless of the previous reputation of the mult-national pet food manufacturer - it's the label stupid (sorry)!

The first 5 pet food ingredients are the important ones to consider for nutrition for your animal.

For dogs it's real beef, or chicken, or lamb - not by-products. Meal is ok, but not corn or rice hulls or peanut husks - used for filler and have zip nutritional value.

You will be surprised how many brands list corn as the main ingredient - first item listed.

The labels are regulated and must list by order of most percentage of the ingredient first -being most etc.

Read the label and if good healthy food costs more - you and your pet both win by the pet being healthy and not having as many vet visits.

Non-nutritious pet food is the primary reason for most vet visits for skin disorder etc. BOING !

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Jul 10, 2007
 
bassackward wrote:
A revelation from the tainted pet food scandal - learn to read the label of the pet food you are feeding your animal.
Regardless of the previous reputation of the mult-national pet food manufacturer - it's the label stupid (sorry)!
The first 5 pet food ingredients are the important ones to consider for nutrition for your animal.
For dogs it's real beef, or chicken, or lamb - not by-products. Meal is ok, but not corn or rice hulls or peanut husks - used for filler and have zip nutritional value.
You will be surprised how many brands list corn as the main ingredient - first item listed.
The labels are regulated and must list by order of most percentage of the ingredient first -being most etc.
Read the label and if good healthy food costs more - you and your pet both win by the pet being healthy and not having as many vet visits.
Non-nutritious pet food is the primary reason for most vet visits for skin disorder etc. BOING !
So you don't like the honest ones? All they do to make meat the first ingredient is take the corn, turn some of it into corn flour and some into corn meal, then throw it all into the same food. But now since it doesn't contain "Corn" and "Meat" and now has "Corn" "corn flour" and "Corn meal" now it has more meat then any of the other three!!! Yay! Our food is mostly meat!!! NOT!

It's really common knowledge. I thought everyone knew this. Unless it's too difficult for most people to comprehend.
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Jan 17, 2008
 
The coating on Centrum contains aluminum. I attended a workshop about common products containing aluminum. The presentor also stated that M&M's coating contained the metal. Safflower oil is an omega 6- of which we already have too much and refined is heat treated. Morton's salt is bleached and has no value. Better Celtic salt or sea salt.
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Jan 17, 2008
 
Bev McInis wrote:
I have been making my own dog and cat food for 5 years now. It costs me under $75/month to feed 2 Greyhounds (130 pounds combined weight) and 3 cats.
Bev, What is in your food?

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Jan 18, 2008
 
Sandra Kay wrote:
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Which is exactly where I am. I notice no one has an answer for it?
I have three 13 month old cats that won't even touch meat if I put it in their dish, they eat around it. They do like bread though, I guess I have to feed them store bought dry cat food or slices of bread and milk.
I take the moist food and bake it. Rounded shapes work best.

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