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    Dry Dog Food Recipe
    3 cups flour
    3 cups oats or cooked rice
    1 cup powdered milk
    8 TBL powdered eggs
    ¼ cup olive oil
    2-2 1/2 cups water
    Combine dry ingredients.

    Combine wet ingredients.

    Mix wet into dry.

    Dough should be moist and spreadable.

    Spread onto greased 9X13 baking sheet with edge.

    Cook at 200F for 1 hour or 350F for 40 minutes.

    Let cool.

    2810kcal: 90 g fat, 102 g protein, 396 g carbohydrates (ratio: 15:17:67)
    For optimal nutrition with homemade food, feed 2 lb food per day per 100lb dog weight.

    If dog weighs 25lb, feed 8-12 ounces.

    If dog weighs 10 lb, feed 5-7 ounces.
    Just like humans, eating this kind of pantry staple diet for long term will result in vitamin and mineral deficiencies.

    Consider adding these ingredients:
    Calcium- 1000mg per 1lb of dog food- can supply as animal bones, ground eggshell (1/2 tsp), or tablets (NO Vitamin D) (crushed)
    Brewer's yeast: 1-2 TBL per 1lb of dog food- supplies B vitamins and as a powder stores well.
    Vitamin E: 200IU of E per week (store as capsules-squeeze contents onto food)
    Vitamin C: 500mg tab daily (crushed)
    Vegetables and fruits: from stores can add any of these to doggie's bowl: Sweet potatoes, pumpkin, carrots, green beans, peas, apples.

    These add minimal calories but great flavor and vitamins.
    Meat: Dogs can actually live on protein and fat- the carbohydrates serve to give the dog a sense of fullness.

    Meat is protein and fat.

    4-8 ounces per day added to diet will be greatly appreciated by doggie if he needs to perform a duty for you.

    Consider peanut butter or cheese (store bought or dehydrated for long term) as an economical alternative.

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