Hypoallergenic Dog Food Case Study

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Homemade Hypoallergenic Dog Food Recipes It is not uncommon for people to continue seeing allergic reactions in their dogs even after switching to a brand who manufactures hypoallergenic dog food. If this is the case it may be time to investigate ways to eliminate the ingredients in those foods in order to determine the exact ingredient that the dog must avoid. There is obviously no better way to control what is in a dog’s food than to make it at home. This way the owner has complete control of the ingredients, as well as the freshness of the food their dog is eating. Foods to Avoid & Foods to Add Many different foods have been determined to be high risk for causing allergic reactions in dogs. These would include things such as diary, soy, corn, wheat, and in some cases pork. Sadly many dog food…show more content…
Mix ground lean meat, rice, rosemary and water into a large bowl and stir until evenly mixed throughout 2. Place in a pot and put on the stove, with the stove set on high 3. Wait for water to begin to boil, then turn heat to low and simmer with lid on the pot and set timer for 20 minutes 4. Then add the vegetables and continue cooking for another 5 minutes 5. Remove from stove and allow to cool off before serving Storage:  This will need to be kept refrigerator due to the fresh foods used in this recipe Dog Food Recipe #2 Ingredients:  2 C – Rice (Brown or White)  2 – Sweet Potatoes (cut into cubes)  2 C – Carrots (diced)  2 Lbs. – Chicken Breasts (approximately 4 breasts)  4 C – Water Preparations/Cooking Instructions: 1. Use large crockpot 2. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly 3. Cook on high for approximately 5 hours 4. Let cool and serve Storage:  This also must be stored in the refrigerator due to the use of fresh foods Additional Information to Know This recipe can be altered to a specific dogs needs and taste. It is intended to make 20 cups worth of cooked dog food. Obviously increase or decrease ingredients to make desired amount. Serving

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