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Cooking With Anton (Video) | Making Homemade Dog Food Can Be Simple

We feed our dogs Halo Pets, but I’m very interested in cooking for our dogs and have challenged myself to cook a meal for our dogs once a week.  I found this cool video on YouTube by Anton who is making homemade dog food and it looks really easy.  In fact, the recipe looks like something I’ve already tried and I think I’ll try again.

What I love about this homemade dog food recipe is that he cooks the whole chicken and discards the bone.  I get mixed reviews on bones, but I don’t feel comfortable feeding our dogs cooked chicken bones.  I didn’t mix it with my hands though.  And I love the idea of saving the chicken stock for soup for the humans :)

PS – we have the exact same raised feeding dish for our dogs.

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5 Comments

  1. I can’t see me ever cooking dinner for the dogs, I don’y like cooking for us. LOL

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    • LOL – thanks for the laugh. It’s actually hard to get into. I made a challenge to cook once a week and I don’t think it’s going to happen (I’m supposed to start this weekend). We’ll see.

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  2. I don’t cook meals for Gizmo but I do make most of his treats and have a great time inventing new ones using leftovers I have on hand (eg. leftover cooked squash or sweet potato) It’s a lot of fun for me and Gizmo is a great tester

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    • I have my cookbook so I’ll try to make time to make something from it and post it next weekend. Fingers crossed. I love the idea of using leftovers. I hate wasting food and it’ll be a great enticement to buy healthier food too.

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  3. Actually, regarding the bones … when cooked in a slow cooker long enough, they become totally crumbly! I can’t do chicken, but I do button bones, pork feet or turkey wings or necks. Great stuff.

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