Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Que Delicioso :-D

Happy Thursday Everyone!! :-D

So, my dear cousin Miss Snickerdoodle is back at her own home! She left last night and was super ecstatic to see her Momma again!

Freckles the Dog

I hate to say it, but I kind of miss the little squirt! :-/ My kitty brothers and sister however, tell a different tale...they are absolutely thrilled to have the house back again! Hehehe! She did enjoy going (as Domeek says) Psycho B@#ch on them! Muahahaha! :-D

If you remember, Domeek and I are now going "homemade" with my food and so far, we're having a blast and enjoying all the new nummies! :-) This week, we used Feed Your Best Friend Better cookbook again and made Rick Woodford's Lazysagne! Oh man...if you are interested or into homemade dog food, then you have to check his cookbook out! This recipe rocks! 

Freckles the Dog

So, granted, I haven't tried human lasagna...but I don't think it could taste much better than this! :-D It has egg noodles, ground turkey, spinach, tomatoes, cottage cheese, and a bunch of spices in it! Can't you just smell the deliciousness?! Yummy!!

Freckles the Dog

Snickerdoodle and I couldn't wait to eat it all! Let's just say, the bowls were clean when we were done with them! Hehehe!

Freckles the Dog

We definitely gave it 4 paws up and now have a week or more's worth of stockpile!

Then...cause she had all the ingredients lying around, Domeek made us some Blueberry puppy cookies!

Freckles the Dog

What I love about them, is that they are crunchy on the outside and ooey gooey on the inside! :-)

Yep, we were certainly lucky and happy puppies!

Ooooo, question to those of you on the homemade diet...is there a multivitamin that you suggest or take? We're a little confused with all the ideas and nonsense on the internets!

Thanks!

16 comments:

  1. We do a standard raw diet (80% muscle meat, 10% edible bone, 10% organ), which is a balanced diet by itself, so we don't add any multivitamins. If you are doing a cooked diet, making sure to add in calcium sources and organs (especially liver!) is probably the main concern. You can add in chicken bones if you cook them in a pressure cooker, because they will turn to mush.

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    1. Thanks so much for the advice :-D Hm, I had no idea that chicken bones turned into mush! Nummy! ;-)

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  2. Hey Goose - pawsome that you are going to get some new tasty noms! I've been thinking more and more about homemade foods but am still unsure about it. Mostly with my time/money/research to get it all right. I would recommend http://www.rawdogfoodreviews.com/ by Kimberly Gauthier. You may already know about it, I'm not sure.

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    1. Oh also, I just joined a pet parent forum and I think a lot of people on there feed raw or homecooked foods too - http://parenting-furkids.com/

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  3. Goose those are some well tasty foodables. We can see you enjoyed your homemade dinner and cookies. Have a tremendous tasty Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. Yum! Looks fantastic.

    We think it's great that Miss Snickerdoodle paid so much attention to the cats. Cats need it.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  5. I don't think you need to add any extra vitamins - with all those goodies in the food I think he would be getting everything he needs. It sure does look like yummy food

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  6. I really don't care what's in it. If it's food, bring it on. They don't see it that way and I'm on a very low fat diet because of my recent bout with pancreatitis.

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  7. I'm glad you're enjoying Feed Your Best Friend Better. If you're doing half commercial/half homemade supplementation is optional. However, if you're doing more homemade your pups will definitely need some type of supplementation; I recommend Men's One-A-Day plus additional calcium through eggshell powder.

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  8. Blueberry puppy cookies????!!! That sounds wonderful! Blueberry is on her way over!

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  9. Wow...you are one lucky pup getting home-cooked food!! I am on a prepared raw diet so I don't need any supplements added. I agree with Miss Ann...Miss Kimberly's Raw Dog Food Reviews blog is a great source of information!
    *high paw*
    Oz

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  10. We don't know anything so we can't help you out. Maybe me and Stanley should stop over to your place for dinner though!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  11. Oh Domeek sure loves you, Freckles! But we already knew that =) That homemade food looks sooo tasty!! Mom doesn't know too much about cooked homemade food, just the raw stuff...

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  12. YUUUUUUUUUM!!!!!!!!! Freckles you are one lucky pup - that lazyagne and the biscuits look PAAAAWSOME!!

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  13. I too, home cook. Love Rick's book. It took the fear out of going 100% home cooked. I was 50/50 before. What helped was his Supplement Stew. I make a batch (or two) and freeze 1/3 cup portions on a cookie sheet till frozen, then keep in a ziplock baggie in freezer till needed. Now I can cook up a batch of good food, add the supplement stew and know my kids are getting all their daily requirements. Hope this helps.

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  14. HOLY COWS!!! That is some pawsome lookin' foodables Goose!!! YUMMERS!! I don't know much abouts the multivitamin thingie though, sorry. It sure is hard to find out what is true on the intermutts sometimes, huh?!
    Oh, THANKS BUNCHES for your POTP and all your good vibes...I am doin' MUCH betters, and drivin' Ma CRAZY (HER words...I thinks I'm just bein' cute....hehehe)
    Anyhu, you are one lucky doggie!! Domeek should start a doggie food truck!!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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