by Chefs and Dogs
Did you know that your dog's gut health plays a huge role in their overall wellbeing? From digestion to mood, your pup's gut has a big impact on their day-to-day life. So, let's show our furry friends' guts some love! It could be as simple as making a broth or adding fresh fruits and vegetables to their diet, or even introducing some fresh meats. We had some fun recreating a gourmet raw dish using some of the Big Dog Pet Foods Combo ingredients!
- Diced beef liver
- Diced beef kidney
- Salmon eye
- Carrot stems
- Green banana
- Big Dog Probiotic
Add the diced beef liver, diced beef kidney, salmon eye, carrot stems, green banana, and probiotics to a canapé plate/spoon.
Serve as an entree to your pup before mains arrive.
- Chicken necks, wings & feet
- Green beans
- Beef mince
- Egg yolk
- Psyllium husk
- Kelp powder
- Green banana
- Carrot tops
Step 1: Add the chicken necks, wings, feet, carrots, and celery to a pot and cover with water. You can also use your dog's favourite bones. Cook on a low heat for up to 24 hours.
Step 2: Before straining, blanch the green beans and broccoli, then remove them to ice-cold water to keep the vegetables bright green.
Step 3: Strain the broth into a bowl. Don’t use the bones. (Cooked bones are not safe for dogs).
Step 4: Use a food processor to blend the green beans, broccoli, and a small amount of broth. You can store the rest of the broth in the fridge for up to 14 days.
Step 5: Strain the bean broth and use the unstrained lumps to flatten out and dehydrate for 12 hours at 60 degrees.
Step 5: Place the beef mince into the middle of the bowl and place an egg yolk on top.
Step 6: Add psyllium husk and kelp powder to your broth, mix, and then pour around the meat in the bowl.
Step 7: Beat the egg whites until soft peaks form, then place in the broth.
Step 8: Garnish with strawberries, blueberries, green banana, beetroot, carrot tops, dehydrated bean broth, or any of your dog's favourite fresh ingredients.
Serve to your special pup and watch them enjoy their nutritious meal all fancied up!
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