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Turkey, Pumpkin & Corn Dog Food

Turkey homemade dog food

Add Azestfor Vitamins to your home cooked dog food

Ingredients
7 ounces (1 cup) turkey, cooked
1 cup pumpkin, (plain, canned)
1 cup corn, cooked
4 teaspoons Azestfor Vitamins 

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes Ground Turkey (3 hours whole Turkey bird)
Servings: 2

Yield:
This recipe will yield approximately 3 cups of food. Equating to 599 calories (Kcals) Approximately enough servings of food for one day for an 20 lb dog to maintain weight.

This Easy Homemade Dog Food recipe is a great Thanksgiving treat for your dog. It is made with turkey, pumpkin and corn to capture the holiday. This meal is ideal for weight sensitive dogs and dogs looking to maintain a healthy coat.

Preparation of Homemade Dog Food with Pumpkin:

Easy Homemade Dog Food Ingredients turkey corn pumpkin vitamins

Step 1:

Cooking Turkey for Dogs

Put ground turkey in pan- cover in water. Cook 20 minutes.

Alternatively cook the whole turkey bird by roasting it. Approximate cook time at 350 degrees 3 hours.

It is important that all bones are removed from the cooked turkey.

Let the turkey cool than dice the turkey into bit size chunks. Shredding it is also fine. The turkey is cooked when the juices inside run clear.

Roast turkey and carve meat into bite sizes removing bone

Step 2:

Add Pumpkin to Dog Food Recipe

Choose plain canned pumpkin with no added sugar or spices. Ok to substitute squash cook it to make it digestible.

Cook pumpkin in water

Step 3:

Add Corn to Turkey Dog Food Recipe

Place a small to medium pot on the stove and fill it with no more than 1 or 2 inches of water. Bring the water to a rolling boil. It’s important not to put enough water in the pot to completely cover the corn. Add the frozen loose corn. Let the corn cook until tender and heated thru. Never give a dog a corn cob - it can become a choking hazard.

Combine cooked pumpkin turkey and corn

Step 4:

Add vitamins to homemade turkey dog food

When the meat, pumpkin and corn are cool to touch you can add the Azestfor nutritional supplements.

Heat destroys the potency of vitamins.

Add Azestfor homemade dog food vitamins to make the meal complete and balanced

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Instructional Video Easy Homemade Dog Food:

Storage

The recipe can be prepared in large batches and frozen. It will keep for up to a year in the freezer, or one week in the fridge.

Freezing vitamins preserves their potency. I would recommend portioning the food into meal size servings before freezing it.

To defrost a frozen meal – put it in the fridge overnight.

dog resting on yellow chair

Feeding Guidelines:
We suggest dividing the daily amount into two servings, one in the morning and one in the evening. Every dog’s nutritional requirements are a little bit different due to age & amount of exercise. If your dog is losing weight, increase food by 1/4 cup a day, if they are gaining weight reduce accordingly.

Weight of Dog and Amount of Food Per Day To Feed To Maintain Weight

5 lbs - 1 cup (7 oz) per day

10 lbs -1 3/4 cups (12.4 oz) per day

15 lbs - 2 1/3 cups (17 oz) per day

20 lbs - 3 cups (21 oz) per day

30 lbs - 4 cups (28 oz) per day

40 lbs - 5 cups (35 oz) per day

50 lbs - 5 3/4 cups (41.5 oz) per day

60 lbs - 6 1/2 cups (47.5 oz) per day

70 lbs - 7 1/2 cups (53 oz) per day

80 lbs - 8 cups (59 oz) per day

90 lbs - 9 cups (64 oz) per day

dog yawning outside

Shopping Check List:
Turkey
Pumpkin
Corn
Azestfor Homemade Dog Food Vitamins
Freezer bags or other storage containers

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2 comments

Feb 06, 2020 • Posted by Deborah Hill

They say here on the website, if you want to add the vitamins at serving time, to use 1.25 tsp. Per cup of food. I have an 8 pound Maltese. I’m starting with 1/2 tsp. Per cup this first week, then I’ll malt with 1 tsp. Per cup next week. My question: does it contain taurine?

Mar 03, 2018 • Posted by Virginia Moncur

We bought the vegetable based formula from Amazon and ca’t figure out how much to feed our 4 dogs or how to use it. I make their food using ground turkey breat, peas, carrots, 1 egg, and brow rice. I bake it like a meatloaf and grind it up because 3 don’t have very many teeth. The are 16 years – 4.5 lbs, 14 years 6.5 lbs, 12 years old – 6.5 lbs and 9 years old 6 lbs. They are chihuahua mixes. Do we sprinkle the mixture on their food – how much do we use. Two have heart murmurs so could you tell me the salt content? Thanks.

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