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Unless I've added some sardines, I usually lick the spoon when cooking up a batch of Furoshnikov's.  Sometimes it tastes so good I'm tempted to make something else for our dog, Sadie, and serve the Furoshnikov's to my husband!

- JoAnne Tomczak, President, Furoshnikov's Formulas
 

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Homemade Dog Food in 3 Easy Steps! Print E-mail

Using Our Dinner Mix

1. Cook the organic rice and carrots.
2. Add your leftover or "planned-over" meat or poultry, some vegetable oil or fat, and supplement with Furoshnikov's Vitamins & Minerals for Home-Cooked Dog Food (included).
3.
Serve your canine companion a balanced, preservative-free, homemade meal.
   Click here for detailed preparation instructions.

Cooking From Scratch

1.
Gather up your leftover or "planned-over" grains, veggies, meat or poultry, and some vegetable oil or fat.
2.
Supplement with Furoshnikov's Vitamins & Minerals for Home-Cooked Dog Food.
3.
Serve your canine companion a balanced, preservative-free, homemade meal.
   Click here for a detailed recipe.

Limit the amount of skin or fat and fancy sauces that you add to your dog's meals. Avoid onions at all times as they can be toxic for dogs. Avoid any ingredients that your dog does not tolerate well.

Please consult your veterinarian or a qualified veterinary nutrition practitioner if you are considering a diet change for a sick or injured dog.

 
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