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What are the home made foods one can give to their dogs? I am a veggie so what options do I have?

What are the home made foods one can give to their dogs? I am a veggie so what options do I have?
By Ankush Mehra · 02 Mar 2011 1:55 pm


By chollen · 03 Mar 2011 7:51 am
your dog will struggle ,,, he will need calcium,,, i prefer royal canin,, it is made out of chicken and milk especially for pups....if u want your dog to have a healthy growth,lil sacrifice is needed,, good luck mate
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By Ankush Mehra · 03 Mar 2011 1:52 pm
I don't mind giving it RC or other brands. but what I meant was instead of giving it boiled chicken or something like that, What can I replace it with. Say by giving 1 or 2 time RC and 1 time home food.? so for that 1 time what can I give?
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By chollen · 03 Mar 2011 5:40 pm
usually pups get pampered easily........ so once u starts giving home made food to your pup ,if he likes it the taste better than royal canin then he will end up asking for the home made food only,, but it depends on the breed also,, i prefer u give him egg and other vegetables,,,, hope it helps
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By Delusion Angel · 04 Mar 2011 12:32 pm
Dogs are essentially carnivorous and their dietary needs are very different from ours. Keeping them on a strictly vegetarian diet may lead to an increase in alkaline levels in their urine which will lead to urinary tract infections etc. It is not impossible to keep them on a vegetarian diet but the best way to do that would be to really do a lot of reading so you know that your dog is getting all the nutrients he/she needs from their diet.

This link might help you get started - https://www.ehow.com/how_5339_ dog-vegetarian-diet.html

Otherwise if it isn't too much of a trouble just feed them the store bought dog food! Good luck!
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By Delusion Angel · 04 Mar 2011 12:34 pm
boiled papaya, potatoes and rice works. maybe some dal. no oil, no salt. it depends of the breed.
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By sindhoor · 04 Mar 2011 3:49 pm
Rice and veggies are a good option. Among veggies stay away from onions, grapes and grape products (resins), tomatoes and garlic. Papaya, pumpkin, carrots, beans, mashed peas, spinach are good veggies. While apples are good too, make SURE to remove the seeds. Apple seeds contain small quantities of cyanide that is very dangerous for dogs.

Take care of protein and calcium. Calcium will come with milk and soy chunks and egg whites will give necessary protein. Ragi is also a good substitute for rice, since it contains protein as well.

Depends on the age of your puppy. If your puppy is in a rapidly growing age, then stick to puppy food like RC. If your puppy is nearly adult weight, then consider home food.

Home food is good :) We put love and care into the food we cook which no packaged food can give. So, depending on age of the dog, you can decide if you want to introduce home food. There are several different theories on this and none of the studies are conclusive. So you have to do what your gut tells you is best for your doggie.Just make sure that during growing days, your dogs nutritional needs are taken care of.
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By Ankush Mehra · 04 Mar 2011 3:58 pm
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