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janet   Bethlehem, PA

5/17/2012 4:13:42 AM

good article, thank you

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Kim   Idaho Falls, ID

11/13/2010 8:09:58 AM

I have just started to make my own dog food since my schnauzer was diagnosed with bladder stones. I found the best recipes at AllRecipes.com. I have read that dogs need 1/3 protein and 2/3 vegetables and grains so that is what I have been trying to stick to. You will find some great recipes for peanut butter treats at that site also - my dogs love them!

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Karla   Somerville, MA

6/7/2010 3:27:11 PM

What I'd like to see is recipes. I've been cooking for my dog (a Cavalier spaniel) since we adopted him, making ground meat, brown rice and various veggies for him. I've never found from anyone else what the proportions should be, or even what method of cooking is recommended. Anyone know where to find recipes, or anyone want to share their dogs favorites?

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eva   hemet, CA

6/18/2009 10:57:24 PM

i found this web page just in time. my 15 year old Border Collie has cancerous tumors in her throat, and is refusing to eat her regular food, so i'm hoping to try homemade dog food (pureed) so she can swallow it. :) thanks everyone ! & pray for "LUCY" :)

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Vicky   Sioux Falls, SD

1/17/2009 8:54:07 AM

This article is exactly what I was looking for a simple list of things you commonly have in your home that dogs can have.

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Molly   Williston, VT

8/23/2008 11:34:31 AM

We put my dog on the most expensive dog food you can buy but he got sick of it soon and stopped eating and was losing lots of weight hes a huge golden retriever the biggest i have ever seen and he should way at the least 105 pounds but he dropped down to 80. My poor 2 year old baby was dieing and he had allergies we think its grains and rice and flour and such. So we give him boiled chicken or raw beef or beef liver and ground up vegetables and a spoonful of yogurt and sometimes some peanut butter with blueberries. This diet saved my dogs life and is pretty in expensive.

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Kayla   Deltona, FL

11/14/2007 9:32:40 PM

Thanks for the list of food to use and to avoid.

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Bianca   Cosby, TN

10/15/2007 9:16:00 AM

Thanks , DogChannel! I just printed this off, because me and a friend are looking for safe foods to put in dogfood/treats. We are going to sell them at Church. We will be sure to congradulate DogChannel!

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Mychelle   Villa Hills, KY

7/21/2007 1:56:53 PM

One more thing. Potatos are not good for them either.

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Mychelle   Villa Hills, KY

7/21/2007 1:55:35 PM

Garlic in any form is not good for dogs!!!!!!!!! I work at a vet. So apparently you haven't run all this by a vet. Also, where I work they don't agree with the raw meat "diet".

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Tina   Charlton, MA

6/21/2007 7:30:23 AM

This is very helpful.I've been wanting to switch my dog to a homemade diet,but kept getting conflicting advice from other sites.I trust the dogchannel so I will do with this.Thanks

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