Comments on Dog Food Company Shares Spot’s Stew Recipe

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Regina   St. Simons Island, GA

12/31/2011 4:22:00 AM

I found the same problem as Katherine of WA. I spent hours cooking the Stew and ended up with a very liquidy puree or soup. Can this be rescued by adding some kind of thickener? And what should I do differently next time?

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Angelia   San Mateo, CA

2/14/2011 9:32:53 PM

I skim off the fat, save the broth and mix broth back in to warm it up on the stove to bring it to room temperature before feeding it to my puppy that has health problems since coming from a puppy farm. She is thriving well, and has a beautiful coat. If cooked in presure cooker you only need about 3 cups of water. And make sure cooked til bones crumble when pressed by a spoon. Otherwise where are you getting the calcium they need.

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Angelia   San Mateo, CA

2/14/2011 9:22:22 PM

If you put this in a pressure cooker with a whole chicken, liver, gizzards, liver included, leave out the garlic, for about two to three hours, the bones will become soft and safe so the dog gets the marrow and calcium from the bones and you don't have to debone, and it becomes more of a complete nutritional meal. Add the kelp and and efa or fish ( salmon) oil after cooled down to feed to the dog or cat. The dogs do not need the grains, it's a filler, the are carniviours

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Susan   Coral Springs, FL

12/19/2010 7:30:20 AM

i have cooked spot stew for my shih tzus for a couple of years now. recently I heard that garlic was not good for dogs. is this true?

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Katherine   Mercer Island, WA

12/5/2010 2:49:26 PM

Confused much does this recipe yield?Is the puree just the vegetables and chicken and some broth to make a nice
I used exact portions and pureed the vegetables in the stock and it was very ,very thin soup..not stew like at all. Please clarify if there is broth not used ...


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Diana   toronto, AS

11/10/2010 9:38:53 AM

Isn't that amount of garlic toxic for a dog, even in rations?

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Lauren   Jacksonville, FL

11/27/2009 8:33:34 AM

I made Spot's stew for my chocolate lab on Thanksgiving and she was begging for seconds! Thanks for the recipe!!!!

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Barbara   N. Grosvenordale, CT

12/30/2008 7:19:07 PM

My 90lb black lab is allegeric to chicken,can I substitute beef or fish in the receipe. What amounts should I put in the stew.

Also, are you planning on coming out with a Beef dry dog food?

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Nancy   Thendara, NY

12/30/2008 6:00:19 AM

Thank you so much for the recipe. I currently feed our 2 labs your dry stew and would like to give them some variety with your recipe. My question is this: According to your feeding guidelines, I should feed each 90 lb. dog in excess of 9 cups of this recipe per day? That doesn't seem possible.


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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

11/28/2008 11:25:39 PM

Sounds pretty good.


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Anna   Maple Grove, MN

11/28/2008 11:28:55 AM

Great article! The recipe sounds delicious (I KNOW my dog would love it!) and healthy too.

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

11/28/2008 7:22:07 AM

Thanks for the recipe!!

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Mason   Arrat, VA

11/28/2008 6:25:35 AM

my dogs would love this

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S   3 Oaks, MI

11/27/2008 5:40:54 PM

Sounds pretty cool...I bet my dog would love this, especially since he loves "people food", of course!

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D   Indy, IN

11/27/2008 1:59:23 PM

Very nice of them to share their recipe!

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belinda   salinas, CA

11/27/2008 11:58:54 AM

sounds easy and tastey for my doggies thanks for sharing

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Cindy   Fallon, NV

11/27/2008 5:32:31 AM

This sounds great for the dogs. I like to give my dogs a healthy treat once in awhile because I love to spoil them.

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