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Doggie Dinner MuttLoaf

6 pounds ground meat , (such as combination of ground turkey, beef cheek;, chicken necks.. etc)
3 pounds ground extra lean ground beef *optional*
1 pound heart meat or liver
1 pounds each of two different vegetables (your choice) dark green leafy vegetable,
spinach, collard greens mustard greens, kale, cabbage the darker the better. Fresh green beans, zucchinis
1 pound of (your choice) carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, pumpkin
1 pound of (your choice) cranberries, blueberries, bananas, apples, papaya
approx. of large container of oatmeal or small star or alphabet cooked noodles instead of oatmeal for binder
6 eggs with shells (
I cook the shells on a 200 oven then grind them with a coffee bean grinder
one teaspoon egg shell powder contains 750 - 800 mg. absorbable calcium)
small container ricotta cheese, cottage cheese or plain yogurt

I also add some spices, a bit of Italian seasoning, sweet basil, parsley, garlic for flavoring.
Throw in a canned mackerel or salmon sometimes.
Grind up organ meat with the eggs in food processor or grinder.
Grind up vegetable , Stir all your ingredients together
You can freeze before you cook , take out when I need one, thaw; and cook.

Bake 350 degrees till done about an hour and 20 minutes for a square cake pan full.
Lesser time for a loaf pan size. When cooled cut it into squares and put in fridge until needed.
I try to serve their first meal when the muttloaf is still warm because the love it best then
and I stick the leftovers in the fridge for another meal

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TUMMY SOOTHER

Boil together I white potato
1 red potato
1 turnip
1 leek
1 sweet potato
Cook the heck out of this mix, use
broth (chicken, beef, veggie, whatever) instead of milk to make the mash. It is very well
tolerated by most and although it provides nutrients it allows the gut time to rest and repair!
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TO ADD WEIGHT

20 pounds ground 70/30 beef or lamb
  2 pounds beef or chicken livers pureed in the blender (gross I know)
12 eggs pureed in the blender
 1-pound bag of cranberries pureed in the blender with the eggs
 2 containers high fat ricotta cheese
 2 cans jack mackerel or Salmon - drained
 2 big cans spinach drained
 1 box total cereal
 1 jar wheat germ
 1 big round box oatmeal
 1 can of pumpkin
 2 cups unsweetened applesauce
Bake at 350 like a meatloaf.
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Fat Balls

1 dozen egg yolks
1 lb jar peanut butter
1 small container oats
1 jar wheat germ
1 lb hamburger
1 package cream cheese

Oats can be soaked in milk or cream first. Put all ingredients in a big bowl and mix.
Roll into 3-inch balls and put in zip lock bags and freeze until needed. Feed 1-2 a day.

Fat balls are not for use with Emaciated dogs.
Care of the emaciated dog
http://www.thepetcenter.com/imtop/recovery.html

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DOGGY CASSEROLE

Boil a turkey or some chicken or any other meat that you have
Debone it, and shred it
Boil some rice, green beans, chicken livers, chicken gizzards and hearts in the water from the meat
Boil a dozen eggs and smash them up with the tater smasher or in the blender, shells and all
Add a cup of ground flax seeds
Mix it all together

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PUPPY STEW

8-9 chicken thighs (because it's only one bone in there - easy to de-bone)
3-5 chicken livers
1 yellow squash (you can use fresh or frozen)
2 small zucchini
4 carrots (or frozen or canned low salt)
2 stalks celery
handful of green beans (frozen, fresh or canned)
handful of sweet peas (same as above)
few pieces of broccoli (frozen usually)
two spoonfuls of parsley
two spoonfuls of minced garlic
enough water to cover stuff in large pot
let simmer slow boil for 2 hours
while taking bones and skin off of thighs, dump in two cups of whole
oats (old fashioned oatmeal)
toss meat back in and let simmer with lid for about 15 minutes
using a hand mixer type of thing.. Mix it all up in the pot -- looks like mush :-)
dump into a few bowls and toss in fridge, or smaller bowls and
freezer.
Makes LOTS

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Breakfast Bars:

Boil a turkey and a chicken carcass as for turkey broth
Save the broth
Pick all the meat pieces from the bones
Put 5 pounds bulk thick cut oatmeal in a big bowl
Add the broth and the meat
Add 1 cup desecrated Liver powder
(http://www.leviticus11.com/dl.htm)
Add 1 large container plain yogurt
1 dozen duck eggs or 2-dozen chicken eggs
Mix all together
Cook in large glass rectangle pans at 350 degrees for 2 hours

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Puppy milk replacer

1- can goat milk
2/3 cup water
1 raw egg yolk
1- tsp. light karo syrup
big blob of full fat yogurt [ vanilla]
mix well, with as few bubbles as possible. let sit to let air bubbles settle.
give 1/2 cc per ounce of body weight every 2 hrs.
this was given by sylvia lueck, dvm

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Puppy Nutritious formula

1 can evaporated milk
2 cups of water
2 packages of Knox Gelatin
1 Tablespoon of Heavy Cream (whipping cream)
1 Tablespoon of Honey
2 Egg Yolks (yolks only)

Combine all ingredients in blender and refrigerate. The mixture
will become jello-like when long refrigerated for a while. It will
last, so he said for about one week. I've never kept it that long
though. Just use quantity you wish---I heat in microwave is for
about 10-15 seconds depending on quantity.
 
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Fortified Milk Mix

1 cup or 250 ml of milk
1 teaspoon of honey
1 or 2 teaspoons of flax seed oil
1 raw egg (or 2 egg yolks) - about 60 gm
1 or 2 junket tablets (rennet)
Blend this in a blender (or shake it vigorously in a jar) and let it come to
body temperature as you would a baby's bottle by suspending the container in
hot water. Keep the mixture at body temperature for ten minutes to allow
the junket tablet to work. You could also try adding some vitamin drops
(multi-B and C) - so long as this did not put her off drinking it.
 
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Crock Pot Chicken: (for finicky/sick dogs and nursing females): Take a
whole fryer chicken cut up or any parts of a chicken and put in crock pot
and fill with water until chicken is almost covered. You can add some
garlic cloves and seasoning such as fresh cilantro/parsley and some
veggies. Cook for at least 24 hours or until bones crumble between your
fingers. You'll want to cook this stuff outside or in a shed as it STINKS!
 
Pressure Cooker Chicken:
 
load the cooker with chicken and put about an inch of water in the bottom.
Cook at 10 pounds for 2 hours.  The bones will be mush