Dehydrating Pet Food

Feasts Fit for Fido and Fifi!

Chicken, Beef, and Pork Make Perfect Pet Treats!

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POOCH TREATS &
FURRY FELINE TREATS

Mmm Chicken Chow so good!
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Why We Are Dehydrating Pet Food at Home

My husband and I were out swimming when we noticed this tiny dog on our patio, looking over at us.

Whenever we attempted to get close to her, she'd run off. It was about a month later, on my father's 80th birthday, that the little doggie needed help (huge tick on her ear which we immediately had removed) and this time, she didn't run away and she gladly let us help her! We drove around our local streets asking if anyone had a missing pooch – but no-one laid claim.

We then adopted this fantastic Miniature Pinscher, I decided right then and there that I would learn how to make my own dog food! Now, about once a month, usually on a Saturday morning for me, I get going, and it takes me about two hours from start to finish.


Turns out, she loves chicken, beef, and pork – and I use a pressure cooker to prepare this for her.

See How To Make It!

Details on how to make this super dog food is in the link in the colored callout box below, and I want to add that you can make it from my dehydrated vegetables, AND it can be dehydrated AFTER it's made for long-term emergency storage ... don't let your pet go hungry!



click the link just below or  click our Min Pin's Photo
at the top of the page to see how you can make

Chicken Chow
our Min Pin's Favorite Food!

Send In YOUR Recipes!

Please feel free to send in your cat and dog food recipes by visiting our cat and dog food pages - Pooch Treats and Furry Feline Treats.

But even if you're NOT entering right now, definitely click on the two links POOCH TREATS and FURRY FELINE TREATS to see what recipes other visitors have sent in!




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