Dog Food — Chicken Chow — Home Made!
download today beautiful full-color .pdf ...
enough to make your dog drool ...
Dog Food —
Chicken Chow —
beautiful full-color .pdf ...
enough to make
your dog drool ...
Make Your Own Dog Food?
Make Your Own
Yes, you can, and in our downloadable full color .pdf, we'll show you just how easy it is too! Doesn't your dog deserve the very best food? After all, you only eat what's good for you. Why should your dog not experience the same enjoyment? On a recent nail-trimming vet trip, the vet exclaimed "your dog's in perfect health!" I just smiled inwardly knowing that's due to her diet. You see, our dog is lean, (but not mean), has a lovely shiny coat, and bright eyes.
Our Chicken Chow has the protein of real chicken (or beef) with millet and quinoa. We add fresh veggies such as carrots, celery, and sweet potatoes! And for added enjoyment: wide egg noodles. Also included in the recipe are which four simple vitamins we add to the mix to ensure your dog's good health. This food is so good that even YOU can eat it!
Our Dog Loves Her Chicken Chow!
It's easy to make, all you need
is a saucepan and a pressure cooker. Don't have (or want) a pressure
cooker? No problem.
Just pre-cook your chicken as if you were cooking if
for yourself (minus salt, pepper etc.) and cut it into tiny pieces.
Then use a large saucepan for the rest of the recipe.
Feed Your Dog Fantastic Food
Feed Your Dog
our .pdf today to your computer. Make a vow to give Chicken Chow to your dog — the best dinner he or she has ever had!
"If we measured our affection toward others by
how many nicknames we bestow upon them,
our pets would be the most loved."
— Carrie Brownstein
"If we measured our
affection toward others
by how many
nicknames we bestow
upon them, our pets
would be the
— Carrie Brownstein
Adding Vitamins For Good Health
For Good Health
Learn how much of four simple vitamins are added to our Chicken Chow.
It's all in our beautiful downloadable .pdf ...
get your copy today!
Easy to follow purchasing and download instructions: just follow the prompts.
You can even pay by Credit/Debit card AND/OR PayPal — it's up to you!
Our Min Pin's Favorite Dog Food —
Made with Love!
shown above is a sampling of the actual .pdf
Fagor Pressure Cooker
Stainless Steel 6 quart,
3-in-1 Multi Cooker
Dehydrating Chicken Chow — How Did That Turn Out?
Chicken Chow —
How Did That Turn Out?
In the photo I decided to dehydrate some of the chicken chow. Worked like a charm!
Simply add teaspoon-sized blobs of our recipe onto a solid sheet on your dehydrator. Dehydrate until dry. Store for the long-term. The dehydrated Chicken Chow re-hydrated very well too!
This is good to know so that your dog doesn't go hungry in a state of an emergency.
Here It Is After Re-Hydrating – Perfect Results!
Here It Is After Re-Hydrating –
From your friends at Easy Food Dehydrating
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Chicken Chow - Homemade Dog Food
Feb 15, 17 03:58 PM
Find out just how long I think long-term is and why another alternative isn't such a bad idea! See page 32 FAQ.
Feb 15, 17 03:56 PM
JJ wants to know if Mylar bags can be used for stowing food instead of Mason jars - also can she use reusable canning lids - read more here on page 32 FAQ.
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