Welcome to our dehydrating pet food page. Storing food for long-term isn't just for humans!
Make sure you not only feed your dog delicious and nutritious dog food make sure to dehydrate blobs of it to make doggie biscuits. Put the dehydrated doggie biscuits into vacuum-sealed pouches. Keep the pouches safe for emergency use.
Re-hydrate the biscuits later to make wet food again. Works like magic!
But first, you have to learn HOW to make this delicious doggie dinner! Here's where to buy the eBook that details it all! WARNING: Your pooch will smother you with kisses.
Way back in 2008, my husband and I were out swimming when we noticed this tiny dog on our patio, wistfully looking towards us. However, when 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). 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! Why? This was around the time of major dog food recalls – pets were dying from tainted food ... so ... about once a month, usually on a Saturday morning for me, I get going making this nutritious homemade dog chow. 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.
And this is why we dehydrate her Chicken Chow so she'll have emergency food on hand.
My dog eats the mixture "as is", but sometimes when I've made a batch, I roll up spoonfuls of the tasty mix and dehydrate them! They remind me of chicken nuggets when they're done!
As mentioned at the top of the page, these 'nuggets' are great to store for the long-term. Follow our vacuum-sealing instructions here and remember to add an oxygen absorber prior to vacuum-sealing the pouch sealed.
Get your hands on this eBook today.
Be prepared for lottsa wagging tails
and plenty o' face lickin's.
At the bottom of the page, there's a special area for you to send in your recipe.
Is your dog drooling to have its photo featured showing us how much he/she enjoys your homemade doggie meals? Do you have a great recipe? Share it!
Your recipe will be posted "auto-magically" and you'll have your very own recipe and webpage featuring your dog's favorite food!