Welcome to how to dehydrate pet food! 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! But it comes with a 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, and I decided—right then and there—that I would learn how to make my dog food! Why? There were rumors going around that a major dog food company had record product recalls; pets were dying from tainted food. Well, not on my watch!
About once a month, usually on a Saturday morning for me, I make this nutritious homemade dog chow. It takes 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 here's why we dehydrate her Chicken Chow so she'll have emergency food on hand.
My dog eats the mixture "as is" meaning wet, and not dehydrated, but sometimes when I've made a batch, I roll up spoonfuls of the tasty mix and dehydrate them! They actually look like chicken nuggets when they're done!
I store her food in those reusable plastic tubs (with lids) that are left over from my roast beef and turkey tubs! I freeze them, and take one out as needed. I don't give her the food straight from the refrigerator; I warm it up a little in the microwave. Not too hot! Just enough to take away the coldness.
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.
"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
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Be prepared for lottsa wagging tails
and plenty o' face lickin's.
Please feel free to send in your cat and dog food recipes! Please visit our cat and dog food pages: Dog Treats and Cat Treats.
At the bottom of the page, there's a special area for you to send in your recipe.
We add our thanks here to Raschell, Jackie and Kathy, who took time to send in their treats! Thanks gals!
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Thank you for taking the time to read how to dehydrate pet food. You know what? Your doggie will absolutely love this Chicken Chow. It tastes so good. Don't forget, it's totally safe for pets because it's totally fine for we humans to eat too.
Full of meaty goodness, butternut squash and millet and quinoa. Just remember not to cook the millet and quinoa in the pressure cooker because of the foam it puts off. I don't want your house to explode when the pressure cooker's valve gets blocked!
If you want your pooch to have lovely bright eyes and a shiny coat, then you know what I'm gonna say... I couldn't believe how great my dog looked. She was so happy to have been rescued and loved. She was also over the moon at being fed the "best dog food on the planet," so she says - wink wink.
Please do your dog a favor and get your hands on this eBook today. It's also available as a paperback too. You'll learn all about the right quantites of special vitamins and bone meal to add to the chicken chow mixture.
Reminder: Be prepared for lottsa wagging tails and plenty o' face lickin's.
Read more about the eBook here.
The link above will take you to "Make Nutritious Dog Food" where you check out what dog owners have said. Such as? Their dog's poo doesn't stink since switching over to this chicken chow recipe. They also state that it costs less than the fancy delivery service meals.
Susan Gast began Easy Food Dehydrating in December 2010. Read Susan's story of what sparked her interest in all things related to "food dehydrating."
Susan is featured on Mother Earth News blog, and on Solo Build It (SBI) who host this site along with her sister site, Finally-Keto. Read her first SBI interview, and her second SBI interview. Susan also runs an additional SBI website: SusanGast.com - Non-Fiction Author - and showcases many of the books she's created and marketed over the years.
Since 1980, Susan's involvement in publishing - in one form or another - led her to create a "review site" of products related to the publishing industry. Visit ePubTechReviews today.
Do you want to send Susan a quick message? Visit her contact page here. She'd love to hear from you!