However, you should never use raw tubers for recipes with potatoes as dog food. Only boiled potatoes are allowed in the dog bowl. Raw potatoes are also incompatible for humans. It is also best to add meat and other vegetables or eggs to the potato dishes for your four-legged friend. So you can make balanced, versatile dog food yourself.
Lamb and potato stew with beetroot
The lamb-potato stew is relatively lean, so that dogs with overweight can also taste it. The preparation is quite simple and if you make a little more yourself, you can eat it yourself. However, it is important not to add spices or salt to dog food.
Cut 500 grams of lamb, three floury potatoes and a pre-cooked beetroot into small pieces. Put the potatoes in a pot with the meat and add about one litre of water. Bring to the boil and simmer over medium heat for 20 minutes. Pour off the excess water and mix the stew with the beetroot pieces.
Making your own dog food recipe for gourmets
Dogs love liver sausage and together with mashed potatoes it becomes not only a delicacy for them, but a complete menu. This dog food can easily be made by yourself, but is not for chubby four-legged friends.
Peel three to four medium sized floury potatoes, chop them up and cook in water for 20 minutes. Mash them with a teaspoon of butter and 500 millilitres of milk to puree and mix in 200 grams of fine liver sausage.
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