This is a tasty, nutritious, complete and balanced dog food recipe that you can make at home using our Migos Dog All in One Supplement Powder. It’s super easy and can be made all in one pot.
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Ingredients to make 1lb of dog food
- 7oz boneless chicken thighs fat removed
- 1oz of chicken liver
- 2oz of carrots chopped
- 2oz kale chopped
- 4oz cooked brown rice
- 5g Migos Dog Supplement Powder
- 0.5 g potassium chloride / salt
- 3g high oleic safflower oil
Ingredients to make 5lbs
- 2.2lbs of boneless chicken thighs, skin removed, chopped
- 5oz chicken liver chopped
- 10oz raw kale finely chopped (I use a food processor)
- 10oz carrots chopped
- 10oz / 1.5 cup uncooked brown rice
- 18 fl oz / 2.5 cups of water
- 25g / 5 tsp Migos Dog Supplement Powder
- 15g / 3.5 tsp high oleic safflower oil
- ½ tsp of salt (potassium Chloride)
I’m making this dog food using an instant pot to save time, but if you don’t have one you can just use a large saucepan.
Add the chopped chicken thighs, chicken liver, brown rice, carrots and water to the instant pot. Cook at high pressure or “stew’" setting for 10-15 minutes. There will still be some liquid, but once it cools down it will get absorbed by the rice.
Once cooked, I add in the finely chopped kale at the end so it doesn’t lose the nutrients. Because it’s hot still they get soft and simmer down a bit gently.
Stir in your Migos Dog Supplement powder, pinch of salt (potassium chloride) and safflower oil at the end.
It takes a couple of minutes to defrost before you pull them out of their popsicle holder, sometimes I dunk them in some hot water to speed it up. Let your dog enjoy licking these popsicles away, and make sure they don’t eat the plastic popsicle stick!!
This recipe has 34 kcal per oz
Here is a feeding guideline from the Animal Medical Center of Chicago
So just look at how much your dog weighs and how many calories are recommended and divide it by 34 and you will get the amount of oz’s to feed your dog per day. The feeding guideline calculations below are based on an adult neutered dog per day feeding amount. These are just guidelines and they change on different factors such as age, activity level, health issues etc. It’s always best to consult your vet or pet nutritionist.
*The recipe above makes 5lbs. There are 16oz per lb. so this recipe makes 80oz which is approx. 12 US cups
5lb dog / 208 calories per day = approx. 6oz per day = just under 1 cup
10lb dog / 349 kcal day = 10oz / 1.5 cups
20lb dog / 586 kcal day = 17oz = 2 cups (approx 1lb of fresh food per day)
40lb dog / 986 kcal day =29 oz = 4.2 cups
80lb dog / 1659 kcal day = 49 oz = 7 cups