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Fresh Dog Food Recipe Inspired by Spot & Tango

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Beef Inspired by Spot & Tango*

Dog Food Recipe

Key Ingredient

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Perfect Dog Food Mix

Ingredients

ground beef millet spinach eggs
1 lb 1 Tbps 1 Tbps 1
parsley apple cider vinegar yumwoof mix
½ tsp ½ tsp ⅓ cup

* We are not affiliated with Spot & Tango, and Spot & Tango was not involved in formulating this homemade dog food recipe. This recipe was formulated by Yumwoof Natural Pet Food with ingredients from Spot & Tango's Beef & Millet fresh food recipe on their website.

⏱️ 30 minutes
🦴 7 ingredients

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About This Recipe

This fresh homemade dog food recipe is inspired by Spot and Tango UnKibble. If you're looking to make something similar to spot and tango recipes at home, give this a try.

Spot and Tango gets great reviews, but it's very expensive. Now you can get similar nutrition to Spot and Tango UnKibble beef recipe at a much lower cost using our Perfect Dog Food Mix.

How To Make It

STEP 1

Heat oven to 250°F.

STEP 2

In a large roasting pan, combine the ground meat, eggs and Yumwoof Mix.

STEP 3

Bake for 40 minutes. Let cool for 30 minutes.

STEP 4

Store in sealed container. Stays fresh refrigerated for 3 days, and in the freezer for up to 6 months.

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Guaranteed Analysis

Based on dry matter statistics as prepared according to our recipe. May vary due to natural differences in your local ingredients.

as-fed dry matter
crude protein (min.) 23% 56%
crude fat (min.) 10% 25%
net carbs (max.) 10% 24%
crude fiber (max.) 1% 2%
minerals as ash (max.) 2% 4%
moisture (max.) 59% -

Feeding Guidelines

For feeding amounts based on your dog's weight, see the chart on this page.