Low Fat Chicken Homemade Dog Food Recipe
Low Fat Chicken
Dog Food Recipe
About This Recipe
This low fat chicken homemade dog food recipe is perfect for breeds that require a low fat diet such as Schnauzers or those suffering from certain health issues. Our low fat chicken recipe is great for any dog—even healthy pups, as it's low in saturated fat for long term heart health.
If you're on a budget, chicken is a low cost protein making it possible to feed your dog homemade dog food while keeping it affordable.
This vet approved homemade dog food recipe can be served as a low fat dog food for pancreatitis or gastrointestinal problems. It's a simple two ingredient recipe, helping you keep your dog healthy without too much work!
If you're searching for nutritionally complete homemade dog food, and want the perfect fresh food solution to the question "what can I feed my dog instead of dog food?" then this is for you!
Pancreatitis is sadly one of the fastest growing health issues in dogs today. This recipe is a great way to help prevent it if your dog is at risk. We believe consuming too much dry kibble is a major cause of this growing canine health pandemic. Adding this fresh DIY recipe to your dog's diet can help.
Make This Recipe
How To Make It
Heat oven to 250°F.
In a large roasting pan, combine the ground meat and Yumwoof Mix.
Bake according to the chart below. Let cool for 30 minutes.
|ground chicken||cooking time|
|1 lb||40 min|
|4 lb||1 ½ hours|
|8 lb||2 hours|
Store in sealed container. Stays fresh refrigerated for 3 days, and in the freezer for up to 6 months.
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Based on dry matter statistics as prepared according to our recipe. May vary due to natural differences in your local ingredients.
|crude protein (min.)||25%||58%|
|crude fat (min.)||7%||17%|
|net carbs (max.)||6%||12%|
|crude fiber (max.)||2%||6%|
|minerals as ash (max.)||2%||5%|
Full Nutritional DataSHOW
|Linoleic Acid (omega-6)||3.55%|
|Linolenic Acid (omega-3)||0.65%|
|Vitamin A||51,140.80 IU/kg|
|Riboflavin (vitamin B2)||10.21 mg/kg|
|Niacin (vitamin B3)||192.09 mg/kg|
|Pantothenic Acid||29.97 mg/kg|
|Pyridoxine (vitamin B6)||8.97 mg/kg|
|Vitamin B12||0.06 mg/kg|
|Vitamin D||1,044.33 IU/kg|
|Vitamin E||77.98 IU/kg|
For feeding amounts based on your dog's weight, see the chart on this page.