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Pet Food Recipe: Chicken, Peas and Rice

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This is a user-submitted pet food recipe and has not been tested. Please check your pet's dietary and nutritional requirements with a veterinarian before using this recipe.

This is a healthy and light recipe that is easy on your dog/cats stomach. I make this for my dog. The cat is interested only in the chicken.



Boil chicken in one pot, carrots and peas in another. We don't want cross contamination. Drain liquids.

Chop chicken and carrots into small bites (depending on pet size). Add to cooked rice and serve.

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Cross-contaminate cooked

By kim12345 on August 22

Cross-contaminate cooked food? That seems weird. Chicken and veggies are cooked together all the time without fear of cross-contamination.

my puppy is 30 lbs and on a

By Pamela sand

my puppy is 30 lbs and on a calulator he is expected to be around 6o lbs . He is a pit cane corso mix. I want to feed him this but how much of each do i feed? I feed hiim 3xdaily and at 6mo i will feed 2x daily.

Puppies require a special

By Almanac Staff

Puppies require a special diet to help their development; what might be good for an adult dog, might not provide the right nutrition for a puppy. Also, each animal, even when of the same breed and age, may have different feeding requirements.

We'd recommend that you consult a veterinarian about whether this recipe provides all the nutrients that your growing puppy needs, and if so, what the correct amount is per serving, and how often to serve it. The vet should also be able to work with you to develop a complete homemade diet plan that is best for your dog.

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