No Dog Food? No Problem

The protein can come from hamburger, beef, poultry, eggs, cottage cheese, turkey or fish. Keep away from cold cuts and deli meats. Cheese is high in protein, but it’s also high in salt and fat. Just about any fruit or vegetable is suitable except for grapes. Some experts say dogs should not have onions even if they are cooked and others say they are just fine. Grains and starch include berries, rice, yams, cracked wheat, wild rice, oatmeal, pasta, and at a pinch, bread.
Dogs love eggs, therefore scramble up three or two, divide a slice of bread and add a couple of carrots and breakfast is served. You don’t even have to cook the eggs if you’re short on time.
If you plan on serving your pet’s leftovers, make sure they are superior human leftovers, not the grizzle and fat from a steak with gravy thrown in addition to If you wouldn’t eat it that your dog should not. There’s one exception. Dogs don’t mind if everything is served at the same bowl from salad to entrée to dinner.
Dogs may eat most people food with no problem even as a healthy diet. If you are out of dog food here are a few suggestions.

Bake a potato in the microwave and roughly chop. When it’s cool include a can of tuna fish or a cup of cottage cheese, a few cooked string beans and supper is prepared.
Dogs need roughly 50 percent protein, 25 percent vegetable/fruits, and 25% grain, or starch, in their daily diet. Stick with these proportions and your puppy should be just fine. Stay away from salt, high-fat meals, and processed foods, but that still leaves a lot of choices.
Just how much you feed your puppy is dependent upon how big he is and how active. If you usually feed one regular size can of pet food per meal that’s about a cup and half an hour. Dry pet food is a bit more calorie dense, so a cup of dry dog food would equal about a cup and a third of the food that is fresh.

Cook some quick oatmeal (not the prepackaged, single serving, kind that has too much sugar), add some veggies from your dinner last night and the meat from a couple of chicken legs.
You reach inside the dog food bag and… nothing. You are already dashed, and the kids are late for school, do your puppy pals go thirsty or are there a remedy?

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