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    Lightbulb What's for dinner Ma?

    Just made Ollie's breakfast for the next week or so!

    1 tin of sardines in oil
    Beef mince (oops didn't measure how much)
    1 can of tuna in oil
    2 eggs + shells
    Carrots
    Brocolli
    Beans
    Pumpkin

    Shoved it all in the food processor and ... wollah! A smelly pinkish mixture which immediately pricked Ollie's ears up (hypothetically!)


    I was thinking maybe other members out there could share some interesting recipes their dogs have enjoyed?

    -Emily
    Emily and Ollie (29/10/06)

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    I think I'd drain off that oil next time -- that's very high in calories if the oil was left in, just for future reference!

    I've posted the kind of homecooked stews I make to a couple of recent threads; I think on Caraline's one on homemade meals, so you might find a few relevant ideas there.
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    Thanks Karlin.

    I've read that when feeding fish you should always buy the "In oil" variety because it really helps out with their coats etc. ?
    Emily and Ollie (29/10/06)

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    That looks very scrummy The oil content in that particular meal could be a little high because you have oil from sardines, oil from tuna, plus the minced meat which is high in fat, unless you are mincing your own & trimming off the fat.

    I think the oil in sardines with oil is fine, provided you serve it up with other foods that are low in fats themselves, or you can drain the oil off & put it into other low fat meals.

    So you better tell us how Ollie liked it?
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    The bowl was licked clean in under a minute Caraline!!

    Next time I'll drain the fish first!
    Emily and Ollie (29/10/06)

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    Good to hear Ollie enjoyed his tucker so much.
    ~ Sam, Sonny & Beau ~

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