You will need
- - meat products;
- - groats;
- - vegetables;
- - greens.
Take the meat or offal and rinse them thoroughly. Feeding puppies you can't use pork, because it is very greasy. Make sure to remove all small bones and their fragments, the puppy will not hurt the stomach. If you use by-products, then take them 1.5 times more than meat because they have less value to the body. Pour meat products with water and boil, then remove the broth and boil thoroughly. In the broth add a little iodized salt. Offal cooked in two times less than meat.
Take cereals: oat, wheat, buckwheat, barley, rice or millet. It should be about forty percent of the total dishes. Oat and barley grains can cause stomach problems, so they definitely need to add other names. Uncrushed wheat and barley in most dogs cause indigestion, so the puppy is better not to give.
You can cook porridge from several types of cereals. For example, take one quarter of rice, millet, barley and buckwheat groats. Add them to the boiling broth and cover with water. Porridge for puppies (and adult dogs too) should be cooked twice as long than for people. Therefore, fluids need to add more.
At the end of cooking add the porridge a few tablespoons of vegetable oil. It is possible to replace a small piece of butter, but be careful, because butter can cause diarrhea. When the dish is ready, scoop it with a spoon: porridge needs to fall off her lump and not draining. Only in this case the food will be suitable for dogs. If the porridge is watery, cook it a little longer.
In a separate pan, saute fresh vegetables. You can take carrots, beets, pumpkin or turnip. Add them to already cooked porridge. Also to add a little fresh chopped greens: dill, parsley, cilantro, spinach or carrot tops. Then all the products you need to mix, cool and then give to the dog.
Meat products for meals should be no fat.
In porridge, you can add and wild herbs: dandelion or nettle.