Homemade Chicken Stew For Dogs

Preparation time
10 mins
Cooking time
15 mins
Pet Category
Dog
Serves
4 meals
Meal type
Main
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2000 gram
chicken
2 pcs
apple
2 cup
red cabbage
2 cup
spinach
5 pcs
eggs
2 tbsp
olive oil
Homemade Chicken Stew For Dogs

You could never go wrong with a good homemade chicken stew that will leave your dog feeling warmth and loved in his/her tummy as well as the benefits that comes with such a sumptuous meal!

Chicken is a very versatile protein and packed with great flavors. Hence, this stew will be perfect for those picky eaters who absolutely dislikes vegetables. Combining chicken organs such as hearts and livers will benefit your pup greatly. Remember to remove as much fat such as chicken skin because they require a lean protein diet.

In this recipe, you are more than welcomed to explore other vegetables as long they are cooked thru, as vegetables are much harder for dogs to digest.

This recipe could also be used for raw diets, however you must be certain the meat you are buying is fresh and handled well.

Tips: Blend up all cooked vegetables for better digestion.

Caution: DO NOT feed your dog cooked bones and when treating them to a raw bone, always keep them under your watchful eye!

 

  1. Cut chicken into smaller parts, suitable for your pot size and clean it well as you remove the skin.
  2. Clean and chop vegetables in smaller pieces to allow them to cook thru better. Removing of apple skin is recommended due to food wax that coats it.
  3. Heat up your pot of water and bring it to a boil as you begin to cook the chicken. Let it simmer till cooked.
  4. Add in the vegetables and fruits, allow it to cook for 2-3 minutes.
  5. Remove pot from stove. While it is still hot, stir in the 5 beaten eggs and 2 tablespoons of olive oil.
  6. Separate vegetables and fruits from pot and blend them well before mixing it back in the pot. (Recommended)

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