Melissa's Maltese Doggie Food Recipe

by Melissa
(Orlando, FL, USA)

3 lbs. ground turkey
1 lb ground pork
(meats could be chicken or beef, but my pup is allergic to chicken)
2 packages frozen mixed veggies (check to make sure they are veggies that are acceptable to pups, not harmful, e.g.onions)
2 bags (family-size) boil-in-bag brown rice
Oatmeal
Wheat Germ
Oil

To Prepare:
1. place the frozen veggies in microwave to steam/cook, when done, put them in food processor to finely chop.
2. cook rice according to box directions. (about 10 mins.)
3. put about 4 tblsp of oil in a pan, and brown all the meat together. when it is just about done, sprinkle about 1/4 cup of oatmeal and 1/4 cup of wheat germ and mix it with the meat. the extra juices from the meat will help to absorb the oatmeal and wheat germ, this will only take about 2 mins at the end of cooking the meat.
4. in a big bowl or deep pot, mix together the rice, vegetables and meat mixture and portion out with ice cream scoop, 1 heaping spoonful per meal into Ziploc baggie and freeze.

This recipe has been approved by the National Vet Assn. (dietary dept.).

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Sep 12, 2016
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by: Amber

You don't add any omega 3 oil or calcium to the recipe

Apr 25, 2016
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Love the ice cream scoop portions.. NEW
by: Terry

Has to be grain free for my little, but love the Ice Cream Scoop Servings suggestion.

Apr 28, 2015
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by: Anonymous

MY Maltese is allergic to chicken too. I was told not to use turkey because it's too close to chicken. My Maltese love beef and pork and beef liver. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

Mar 16, 2015
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by: Katie

This sounds great! I hope to try it soon.

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