How to make it

  • First make the Healthy Powder:
  • Mix all ingredients in a 1 quart container that has a lid.
  • Cover and refrigerate.
  • This can be added to any dog or cat food as follows:
  • 1-2 teaspoons per day for a cat or small dog;
  • 2-3 teaspoons per day for medium dogs;
  • 1-2 tablespoons per day for large dogs.
  • Now the Food:
  • Put the oats in a saucepan and cover twice as deep with water or broth.
  • Bring to a boil, turn off the heat and let sit about 10 minutes.
  • When the oats are soft, but still hot, mix in the eggs.
  • After it coagulates, add remaining ingredients and serve warm.
  • Immediately refrigerate leftovers, tightly sealed.
  • Feeding Regimen:
  • Small dog (15 lbs or less) Recipe makes 3-10 day's supply.
  • Medium (20 to 40 lbs) Recipe makes 1-2 day's supply.
  • Large (50 lb and up) Multiply recipe 3-5 times to make 2 day's supply

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  • hellcatzach 10 years ago
    My neighbor has a dog that has kidney problems, and was prescribed by a vet to become vegetarian. The dog is healthy and lively, and has been a vegetarian for 6 years. However, the dog lives on vegetarian dog-food and not human food. I am skeptical about feeding plant fibers to dogs that their digestive systems may not be able to process.
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  • anntrix626 10 years ago
    Despite popular belief- dogs and cats are not meant to digest or consume vegetables. Their GI tract cannot handle to digestive needs required to breakdown high quantities of fiber in an all veggie diet. Dogs and cats are carnivores! They require high levels of protein. With advances in the pet food industry there are many healthy, balanced diets out on the market for pet owners to choose the right diet for their pets needs without the time consuming task to make a diet for their beloved pet. Let’s face it- it's a busy, fast paced life and we as a human race have trouble eating healthy ourselves- why make it harder for our beloved pets to eat a healthy balanced meal. Please consult with your veterinarian before making any dietary changes to your pet’s diet. Please consider that many pets may have sensitive stomachs, allergies to certain products, and the effects with certain medications that your pet may be taking.
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  • midgelet 10 years ago
    interesting, thanks very much.
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