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I hope the following information is helpful, as It was a request from a few friends on Facebook, To post what I feed my adults and juvenile dogs
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Typical daily meal for our adults & juveniles at Bichon Lovers angels where dreams really do come true. I hope the following information is helpful, as It was a request from friends on Facebook, to post what I feed my adults and juvenile dogs at this Facebook page.
I am not a nutritionist or a veterinarian.
I am a full time Bichon breeder and this is what works best for me and my dogs. If you disagree with any suggestions on the pages a bichonlovers.com please consult a certified homeopathic veterinarian health care professional, for further consultation regarding your pets nutritional needs and health. Many homeopathic veterinarians recommend pets4life. Read about their incredible diet at www.pets4life.net
A typical day for our Bichons diet at Bichon Lovers, consists of pets4life patties, turkey or chicken. We have tried the lamb, beef and salmon, but the turkey and chicken are their favorites.
We supplement with a combination of different raw ingredients from a butcher or grocery store.
Raw Chicken breast, chicken backs or chicken legs, bone in
Raw Chicken necks
Raw Lamb or beef green tripe
Raw Beef Organ meat
Raw Lean ground beef or roast or steak
And the following raw veggies :
And a few misc items :
We get fresh pumpkins from a
Fresh purée home made cooked and then frozen pumpkin
Organic coconut oil
Canned wild Atlantic Salmon (omegas)(teaspoon per
And the following herb mix
Our daddy makes this delicious bone broth for us to eat.
Bone broth full of all natural nutrients from the bones.
We love it so much we beg for more.
Our daddy loves us so much
Here's how my daddy made the bone broth.
I've posted pictures below of bone broth
. Bone broth is great to use when having to give pills. We give ours their vitamins in the bone broth.
Occasionally the adults are fed Raw
unpasteurized goats milk. Our four to
eight week old pups are fed raw goats
milk every day.
We also one egg yoke per adult fluff twice a
The shell is cleaned dried and crush
for a natural calcium vitamin.
What they don't get in the morning they get in the
Most days added to their
food is a tea mixture of the following :
Rooibos Tea for Dogs - Immune System Health, Cancer Inhibitor, Allergy Mediator
Fennel Seeds are rich in dietary fibre, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, rich in vitamins, minerals. They also help protect the body from infection, disease and cancer. Fennel seeds are good for the urinary tract. They also help in the absorption of food stuff - thereby helping to keep your dog’s teeth clean and helping with digestion.
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