When I transitioned Sophie from Scientific Formula (the garbage the previous owner fed her), I cooked white rice with some oil and salt-free chicken stock. I added peas, lettuce, carrots, cucumber, and tiny bits of Fromm kibble.Anyone have updates they can share regarding Home Cooking? I'm thinking of switching the boys to foods we prepare from scratch. I had considered S&C freeze dried, but I'm seeing a couple of ingredients that I'm allergic too, so I wouldn't be able to handle the food for preparation, unfortunately (blueberries is one of those ingredients). Anyway, I'd love to boost this thread and get some ideas. Wilson and Cooper have super sensitive stomachs. Thanks y'all!
Fast forward today, her Breakfast and Dinner consist of:
1 teaspoon of unsalted oatmeal
2 tablespoon of dry Fromm kibble
1 tablespoon of wet I and love and you (has precut tiny cubes of food and veggies). Sprouts often have them on sale for $1.35 per can.
2 snow peas
2 teaspoon of filtered water
Her snacks are usually vegetables and/or fruits: she loves Korean pears and apple slices.
Every now and then, I mix it up and add boiled beef/turkey/chicken to her meals.
I don't add any supplements or vitamins. The canned and dry foods that I give her already have a sufficient amount of nutrients already added in.
Her stools are regular and she never has indigestion. Her breath doesn't smell foul or like dog food (just a neutral vegetable smell).