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Homemade Dog Food Recipe


Improve your Pet’s Health with Homemade Dog Food.

Homemade dog food may the the answer to your pet’s health problems! Dinovite Dog Supplement company helped Hartke is Online! blog reader, Jeff Schreibman solve his pets dog odor problem. Here is the cooked version of their raw food recipe. If you have a trusted source of grassfed raw meat and pasture raised hen eggs, you will want to make a raw version for extra nutrition.

Homemade Dog Food Recipe

Part 2 of 2 posts

by Guest Blogger, Jeff Schreibman

My dog earned the dubious nickname Odor, because no matter how many baths we gave him, we couldn’t wash away the problem.

See the whole story on today’s related post: Dog Yeast Problem? Fix it with Nutrition.

What follows is the recipe for the baked version of DinoVite’s homemade dog food recipe. Here is a pictogram:

Homemade Dog Food Contains Only Three Ingredients! Ok, Maybe Four.


You’ll have to read on to see the full homemade dog food recipe!

Homemade Dog Food


10 lbs. Ground Beef 80/20 or Chicken Thighs*
*Use boneless if you are cooking the food, otherwise ANY part of the chicken is ok to use INCLUDING the bones
12 cups cooked white balsamic rice
3 dozen hard boiled eggs

1) Place the eggs into a blender and blend to a liquid
2) Mix the ground beef with the cooked rice in a large baking tray
3) Pour the egg mix onto the beef/rice mix and mix everything up, using your hands is probably easiest way
4) Smooth out the ingredients into a loaf
5) Bake at 350 degrees for 20-40 minutes depending how thick your baking tray is (30 minutes good general rule)
6) Let it cool, then scoop it into storage containers. Freeze all but one of them then serve for breakfast and dinner.


Out of the Oven: Odie’s Homemade Dog Food

We sprinkle 2 tablespoons of Dinovite Dog Supplement on his homemade dog food too, which contains flax seed and lots of other pro-biotic supplements.

Try this and I know it will help your dog yeast problem. Thanks and I hope this homemade dog food helps your stinky pet to smell great!

PS. If I were even remotely this methodical and scientific in my OWN diet, I’d be pleased

Jeff Schreibman, is the owner of Reston Tech Wiz who helps companies with SEO and Google Ad Words to increase their online presence. Jeff is Hartke is Online’s Tech Wiz!


  1. I just don’t think that dogs evolved on a grain based diet. I feed my dog a raw meat diet. He is beautiful. His coat is amazing. He never smells. He has never required a bath. Yes, NEVER! He has awesome teeth. No bad breath. No brushing needed. He is active and healthy. His vet always says great things about his coat, build, health etc.

    I suggest dumping the grain.

    • I agree totally with Bill. Rice is actually very very hard on a dog. They are carnivores by nature, and are at their healthiest when they eat raw meat. My dog had the worst skin issues and joint inflammation from the time he was little until he was 4. Out of desperation I started researching holistic vets and read about how skin issues, attraction to fleas, joint inflammation and many other things are caused by an improper diet. Within 4 weeks of a meat only diet, my dog’s eczema was gone and his hair was growing back. Two months in, my dog who was on daily steroids and benedryl was completely off both, jumping up on all the furniture (something he had n’t been able to do since he was under a year due to his joint issues) and running and playing like a pup. He has been meat only for 2 years now and his skin is amazing, his joints are awesome, and he runs playing all the time….I can always tell when someone gives him something he shouldn’t have for a treat (the UPS guy is the worst for it) because he digs for 3 weeks, his skin is blood red and flaky and he cries in pain….

  2. Spot on with this write-up, I actually think this
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  3. I agree the raw meat without the filler is actually better for sure. We have a toddler so we just don’t take any risks with raw meat. Just not worth it while she is all up in his business and he licks her a lot too. 🙂

    Sometimes when my wife goes away with our daughter for the weekend I will feed him raw meat and just sit back and watch him enjoy it haha

    PS. We first tried chicken thighs instead of hamburger meat, but he had an alergy to the chicken it seemed. Hamburger meat is perfect and he loves it.

  4. Why would you add all that rice? Don’t forget, dogs are CARNIVORES!! And cooking just kills all the beneficial enzymes!

  5. Hi there! This blog post could not be written much better!
    Reading through this post reminds me of my previous roommate!
    He always kept talking about this. I will send this article to him.
    Fairly certain he’s going to have a good read. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Do you have a recipe for homemade cat food? Thanks!

  7. Theresa Freeman says:

    Dogs are carnivores, but they are also opportunists…..I mean they will eat anything they find that tastes good to them. In the wild and on the counter!

  8. All that rice…is it not a carbohydrate ,and possibly yeast feeding.

  9. They’re not obligate or pure carnivores and they’re definitely not pure herbivores … they’re midway between onmivores and carnivores. Dogs have been eating vegetables as well as raw meats for hundreds of years.

    • SO DON’T FORGET THE VEGES! Fruit and veggies are an excellent source of water. Many dogs today live in a chronic state of dehydration, which contributes to problems such as kidney disease or the formation of bladder stones.


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