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Lightly Cook Your Dog’s Vegetables

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Most vegetables are protected by a cellulose coating that locks in the nutrients. To make them bioavailable to your dog, they need to be lightly cooked. If fed raw, they need to be puréed or liquidized to make the nutrients more readily available.

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  1. Griselda Stalker

    Hi,

    I have been making my own food for our two show cocker spaniels tried a lot of foods including raw. I have been mainly cooking turkey with all sorts of veg and herbs and sweet potato but one of the dogs has lost a lot of weight because the vet says she is not getting any fats. She was 10.22kg 3 weeks ago now 8.55kg which is the time she has been on this food. My other one is 10kg they are 1 year 7 months the one with the weight loss is constantly on the go. I am looking for help as to what else I can add to bulk her weight up but trying to keep cost down. Thank you.

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