For dogs suffering a variety of ailments and illnesses, this vegetarian dog food has been a saving grace. Testimonies keep pouring in from people whose dogs were quite ill, yet recovered remarkably when they switched to this diet. The recipe is courtesy of Vicky Lynn, founder of †Asians for Humans, Animals and Nature (AHAN). It may look complicated, but really takes very little time–and the results are beyond worthwhile.
Vegetarian Dog Food Recipe
1 cup quick cooking oats
ľ cup soy flour or soy milk powder (can substitute with smashed, cooked pinto beans )
ľ cup wheat bran
1 tbsp soy lecithin
1 tbsp yeast ( optional )
1 tbsp wheat germ
1 tbsp ground sunflower seeds
1/6 tbsp molasses
1 tsp ground flax seed
Ĺ tbsp oil (organic, unprocessed oil )
Mix all together and soak in hot water for about 20 minutes and then it will be ready to serve.
You can put all ingredients in a small plastic jar or prepare multiple jars at the same time and place all of them in the freezer. Take each jar out when you are ready and add hot water.
Servings: One daysí meal for a small dog. (For medium and large dogs, double the recipe.)
A note from AHAN: Asians for Humans, Animals and Nature is a San Francisco-based, non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public on animal and environmental welfare.†As we all know the economy is not doing very well. We are receiving more requests for help to take over well-behaved animals that will otherwise be put down. We donít have a shelter, all our animals are in foster homes. If you or anyone you know can help us foster, please visit our site–find a dog with a temperament that you think you can foster, fill out an online application, and indicate that you are interested in fostering that dog in the comment area. Short term or long term are all welcome. It will really make a difference to keep us going. Thank you!
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