I'm transitioning the dry kibble diet of my 7-month-old Brittany puppy towards a mix of dry kibble and home-cooked wet food.
I adapted one of these recipes and I would like to have expert opinion on the nutritional value of it for a proper dog's diet. Of course I won't ask a single question for every single recipe, but probably this one allows to draw conclusions and mention general principles.
- chicken breasts, around 700 grams
- 3 cups of minced carrots
- 2 cups of broccoli
- 1.5 cups of rolled oats
- 2 cubes of dried chicken broth
- 1 egg
I cooked the chicken alone until it was white in the center. Then in another pot I mixed the vegetables the chicken broth and a lot of water. When the vegetables were tender I added the chicken and the egg. I waited until the consistency wasn't too liquid.
That final result filled a whole big cooking pot and the dog ate that over 7 days (evenings), in addition to half the recommended amount of dry kibble (mornings).
By the way it is super delicious and I'd be happy to eat it.
I know there are many opinions about the amount of meat dogs should eat and the usefulness of vegetables and/or grain. What about this mix?