Preparation Instructions:

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Once you’ve prepared a delicious and healthy homemade meal for your dog, top it off with just the right amount of Dogshells.

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Dogshells can be mixed in with your hand (eggshells are a great exfoliant for your skin) or with a clean spoon.

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Serve it up and watch her go!

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A good rule of thumb for proportions is 60% boneless meats, 20% calcium, 10% organ meats and 10% veggies, herbs, fruits and fats. The ideal ratio between calcium and phosphorous (as found in meats) is between 1.2:1 and 1.3-1. Our recipes can be fed raw (unless otherwise noted) or lightly cooked. Our recipes are designed for a 40-pound dog (think Border Collie). To adjust the recipe for your dog, simply scale up or down as needed. For example, if you have a Shih Tzu, use one fourth of the recipe; if you have a German Shepherd, you could double it! You can add some fish or flax oil, an egg every once in a while and chopped parsley for fresh breath. Remember, variety is important and have fun!

Fall Medley

  • 2 cups of boneless turkey meat
  • Few pieces of beef liver
  • ¼ cup of chopped green beans
  • ¼ cup of chopped seasonal zucchini
  • ¼ cup of grated pears
  • 2 tbs pumpkin (steamed and pureed or canned)
  • 1 tsp of Dogshells calcium

Make stir-fry for yourself and save some of the raw ingredients. Add some Dogshells for your dog and dinner is served!

Dog Gone Good

  • 2 cups of cubed lean meat
  • Few pieces of chicken heart
  • ¼ cup of cooked sweet potato
  • ¼ cup of grated carrots
  • ¼ cup of chopped spinach
  • 2 tbls of soaked rolled oats
  • 1 tsp of Dogshells calcium

For quick prep, run the veggies and oats through a food processor. Let the potatoes cool before serving.

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The above recipes are only guidelines for preparing a meal for your dog. They do not represent professional nutritional advice. Consult a vet before changing your dog’s diet.