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Yummy Seasons Greetings!

You may hear rumours that feeding your dog or cat turkey could be harmful.  This is not true if you use moderation and any healthy pet would probably enjoy sharing a little of your seasonal fare.  If you are home preparing as the primary feeding plan for your pet, you will need to pay attention to balancing the vitamins and minerals in any recipes for optimum well-being.  For a holiday treat; however,  you can serve up the following.

 Boneless Turkey with Liver for Dogs

  • 1 ¾ clean turkey thigh, no skin
  • 3 T chicken liver (or gizzard)
  • Grind or chop meat and organs. Mix meat and organs well.
  • 1/2 c chopped or blended veggies. Use colourful vegetables: broccoli, carrots, kale etc.
  • Not balanced for long term feeding.

This would replace the food for a 10 lb. dog for a day. As a Holiday treat reduce kibble or canned food appropriately

Boneless Turkey with Liver for Cats

  • 1 ¾ c + 1 t lean turkey thighs, with some skin
  • 3 T chicken or turkey liver
  • Grind or chop meat and organs. Mix meat and organs well.
  • 1/4 c chopped or blended veggies. Use colourful vegetables: broccoli, carrots, kale etc.

This would replace the food for a medium sized cat for 2-3 days. As a Holiday treat reduce kibble or canned food appropriately

Share the holidays with all your family members and enjoy the feasting!

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