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Great Way to Make Chicken and Rice Diet for you Dog

Chicken and rice diet is based on Strombeck's Home Prepared Diets for Dogs and Cats. This recipe is ideal for making up a batch of meals...
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Chicken and Rice Diet Recipe

Are you looking for great pet multivitamin diet? Well MyPuppyCare® have founded great recipe for you. Why don’t you  make your own Chicken and Rice Diet for you dog, this recipe is ideal for making up a batch of meals for the freezer. Also its great wat to add multivitamin to ensure your dog micro-nutrient needs are being met. Alternatively continue feeding your pet’s usual dry food diet and incorporate a portion of this diet to add variety, for example you could use 50% dry food and 50% home-cooked food.

To estimate your dog’s total caloric requirements, a useful calculator is available here. Any diet changes should be made slowly over 7 days to allow your dog time to adjust.


Provides 6,645 kcal total – 10 serves, suitable for a 10kg moderately active adult dog


1 kg of lean boneless raw chicken

7 tbsp. vegetable oil

2 cups frozen peas (thawed)

2 cups grated carrot

2 cups fresh/frozen spinach (thawed)

1 L water

2 tsp. potassium chloride salt substitute

1 teaspoon table salt

1 tbsp. bone meal powder

2 cans sardines in tomato sauce (220g total)

10 cups of cooked white rice


Frypan & large stockpot/saucepan


  1. Slice chicken and stir-fry in batches, using half the vegetable oil.
  2. Meanwhile heat the remaining oil in a large stockpot and add the vegetables, stirring for 5 minutes.
  3. Add the water, salt and bone meal powder and cook on a low heat for 1 hour.
  4. Remove from heat and add the rice and sardines.
  5. Divide into 10 equal portions and freeze.
  6. Thaw in the fridge (at less than 40°C), then reheat until hot and steamy.
  7. Serve at room temperature and discard uneaten food if not consumed within an hour.

The following diet is based on Strombeck’s Home Prepared Diets for Dogs and Cats.


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