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#TreatThursday: Beef Tartar for Dogs

Kicking off the arrival of October with a #TreatThursday featuring a dog-friendly version of beef tartar! This recipe is more of a meal than a treat, although you can choose to feed as a supplement to your dog’s meals. I got creative and made this for Alaska last night for dinner, and she argued with me in language Dog to hurry up with the pictures and just let her munch! πŸ™‚

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As most of my readers know, Alaska is fed a primarily frozen raw diet with the supplementation of freeze-dried and dehydrated raw to add nutrients and balance out her diet. This beef tartar recipe calls for a completed and balanced blend of raw dog food in beef, but if you do not already feed a frozen raw diet, you may absolutely substitute the dog food with regular ground beef you’d find at your local grocery store/butcher shop. Requiring less than 5 simple and wholesome ingredients, this is the ultimate homemade dog food recipe that is healthy, balanced and nutritious!

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Ingredients

6 ounces of raw dog food (beef)

1 organic raw egg

2 tbspΒ Dr. Harvey’s Veg-To-Bowl Grain-Free Dog Food Pre-Mix

1 scoopΒ Clear Conscience Pet SuperGravyΒ 

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Instructions

  1. Using a large donut mold, knead the raw dog food firmly into the mold until it settles on the bottom.
  2. Place mold onto a clean plate.
  3. Remove the mold, or flip the raw food over onto the plate.
  4. Crack a raw egg into the donut hole center of the raw food.
  5. Carefully line the top of the raw food donut with the vegetable mix.
  6. Sprinkle SuperGravy supplement mix over the top of the ‘beef tartar.’
  7. Serve immediately and store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week.
  8. Enjoy! πŸ™‚

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