I’ve been making a vegetable mix for my dogs for a couple of years now and recently I’ve been having fun changing things up as I learn more about the nutrients my dogs need in their diet. Here is the vegetable mix I made this week.
- 1 bunch of Spinach
- 2 bunches of Parsley
- 1 bunch of Collard Greens
- 1 bunch of Kale
- 1 bunch of Celery
- 2 large Zucchinis
- 2 large Broccoli Flowers
- 2 cans of Oysters, boiled and in water
- 5 cloves of Garlic – yes, this is perfectly safe and healthy for dogs
- 20 Cremini mushrooms
- 4 cups of Bone Broth
- 1 cup of Golden Paste
- 1 cup of Green Lipped Mussel Powder
- 6 tbsp of Life Line Kelp
I chop and blend all of the vegetables, adding a small amount of water to make it easier. I split everything between two 8 quart stainless steel bowls. I mix in the bone broth, golden paste, green lipped mussel powder, and kelp. Transfer the mixture to Rubbermaid containers and freeze until needed.
Vegetables provide additional nutrients, a natural source of fiber, are an anti-inflammatory, provide antioxidants, and veggies lower blood sugar levels.