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Get some bones and meat, chicken backs, beef soup bones etc. work well. You can also use beef heart and a bit of liver/gizzards etc.. A few garlic cloves, some carrots and other veggies and cook in a crock pot. Then, strain the broth, pick out all the bones and chop or blenderize the rest of the meat, skin and veggies. Then freeze in ice cube trays, and pop some into hot water to make a quick broth to put on their food.

Or, find a good quality canned food and mix a tablespoon in warm water.

You could even use some of the ground raw dog foods for this, in raw form, just a gob mixed with warm water would work well.

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Get some bones and meat, chicken backs, beef soup bones etc. work well. You can also use beef heart and a bit of liver/gizzards etc.. A few garlic cloves, some carrots and other veggies and cook in a crock pot. Then, strain the broth, pick out all the bones and chop or blenderize the rest of the meat, skin and veggies. Then freeze in ice cube trays, and pop some into hot water to make a quick broth to put on their food.

Or, find a good quality canned food and mix a tablespoon in warm water.

You could even use some of the ground raw dog foods for this, in raw form, just a gob mixed with warm water would work well.

Lana
 

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Do Not Use Garlic. Super Toxic. It Will Kill Your Dog.
Garlic belongs to the Allium family (which also includes onion, chives, and leeks) and is poisonous to dogs and cats. ... Signs of garlic poisoning can be delayed and not apparent for several days.
Get some bones and meat, chicken backs, beef soup bones etc. work well. You can also use beef heart and a bit of liver/gizzards etc.. A few garlic cloves, some carrots and other veggies and cook in a crock pot. Then, strain the broth, pick out all the bones and chop or blenderize the rest of the meat, skin and veggies. Then freeze in ice cube trays, and pop some into hot water to make a quick broth to put on their food.

Or, find a good quality canned food and mix a tablespoon in warm water.

You could even use some of the ground raw dog foods for this, in raw form, just a gob mixed with warm water would work well.

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How do you even go about finding a nine year old thread to post on?

Anyway, unless your dog is extremely sensitive to garlic, small mounts are unlikely to cause any harm.

 
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