This recipe is fantastic for seemingly endless reasons. Loaded with nutrition, flexible, convenient… I could go on and on. I have posted crockpot recipes before because I really think they are one of the tickets to easy, healthy homemade cooking for your furry children. Enjoy.

Young and Old Crockpot Stew
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Cooks about 10 pounds of marvelously healthy dog food. This recipe cooks for 24 hours or until bones are soft and mushy, allowing you to feed to your dog. Most cooked bones are not safe for your dog because they pose a choking hazard. These bones, however, are cooked down to a soft consistency. You can them mash them by hand, with a potato masher or a blender and allow your dog to consume them and their impressive mineral content.
Servings
varies
Cook Time
24 hours
Servings
varies
Cook Time
24 hours
Young and Old Crockpot Stew
Print Recipe
Cooks about 10 pounds of marvelously healthy dog food. This recipe cooks for 24 hours or until bones are soft and mushy, allowing you to feed to your dog. Most cooked bones are not safe for your dog because they pose a choking hazard. These bones, however, are cooked down to a soft consistency. You can them mash them by hand, with a potato masher or a blender and allow your dog to consume them and their impressive mineral content.
Servings
varies
Cook Time
24 hours
Servings
varies
Cook Time
24 hours
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. This recipe is flexible as far as what vegetables you use, but I find the sweet potatoes, carrots and greens are nice together and seem to be easier to digest than some vegetables.
  2. If time permits, remove skin from the chicken. Place whole chicken in crockpot. Turn crockpot on high and fill about halfway with cold, clean water (filtered / well / bottled). Since this recipe cooks overnight, I like to turn it to low overnight and then back to high the next day.
  3. A few hours before the recipe is complete, add the rice and vegetables. After you add the rice, add a few more cups of cold water. Stir recipe occasionally. Recipe is done when rice is cooked, vegetables are fork tender, and bones are soft. Mash mixture and discard any remaining hard bones (important or your dog can choke). Allow to cool and serve in amounts appropriate for your dog's weight and nutritional considerations. This recipe is on the rich side, so starting with small amounts is recommended.
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