Beef Stew for Your Dog

From "Foods Pets Die For" by Anne Martin (originally from People Food for Dogs by Kate Merwick) Note: Cooking for your pet is a great way to provide good quality, safe foods. However, you should consult with your vet and do your research to make sure that your dog is meeting his nutritional needs; amounts and types of foods to be fed vary greatly depending on size, weight, age, and any health issues that your dog has

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  • Bring broth, onion powder, and garlic powder to a boil. Add vegetables and beef. Simmer 20 minutes. Combine cold water and cornstarch. Stir into stew.
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"From "Foods Pets Die For" by Anne Martin (originally from People Food for Dogs by Kate Merwick) Note: Cooking for your pet is a great way to provide good quality, safe foods. However, you should consult with your vet and do your research to make sure that your dog is meeting his nutritional needs; amounts and types of foods to be fed vary greatly depending on size, weight, age, and any health issues that your dog has"
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  1. cylee
    Banks and Cooper LOVED this!! They insist on TEN STARS! Local grocery had strip steaks on sale (lucky dogs!), they had fantastic stew for dinner and steak bones for dessert! I also added some green beans and spinach because I had them on hand.
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  2. ceilmary
    From "Foods Pets Die For" by Anne Martin (originally from People Food for Dogs by Kate Merwick) Note: Cooking for your pet is a great way to provide good quality, safe foods. However, you should consult with your vet and do your research to make sure that your dog is meeting his nutritional needs; amounts and types of foods to be fed vary greatly depending on size, weight, age, and any health issues that your dog has
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