I have an incredibly picky dog and kibble and wet dog food are incredibly expensive to waste when he doesn’t eat it. He literally would leave his food out all day and maybe nibble 1/3 of it late at night when his hunger got the best of him. When I added cheese, meat or wet food to his kibble, he would just eat that off the top and leave the dog kibble. Since he’s become really skinny the past 4 or 5 months since becoming so picky, I decided to just cook him some food on the stovetop. Here’s what I’ve been making:
Lean ground beef - boiled in water and all fat drained, then rinsed again
Carrots and sweet potato - chopped small and boiled with the ground beef
What do you think? Any missing nutrients? Should I keep the gross fat oil with the ground beef and brown it in a skillet with cooking oil? Anyone have a guide to ratios of meat to veggies, or how to gauge how much to feed?