Low Protein Homemade Dog Food Recipes for Kidney Disease
This video is about a low protein dog food for dogs with kidney disease. We’re talking about a simple meal you can make. So you wanna get your pot, you wanna get your kidney friendly vegetables, whether you’re using asparagus, beets, cauliflower, green beans, broccoli. You want to add them in there, get them cooking with some water, little bit of oil.
You want to use some coconut oil, olive oil. You wanna use some healthy fats for your dog. So get that cooking and you get your grains cooking in another pot. Add some oil to those also. And with your grains, you can use rice, oats, sweet potatoes, you can use barley. So when you are about finished cooking your grains, you got your vegetables, you add your grains to your vegetables and add some egg whites to it, and the amounts will vary depending on how much you’re making, roughly the vegetables.
You can do a half cup to a cup, two to four cups of the grain, maybe about 25 to 30 ounces of egg wines. Mix that up. You got yourself a kidney friendly dog.
Kidney disease is very common in dogs, and protecting your pet from kidney disease means being vigilant from the beginning, and making sure your dog is healthy. Studies show that 1 in 10 dogs will get chronic kidney disease. Dogs can get kidney disease for any number of underlying reasons, and to make matters worse, it’s often difficult to spot. Some of the first indications of kidney disease in dogs may include subtle weight loss, urinating/peeing more often and drinking a lot more water. Because of this, if you notice your dog is peeing on the floor or asking to go out more, or if your dog is always drinking water, it may be time to get it checked out for chronic kidney disease. This condition can go undetected until the dog’s organs are functioning at approximately 33% to 25% of their capacity.