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Coco’s Canine Cuisine-Homemade Dog Food

Dogs are carnivore animals, before their domestication, wolves needed to hunt their preys and their diets consisted mostly of protein. However, over time we have modified the diets of our companion animals providing with diets very similar to ours (omnivores animals). This kind of diet does not deliver the amount of proteins and vitamins that they need. Most commercial dog foods are prepared with animal sub-products and low quality proteins, which, in most cases, do not provide the essential amino acids needed by dogs. In addition, many commercial foods contain pesticides, preservatives, dyes, artificial flavors and other chemicals that can be very harmful to your dog’s health.

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Preparing our dog’s food at home is a great alternative to provide our beloved companions with the right nutrition. But who has all that time? With Coco’s Canine Cuisine you can prepare a healthy, affordable and delicious dog food in about half an hour each week. All you need to do is mix Coco’s Canine Cuisine dog food base with any kind of animal origin protein (beef, chicken, pork…) to obtain a very high quality dog food.

In nature, canines would not eat the same every day, after all, who does that? With this product you can add variety to your dog’s diet, which will keep them with good appetite. In addition, mixing Coco’s Canine Cuisine will automatically create a nutritionally balanced meal, which is essential for your dog to maintain a healthy weight and prevent many diseases.

Premium dog foods are quite expensive and, depending on the kind of protein that you use, preparing you dog’s food at home could be less expensive and it will always be a healthier option. Preparing your own dog food has a lot of benefits and now Coco’s Canine Cuisine has made it easy and affordable to take care of our dear companions’ health.

How to Prepare Coco’s Homemade Dog Food

Preparation and Daily Feeding Guide

Add 5 cups of water, one 12 ounce Coco’s Canine Cuisine packet to pot and bring to boil. Add one pound of meat (ground beef, turkey, lamb) or chicken pieces, reduce heat, cover and simmer for 25 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool. Refrigerate up to approximately five days or freeze for future use. If frozen, food may be thawed in the microwave.

Premium kibble may be added, however, it is not a substitute for real meat. Coco’s Home made dog food may also be used with fish or in raw food diets. Just cook the package ingredients, cool and add cooked fish or raw meat. Each 12 ounce bag will yield approximately 8 cups of food with added meat or fish. If you have a large dog or multiple dogs you may want to order the 24 ounce packets. With the 24 ounce packets you just double the water and meat. Enjoy and remember we have a 100% money back guarantee.

The following guide is based on an average recommended daily serving, which may be divided into two meals. Consideration should be given to animal size, weight, activity level and appetite.

Weight of Dog Serving Guide
Toy Under 10 lbs. ½ to 1 Cup
Small 20 lbs. 1 to 2 Cups
Medium 50 lbs. 2 to 3 Cups
Large 80 lbs. 3 to 4 Cups

Recipe may be mixed with premium kibble.

Brown Rice, Barley, Wheat Germ, Potatoes, Carrots,
Parsley, Garlic, Oregano, Thyme

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:
Chicken Beef
Crude Protein 47% 35%
Crude Fat 10% 21%
Crude Fiber .6% .6%
Moisture 78% 77%
Carbohydrates 14% 14%
Calcium 3% 3%
Iron 5% 8%