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Egg & Potato Diet (low-protein, low-phosphorous,

high-potassium, normal sodium) 1 egg, large, cooked 3 cups potato,

boiled with skin 1 tablespoon chicken fat 1 1/2 calcium carbonate

tablets (600 milligrams calcium) 1/2 multiple-mineral tablet

Provides 600 kilocalories, 15.1 grams protein, 18.5 grams fat.

Supports caloric needs of an 18-pound dog Provides phosphorus at 53

percent, potassium at 322 percent, sodium at 114 percent of dogs

daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal amount of phosphorus,

substitute 3 bonemeal tablets for the 1 1/2 carbonate tablets.

Chicken and Potato diet (low protein low phosphorus, high

potassium, low sodium) 1/4 cup cooked chicken breast 3 cups potato,

boiled with skin 2 tablespoons chicken fat 1 1/2 calcium carbonate

tablets (600 milligrams calcium) 1/2 multiple vitamin-mineral

tablet Provides 689 kilocalories, 18.9 grams protein, 26.8 grams

fat. Supports caloric needs of a 21-22 pound dog Provides

phosphorus at 45 percent, potassium at 301 percent, sodium at 54

percent of a dog's daily needs. To feed this diet with a normal

amount of phosphorus, substitute 4 bonemeal tablets for the 1 1/2

calcium carbonate tablets. The following recipe was made available

by Hills Petfood Prescription Diets The recipe is taken from:

"Small Animal Clinical Nutrition, 4th edition.", Editors: Hand,

Thatcher, Remillard and Roudebush et al. Making Pet Foods at Home.

Topeka, KS: Mark Morris Institute, 2000, . 70 authors. (use beef

with regular fat content, NOT lean beef (note S. Fleisher)) Rice,

Beef and Egg Diet (Balanced low-protein, Low-phosphorus homemade

formulas for adult dogs ***) Daily food as fed formulation for a

18-kg dog Ingredients Grams (To convert grams to ounces, multiply

the grams by .0353) Rice, white, cooked*** 237 Beef, regular,

cooked + 78 Egg, large, boiled 20 Bread, white 50 Oil, vegetable 3

Calcium carbonate 1.5 Salt, iodized 0.5 Total 390 Nutrient analysis

(DM)++ Dry matter (%) 41.0 Energy (kcal/l 00 g) 445 Protein (%)

21.1 Fat (%) 13.7 Linoleic acid % 1.8 Crude fiber (%) 1.4 Calcium

(%) 0.43 Phosphorus (%) 0.22 Potassium (%) 0.26 Sodium (%) 0.33

Magnesium 0.091 *Also feed one human adult vitamin-mineral tablet

daily to dogs to ensure all vitamins and trace minerals are

included.

    • ESHA Research. Diet Analysis Software. Food Processor Plus,

      version 5.03, 1990 Salem, OR. Agricultural Software Consultants,

      Inc. Mixit 2+, version 3.0,1991, Kingsville, TX

      • May substitute rice baby cereal and flavor either selection

        with meat broth during cooking.

+Retain the fat. ++Nutrients of concern are protein, phosphorus,

and potassium. The treat recipe is from Brad Luther. He and his

veterinarian made the recipe for Brad's Boxer, Albi i have adapted

these ingredients to meet albi's needs. there are many healthy

ingredients other dogs can eat but because of her situation this

recipe is limited. with input from the vet, these ingredients have

been chosen for easy processing by the kidneys. albi's treats: 2

1/2 cups whole wheat flour 1/2 tsp. garlic powder 6 Tblsps. low

sodium, low fat chicken broth 1/2 cup cold water 1 cup cooked

vegetable (green beans, carrots or mixed) combine flour and garlic

powder. mix in chicken broth and vegetable(s). add enough cold

water to form a ball. pat dough to 1/2" and cut with a dog biscuit

cutter, cookie cutter or knife. place on a non-stick cookie sheet

& bake in a preheated oven @ 350F for 25 minutes. cool on a

wire rack. Since there are no preservatives, i recommend storing

them in the refrigerator if they are not eaten within a week. they

can also be made ahead and frozen.


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