28 thoughts on “Homemade Dog Food for Kidney Disease Recipe (Simple and Cheap)

  1. greenize1959 says:

    FYI…. SOLID GOLD AND TRIPETT MAKES VARIETIES OF GREEN TRIPE IN CANNED FORMS. GREEN TRIPE IS NOT WASHED, BLEACHED, ETC AND HAS TONS OF NUTRIENTS… IT IS NATURALLY LOW IN PHOSPHORUS, SO IT IS GOOD FOR DOGS WITH CKD…IT STINKS, BUT IT IS GREAT FOR DOGS WHO ARE REFUSING TO EAT. MIX A COUPLE OF TABLESPOONS OF IT TO THEIR KIBBLE, OR FEED IT STRAIGHT. PETCO SELLS SOLID GOLD GREEN TRIPE CALLED GREEN COW. HOLISTIC, TOO. I STARTED MY GUY ON IT, AND HE IS SHOWING IMPROVEMENT RIGHT AWAY AND CAN'T WAIT TO EAT.

  2. Chopperdoll says:

    This recipe saved my dogs life, she wouldn’t eat, it didn’t matter what I made her, her kidneys were failing. I sat in the vets office and he said well just give her chicken. She wouldn’t touch it. I frantically went on Pinterest and this was the recipe I went home and made….she’s eating and her weight is up and her kidneys are functioning. My vet asked for the recipe😉 thank you for saving our Lola🙏🏼❤️

  3. Jackie Childress says:

    Thank you for this. My girl was just in the hospital for renal failure which came on quickly. She's home now, and they're giving me Royal Canin kidney food, but I want to make something healthy for her that she'll want to eat. Thank you so much!

  4. Michael Read says:

    Do this for cats too WAT DO YOU HAVE AGAINST CATS WHY U ONLY MAKE FOR DOGS?!??. @#%$ THINK BEFORE YOU POST ANOTHER ONE OF THESE VIDEOS OR I WILL DISLIKE ALL OF YOUR VIDEOS YOU @$#% BAG!!!

  5. Yvonne Anderson says:

    Thank you that was really easy. My 16 yr old ShizTzu was diagnosed with stage 2 Kidney disease and his Vet sold me KD Prescription Diet for Kidney Care and heart blood pressure pills to be taken 1x a night for 2 weeks and then 2x a day for the remaining 2 wks. I will try your diet as well since I bout him a limited supply of the food.

  6. Zenyatta says:

    Vets are useless when it comes to nutrition. Yes they can check the blood levels, but as for nutrition… 8 out of 10 vets will just give you the standard Hill's K/D diet. Which is fine, but it is highly fortified and I find it interesting how you say that "all dog's are different and all dog's needs are different" but then you tell us to go to the vet. If you're dog isn't diagnosed with a kidney disease or kidney failure (and you're just assuming) then yes, obviously go to a vet first lol.

  7. oxfords1 says:

    Please consult with a Vet. I use the crockpet diet from dr Ruth Roberts a holistic Veterinarian but the crockpet is for a healthy dog. She does do consultations depending on the dogs disease and will give you a balanced diet. So please like the gal said don't take this upon yourself consult with a Veterinarian like Dr Ruth Roberts to come up with a diet plan for your dog. I don't work for Dr Ruth Roberts or even know her. I use her crockpet diet and over a year my two little Scottish Terriers lost the weight they needed to lose eating twice the amount of the commercial garbage and their liver enzymes were climbing steadily and within a year of cooking for them their liver enzymes went back to normal.

  8. Michael Myers says:

    thank you for this. I just found out my puppy may have some sort of kidney issues so I'm frantically trying to find out all the info I can. he has a Uaupc test I think it's called on Monday. I'm just so frustrated because my family has terrible luck, and I guess it translates to our animals too

  9. dagnyatl says:

    Parsley is generally safe for your dog in small amounts. However, large amounts of parsley can cause stomach discomfort and diarrhea. It may also act as a diuretic which could lead to dehydration. Excessive amounts of parsley given daily can be toxic to the dog's liver.Feb 13, 2016

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