Multi-Vitamin to add to Home Made Dog Food

daddydell

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We have a 13 lbs dog who cannot eat fatty dog foods. As a result we make our own.
Daily diet:
1/2 cup of skinless chicken boiled
2/3 cup of overcooked rice (1 chicken bouillon cube)
1/2 cup of plain pumpkin
1 egg white
1/2 a vitamin from vetriscience
I’m not sure 7 IU of Vit E and 500 IU of Vit A are enough.
Should I give him the entire chewy tablet?
Does anyone have a reliable gauge for how much supplement a dog his size needs?
 

dog_mom87

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for nutrition, it sounds like you're doing a fantastic job. I'd say something I looked into is buddy custard for my dog which you could add to this regimen. in terms of health benefit, if you research the budwig diet, you may find this to be something to consider for the long term.
 

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I'm just wondering, why do you feel that you need to add vitamins to your dog's diet? I recently started my dog on home cooked meals but I don't add any supplements. Her dinner consists of cooked chicken, with cooked carrots and pasta mixed together.
 

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