Cooking For My Border Aussie?

by Leiha
(San Diego)

Hi! I have a 19 month old Border Aussie that is pretty much the best choice I've made yet, and I've made a lot of great choices. He's my first dog as an adult and so far as I can tell his personality is primarily Aussie. Since I rescued him at 9 weeks old we've gone through about 5 different food brands because they kept giving him TERRIBLE gas. I would like to start cooking for him and giving him REAL food rather than kibble but am afraid that he won't get the proper nutrition ratios. I'm looking for recipes that are specific to Aussies/Border Collies. So far I haven't found any. Does anyone know where I might acquire them? Thanks!!!

- Leiha and Valentino

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Border Aussie /Shepherd
by: david holland

you can't go wrong with Hills Science plus daily yoghurt, one tablespoon, frozen chicken wings, lamb shanks and pasta rice leftovers. Hills may be the most expensive dogfood on the market but at the end of the month you probably spend less than canned crap. P.s Their crap is always firm, hardly leaves a mark even on carpet. Glowing coat has my Border Aussie "Tilde". Like to rename this hybrid "Border shepherd". Different connotations for the word Aussie here in Australia!!

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