Dogs require good and balanced nutrition to thrive. Its helps them for good bone formation, brain development, skin, and fur, good immune, growth, etc The basic requirements are adequate water, fat, carbohydrates, proteins, mineral’s and vitamins, fats, etc. Feeding your dog an appropriate amount of a well-balanced diet is vital to its overall health and well-being. We have taken our time to make research on how to make a home meal diet that meets their nutritional requirements with expert advice from our nutritionist. Items. Millet, sorghum, rice, groundnut, soya beans, chicken flavor, honey, vegetables, oil ( olive oil, groundnut oil, palm oil), sugar, smoked fish. Optional items: Booster premix, sodium, phosphorus and iron (these 3 can be gotten from a feed mill) 1. Millet is high in fiber and protein and rich in B vitamins, (especially niacin, B6 and folic acid), phosphorus, manganese (a trace mineral that acts as an antioxidant), Millet also contains calcium, iron, and zinc. The protein content of millet varies from 5 to 20 percent, with an average of 10 to 12 percent. 2. Sorghum: it has high-complex carbohydrate, and also an excellent source of fiber (primarily insoluble fiber), vitamins B3, B1, and B2, iron, and potassium. 3. Groundnut: It is rich in antioxidants It is a high source of protein, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, calcium, sodium, etc. And other vitamins 4. Soya beans are an alternative cheap source of protein. Fish( could be crayfish, dried fish, etc) Fish Fish is filled with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins such as D and B2 (riboflavin). Fish is rich in calcium and phosphorus and a great source of minerals, such as iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium, and potassium. 5. Maize contains Calories, Water, Protein, Carbs, Sugar, Fiber, Fat, Omega-3. 6 Rice contains Sodium, Potassium, Carbohydrate, Dietary fiber, Sugar, Protein, Vitamin C, Calcium, Vitamin D, Vitamin B-6 Magnesium. Preparation: Roast the soya beans and groundnuts to remove the shaft. Then grind together with the other items. Grind the corn and the soya beans first cos they are the hardest Put some cups of water on the fire, and pour some proportion of the items into it and start stirring like ur making pap. For puppies don't make it thick. Let it be watery. But for adolescent and adults, u can make it thick. Add some spoon of milk to it. Add a little palm oil, olive oil and maybe honey. Add a little salt and vegetable. U can get moringa to leave grind it and add. If you have a carrot or other forms of vegetables u can add to. With most dogs, u might introduce the food to them gradually just as you should do when introducing any other new meal. First, two days add 25% of new meal to old meal. Third and fourth day add 50% of new meal to 50% of old meal. 5th and 6th day add 75% of new meal to old meal and then after that you give 100% new meal. On a general note if your dog does not have the appetite to eat you might need to give them multivitamin appetizers to make them hungry. B complex for dogs works fine. Copyright © 2018–2019 DogTree Operating Company, OU. All Rights Reserved.