A Homemade Dog Food Delight- Simple Salmon and Chicken

An Easy Homemade Dog Food Recipe

A mixture of  fish and beef that your dogs will never turn their noses to!


A perfect combo of fish and meat with the addition of nutrient packed veggies, fruits and supplements that make this a balanced homemade dog food recipe.

This is a great homemade dog food recipe for small dogs.

Simple Salmon & Chicken

A homemade dog food recipe.

Main Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Keyword dog food recipe for small dogs
45 - 1 hour 25 minutes
6 Pounds


  • 14.75 oz. Salmon (canned) I use Bumble Red Salmon
  • 2 lbs. Bone-in Chicken Thighs
  • 4.62 oz. Beef Kidney
  • 4.62 oz. Chicken Liver Vitamin A
  • 16 oz. Frozen Peas Protein
  • 16 oz. Spinach Manganese, Vitamin E
  • 2 cup Blueberries Antioxidants
  • 1 Cup Brown Rice Optional
  • 4 tbsp. Hemp Seed Oil Omega 3, Omega 6
  • 1 Serving Nupro


  1. Add chicken thighs, kidney and liver to a steamer basket and cover the bottom of stock pot with water. Steam approximately 40 minutes.

    If you are using an Instant Pot place meat in steamer basket and steam on high 20 minutes.

  2. In your food processor add the peas, blueberries and raw spinach, puree. 

  3. When the chicken is cooled; de-bone and slowly puree, adding the hemp seed oil a little at a time. 

  4. Add the meat mixture and the pureed veggies/fruit and hand mix.

  5. Lastly, add the can of salmon (water included). 

<<—For information on what I use, check out my Recommended Supplements page—>>

Measure out portions and freeze.


An easy homemade dog food recipe!

I use Ziploc bags to portion out morning and night feedings. My dogs eat the same amount (2.5 oz each) so I measure out 5 oz. in each Ziploc bag and freeze/refrigerate. At feeding time I split the serving into two and serve.

Super easy, super clean and super nutritious!

Once I see that I have two days left of fresh food in the refrigerator I will take out another five days worth from the freezer and defrost.

**This recipe for my two dogs  will last about two weeks. This is why I cook an entire months worth (approx. 28-30 days) of food and I always cook two different proteins. That way they eat a variety of different food, each having their own nutritional benefits AND they are not eating the same thing every day for a month straight**





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