Dogs are family. Just like any other member of your family, you want them to eat nothing but the best to increase their health and longevity in order to be by your side for as many quality years possible. Ingredients like meat, poultry, vegetables, rice and eggs are all menu items that are tasty and beneficial for humans and canines alike.
Besides being an excellent staple of your dog’s regular diet, it is also effective in treating certain ailments without an expensive trip to the vet’s office. Rice provides other advantages for the whole family, too. It’s an incredible time saver able to feed everyone under the same roof in the same amount of time and space. Just make sure you are going about cooking it the right way and with the best product to fit the demands of you and your family.
Rice cookers save time and do not compromise on the flavor. In fact, utilizing a rice cooker is more energy efficient, better on taste than previous methods, namely boiling packets and the bring to a boil and cover method. They also will allow you the peace of mind of knowing you can expect a consistently fluffy and easier to digest product for you and your dog. Saving time using a rice cooker creates the space needed to enjoy your dog and other family members during those all important meal times when for one reason or another the energy level in the house seems to be ratcheted up a few notches; a challenge for anyone with only two hands and two eyes. It is important to note that four paws are not and sadly never will be as useful for us two-legged creatures sporting opposable thumbs.
What are some of the best rice grains and dishes for your dog? Many vets and dog experts tout the healthy qualities of brown rice for the same reasons they say brown rice is healthy for humans. Lucky for all of us, rice cookers are just as attentive to the needs of brown rice as they are to white, wild, or whatever other type of rice grain your recipe calls for. In yet another not so surprising twist, dogs also love meat and meat flavoring as much as people, so adding a bouillon of beef, chicken or fish to cook your rice in will be just as delicious for you as it will be for your four-legged friend.
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