OUR DOOK SOUP
4 Pieces of chicken, any combination of breast and thighs ( If you just use breasts you don't have to deal with alot of bones, but the bones and marrow are good for the kids.)
Put enough water to cover chicken pieces
2 to 3 cups of what ever kibble you are using
3tsp of extra virgin olive oil
2 hard boiled eggs
Prepare the chicken by cooking it in a crock pot with enough water to cover the pieces cover and cook for 16 hours.( I just put it on in the late evening and let it cook over night) Chicken is done when you can pierce the bone for a fork or when you can break the bone easily with your fingures. Be careful it will be hot.
Seperate cooked chicken from broth. You can chill chicken and broth to remove the fat if you wish. But if you have a really skinny fuzzie it is going to need that fat. Set broth aside.
In a blender or food processor, ( blender works best) grind up your kibble first into a powder. (set aside) Then blend up the two eggs as good as you can. You can add a little broth to help with the blender grinding the eggs up. Shells and all.
Slowly add the chicken little at a time to the blended eggs and add broth as you need it to keep it from gumming up. Then add your olive oil or ferretone\ fur-tone. Slowly and a little at a time add your kibble and broth in the blender with the rest until you reach baby food consistency. You can then spoon into zip lock bags snack size place the snack bags in a zip lock freezer bag to freeze it safely. OR you can spoon into ice trays and freeze, pop trays and put in freezer bags. one cube is one serving.
NOTE: You can add a vitamin or herbal supplements depending on the fuzzie's health issues. (Steph adds a heaping tbs of the Nupro supplement.)
Thats our dook soup. My fuzzies love it. They like it warm, it brings the chicken smell out for them.
Kiss the fuzzies