It seems as though my 5 month old puppy is showing signs of having a food allergy/sensitivity. He's been to the vet a couple times and this is her best guess and makes the most sense to us. We switched his food to a different brand, which he seems to tolerate a lot better, but I would rather try to start making his food myself. Right now, we have about 20 or so roosters that need to be dispatched, hopefully we will get it done this weekend. Some of these will be set aside for dog food along with all the organ meat and feet. I also have a 50lb bag of rice and a 50lb bag of pinto beans that some flour bugs got into. He eats bugs all the time so I'm sure he doesn't mind We have plenty of eggs and I'm going to start saving eggshells for calcium. I will buy some carrots since he loves them, and maybe some other veggies. Suggestions? I plan on making a large batch and canning it in my pressure canner. I am way too lazy to cook for him every day or even once a week. Once a month would be ideal. Based off what I have, what proportions should I use? Anything else I should add? I've tried searching but every site says something different. I'd love to hear some first hand experience of what you might use! Also, have any of you ever processed a chicken with the intention of using it for dog food? Do you do anything differently? Do you just cook the chicken whole and de-bone it? Piece it out, take the good stuff and leave the rest for the dog? Do you make use of the bones in any way?