- 10 oz can of evaporated goats milk
- 1/3 cup of strained liver water
- 2 raw egg yolks
- 1 Tablespoon of canola oil
- 1 cup of whole fat plain yogurt
- 1 tsp of any color of karo syrup, white, dark or maple
- 1 ml of baby vitamin, no iron
Jared found most of it at our local organic store. You can substitute canned evaporated cows milk too. If you use fresh goats milk you will not have as many calories per cc but the product is still nutritious for puppies. Don’t dilute the canned goats milk; you are after the calories! Don’t worry about using raw yolks, it is fine for the canine of any age for the benefits of the carotene and the fat. For the liver water just boil the heck out of a piece of liver. It will release its taurine into the liver water and it will make sure that your puppy formula has the correct amino acids to prevent juvenile cataracts. The baby vitamins are better without iron because iron can cause constipation. Just the strained liver water can also help to booster a puppy that’s not really thriving.
Mix everything in a blender, strain and pour into ice cube trays and freeze. Once frozen, just keep the formula cubes in a plastic bag in your freezer and use as needed for bottle feeding or tubing. If you find that the formula is a little bit thick, just thin it with some Pedialyte or fresh goats milk or even water.