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Lucy's Recuperation Food

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I have a golden retriever that eats everything! She often gets into things she is not supposed to, despite extreme effort on my part to shield her. She has eaten flour, tea, coffee grounds - you name it! When she does this, it makes her sick, so I feed her this for a couple of days, until her stomach settles. It is easy on the stomach, but nutritious and filling. If ever your pet is feeling a little under the weather, I recommend this.

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  1. In a saucepan bring chicken broth to a boil. Add rice and stir. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Once rice has cooked, stir in drained green beans.
  2. Cool to room temperature before serving; refrigerate leftovers.
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Amy
46
11/13/2007

I have a 13 1/2 year old lab that is recuperating from illness and she loves boiled chicken so I added the chicken to this mixture and it is all that she will eat right now!

jennywren
24
3/7/2011

One of the recipes I used when my pup went through chemo. Also, mashed pumpkin is helpful when a dog's appetite is poor.

Staycie
18
10/3/2008

My dog is always chewing or eating on something that she isnt supposed to.Thank you for this recipe.