Georgie Meatloaf Video’s
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This article has been updated…December 2019
Watch our new video that has updated information and full instructions on making Georgie Meatloaf. This is a 30-minute program, be sure to watch the entire video and make notes if necessary or come back and watch it again as you prepare your own Georgie Meatloaf.
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Read all the positive comments on our original video which will attest to the benefits to sick and healthy dogs feeding them our Georgie Meatloaf.
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For years I searched for the healthiest food for my Georgie and was ready to give up. I wasn’t happy with commercial dog food and decided to develop my own recipe after doing extensive research and came up with one of the best recipes for a healthy and safe dog food that we call Georgie Meatloaf. As you read this article you will see this is a supplement to our Georgie Meatloaf video on YouTube, now over 320,000 views.
Georgie is now 12 years old and is 75% Chihuahua and 25% Spaniel mix according to a DNA test we ran. He is the smartest and sweetest little guy and everyone stops to talk to him, pet him and ask about him.
I have found that Georgie has actually helped me and my wife meet new people and make new friends. We began to socialize him when he was very young and I take him with me to as many stores as I can. Usually in the shopping cart and Home Depot, Lowes or Kohl’s and in his nice bag that I put over my shoulder for stores like Old Navy, Marshall’s and others.
I Am A Photographer
I have taken many photos of Georgie and his friends and put up a nice little fan page for him on Facebook. You can LIKE Georgie by visiting his page “I Love Georgie2” and even see a video the very first day we brought him home.
Veterinarian’s Agree Fresh Is Best
We started following the vet’s direction and was feeding him pellet dog food, the same as the puppy dealer recommended. We were told it was premium quality but soon discovered he never really liked it or any other store-bought dog food we tried.
I decided to try fresh food and started to feed him burgers from fresh ground turkey meat, scrambled eggs with some turkey bacon and other things we thought would be good for him.
We have not increased the amount of meatloaf we feed Georgie over the years. We know the treat’s and the lack of exercise, add to any weight gain over the years.
Although his young weight was 11 pounds he now weighs in at 14 pounds, he is older, you can still feel his ribs and the vets think he is just fine.
However, I would love to have the manufacturers of dog treats, include caloric and other information as they do on human foods. This would then give us the knowledge we need to determine how much we can feed our dogs of any of these products.
Unlike Human Food
The law doesn’t require the pet food company’s to list calories in their food. Consumers know the caloric intake their dog is getting. It becomes a challenge to weigh a dog regularly to watch his weight loss or gain.
We have found out that after so many years the FDA had to step in and formally make a ruling about these products. This also proves that we can no longer trust corporate America.
They don’t always do what is right for us or for our dogs. We must try to feed our dogs wholesome food even if we have to make it ourselves.
The Perfect Recipe
As I continued to search for the perfect food for Georgie I began to do some serious research. I study all the labels on some of the best dog foods from all the high-end dog food companies.
After much research on the net and I finally came up with my very own formula for healthy, fresh food. The Georgie Meatloaf you will see in this video is the result of my research and efforts to provide Georgie with the healthiest and freshest food anywhere.
As you will see it is relatively easy to prepare and it will keep your beautiful doggies not only happy but healthy too.
Our Recipe and Ingredients List
Many have asked for a printed list of what we use in our meatloaf. Ingredients change from time to time, but here is a complete recipe including the amounts we used on our last batch of Georgie Meatloaf.
Use this as a guide, remember we make his meatloaf once every three months and we produce 8 meatloaf pans from our recipe that gives us 12 slices each (one day’s food) or 96 slices total.
Our Printed Recipe
This is a copyrighted article with the recipe. It can be shared as long as proper credits are given. © Len Rapoport, IPAIMPress.com with a link to this article.
Our two videos are also copyrighted with the U.S. Copyright Office. Covering both the early and the 2019 videos.
Click below link to download our complete recipe, plus good and bad food for your dog.
Eleven Years And Georgie Is Healthy
After eleven years of eating this Georgie meatloaf and he continues to be healthy in every way and in at his last visit to the vet, I was told he is perfect but could stand to lose a few pounds.
The doctor told me he was a strong, stocky, solid, muscular, dog with a good coat, great disposition. So many other wonderful things about him that I knew.
It was not only his genetics and our good care but the food he was eating. Our problem is not getting him enough exercise. Thinking of training him to get on our treadmill.
No More Vitamins Necessary
We no longer have to give him daily vitamins, no need for any special or exotic foods and he is just so full of fun and energy that we attribute some of this to the diet.
If your dog tends to have a loose bowel movement, stomach problems, throws up, try my meatloaf and watch his problems disappear.
Add Bone Meal To Our Recipe
We do recommend adding Upco Bone Meal to his diet, either in the meatloaf of mix it in when feeding. We buy ours at Amazon.com,
Bone meal is an all-natural, easy to use a supplement that promotes proper development of offspring and proper bone growth in growing animals. They require calcium and phosphorous for proper development of bones, teeth, and tissue and the bone meal will help them get what growing and older dogs need.
Tumeric For Dogs
Tumeric is another great supplement for your dog. “Turmeric has been shown to prevent and treat several chronic and serious diseases in humans, including cancer, arthritis, heart disease and more. Unsurprisingly, adding this supplement to your dog’s food can provide similar health benefits.” Click this link to discover the many benefits of this wonderful supplement. More information here…
Although our vet has recommended Tumeric for Georgie, I want to do a bit more research on it for him before moving forward. My wife started using Tumeric for Arthritis in one of her fingers and it greatly reduced the swelling. Will keep you all informed on future updates to this article, keep checking back.
Guests Love Georgie Meatloaf Too
When we have guest dogs staying with us or when we go to visit one of my sons who has two of his own dogs. We often give them some Georgie Meatloaf too and they all gobble it all up and as you will see in my video.
Dogs will lick the plates clean and then search for any morsels that may have landed on the floor. Incidentally, there have been times when the meatloaf comes out of the oven that I have taken some for my dinner and after seasoning it for my tastes, I can tell you it is pretty good.
Share My Video and Recipe
I have been asked by friends and family to share my Georgie Meatloaf secret recipe with them and decided that I should really share it with everyone that loves their doggies. Please feel free to follow my directions, but remember, my recipe and this video is © copyrighted and may not be used for commercial purposes without my written consent.
I would hate to see a big dog food company offer my Georgie Meatloaf and profit by doing so. So share this article and video with your friends and relatives. Watch their dogs zip through their next doctor’s visit as mine has.
Safe and Unsafe Fruit and Veggies
Loads of charts on Pinterest on Safe and Unsafe Foods for dogs. Click Here
In the past few years, I have received many comments about adding certain fruits, vegetables, and other ingredients into the meatloaf. My answer is always the same. Check the list of harmful ingredients and then be creative. I have located a great list of these items on the ASPCA website. Click here to see their list and what you can use in moderation
Another informative article is on the AKC website offers even more options.
Many of these spices or veggies are on the do not use the list for dogs.
Check carefully before you try to become more creative.
Remember, you may like certain spices or food items, but you are not a dog. Some of these exotic ideas may work for some, but I have found no need to feed my little guy raw meat or organs, he is not a wolf in the wild.
Raw For Your Dog?
Some viewers have stated that we should only feed our dog’s raw meat, others say we should only buy organic meat. Then there are those that want to spice up the meatloaf with garlic, onions and other spices.
Maybe a German Shepard or other large and powerful dog might thrive on a raw meat diet, but could you even imagine feeding a small or even a medium-sized dog this type of diet? I saw a video that showed one owner in his log cabin with a Bowie knife butchering a bunch of disgusting organs from various animals.
As I said, different people have different concepts of what is right for their dogs. I for one can’t see myself even touching raw organs of other strange parts of animals, can you?
Large and Small Dogs Love Georgie Meatloaf
As you can see from looking at all the testimonials from professionals and dog owners alike, Georgie Meatloaf is a great starting place for you to develop your own SAFE recipes for your dog.
Just remember, if the ingredients are safe enough for your family to eat and not on the Not Good For Dogs list, then use them in your meatloaf. As seasons change we have the benefit of changing up the meatloaf as well.
Feeding Larger Dogs
Now some viewers of my video have larger dogs that are 40-100 pounds and it would be impractical and expensive to feed them this recipe every day. I would suggest you use Georgie Meatloaf to supplement their diet.
Try feeding them a couple of times a week as a treat. You can also mix in some of the meatloaves with their dry food as well. Experiment and based on your budget, try what you think will work for you and for your dog.
Try New Ingredients
As the days, weeks and months go by I try new ingredients in our Georgie Meatloaf. For the past few months we have now added these two:
Oatmeal. Because of the large amount of liquid from the produce, this tends to absorb some of it and retain the vitamins and nutrients in that liquid. Oatmeal is a good source of fiber and helps with bowel issues, it’s also safe for dogs with wheat allergies. This is also a good replacement for white rice.
Pumpkin: Yup pumpkin is a great source of fiber and vitamin A. It’s also a helps if your dog has digestion problems. You can use raw or canned pumpkin in your Georgie Meatloaf.
Fruits Are Good Too
Also, consider these fruits…some dogs will eat anything others are fussy, but these are safe to feed them.
Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Pears, Apples…many others…remember no seeds, stems or skin (cantaloupe & watermelon of course)
Calcium, Microwave, Freezing, and other concerns – Updated August 2018
It is hard to answer questions on YouTube because the same issues keep popping up and new viewers can’t see the answers because there are so many questions. So here are some answers and links to extensive articles about these concerns.
CALCIUM: Many questions have been asked about calcium in the diet. Many veggies and beans are high in calcium and we use them in his meatloaf. Read more about calcium-rich foods here:
Georgie Meatloaf provides everything your dog needs to stay healthy. Your dog probably doesn’t need added calcium, in fact, it can be harmful. Read this article.
COOKING OR MICROWAVING FOOD: The rumor: Zapping food in a microwave leaches out key nutrients
We’ve all heard about how microwaves or cooking food removes some nutritional value but is it true? Is something bad happening to our food behind that microwave glass?
The verdict: If you do it right, cooking food in the microwave is one of the best ways to retain your food’s vitamins and minerals. Find out more about Microwaving food here.
Loss of Nutrients
“Whenever you cook food, you’ll have some loss of nutrients,” says registered dietician and certified food scientist Catherine Adams Hutt. “The best cooking method for retaining nutrients is one that cooks quickly, exposes food to heat for the smallest amount of time and uses only a minimal amount of liquid.”
Guess what? Microwave cooking does that.
CHEESE GOOD OR BAD:
Cheese is a good source of protein for your dog. It also provides vitamins and minerals, such as calcium, Vitamin A, B-complex vitamins and essential fatty acids.
A small piece of cheese can also provide the perfect camouflage for medications that your dog may need to take someday. It can be helpful to offer your dog occasional treats of cheese, but only if his body can handle it.
KETCHUP, TOMATOES, HARMFUL FOODS:
Many of my followers have commented on my use of Ketchup spread lightly on the top of the meatloaf or tomato sauce put into the meatloaf. There are many comments about Ketchup and the high fructose corn syrup in ketchup that is bad for the dog. The very small amount, a tablespoon or two on an entire meatloaf will not harm the dog.
Most dogs love tomato sauce and at now we put some into the large batch to give it flavor. Although the green portion of a tomato is harmful, there is nothing wrong with the canned tomatoes.
Do not use prepared Italian sauce, just plain tomatoes.
Use some of what is left for topping the meatloaf pans.
This now replaces the ketchup we used in the past. Either one is fine, but since we now use the canned tomatoes as part of the main ingredients we use it for the top too.
We continue to experiment with our recipe and I recommend you do the same. As long as the products you put into the food is “dog” safe, try it.
I hope this additional information will put these questions to rest.
Treats We, Feed Georgie
We supplemented his feeding with some made in the new TOP CHEWS USA made chicken jerky that we buy in a large bag at Costco, cost $19.99, but it will last many months.
We take a scissor and cut half of one strip, which is enough for one day, into small pieces and stores it in a little plastic baggy. He loves it and will do all sorts of tricks for them and we know it is also full of protein and good for him, and it is made with Tyson chicken and other natural ingredients.
American Made Products
We don’t have to be as concerned about this all American product and would never use any of the Chinese chicken or duck jerky we used to feed. I am waiting for reports that this product is also harmful to dogs too…it is just a matter of time.
We have tried other treats from Costco as well and started to see Georgie gain some weight. So we are now cutting him down on these extras for the next couple of weeks. We will give him these treats sparingly to see if he can shed some of that weight.
Georgie Meatloaf Fans
One of the Hundreds of Testimonials
Well, I made it yesterday and, on bated breath, I couldn’t anticipate enough if my Mon-Cheri would like it or not. She hadn’t been eating the dry food well enough since I obtained her last week and it had me worried.
The previous owner had her on a totally “vegan” diet, and I introduced her to dry food, grain-free chicken food diet.
Nevertheless, this morning cutting up slices of your recipe I made last night and smooshing it with the back of a fork and putting it into the microwave to heat it up a little bit, Mon-Cheri waited, ’cause she knew I was about to feed her and she was hungry.
Dry Food Ugh!
Previously, with the dry food, she’d go up to her bowl, smell it, take a few nibbles and then walk away from it. This morning she followed me underfoot. She went to her eating area and when I placed her bowl down. Attacked it like no tomorrow! She LOVED, LOVED, LOVED it.
Talk about devouring it as Georgie and Marley did; she licked her bowl and scrounged around the floor looking for more.
I guess she didn’t know what good eating was until I presented this to her. And yes, I gave her a wee bit more and she devoured that too!
She Loved It!
I was so excited that she loved it so much. I am so happy and grateful to have come across your tutorial, ’cause I know she’s getting the best of the best and I followed your recipe to the letter with one exception, I omitted the bacon bits. Only because she’s a little puppy and I don’t know how pork will affect her tummy.
Perhaps I’ll give it to her when she’s a little older. In the meantime, I have prepared enough slices to last for 2 weeks. Thanks again for this wonderful recipe. I am SO pleased and relieved!! I think my fur baby is on the road to goodness!!