Homemade Beef Gravy Recipe for your Dog

Want your dog to have a delicious and nutritious homemade meal free from preservatives and sub par ingredients?  Then you have got to try this homemade beef gravy recipe for dogs!  Dogs love it for the powerful flavors, dog owners love it for being a cost effective and healthy meal for their furry friends.  Packed full of essential vitamins, minerals, proteins, and healthy fats — it will give your dog everything they need to keep going strong. 

Intimidated by the idea of making your own natural dog food? This homemade beef gravy for your dog made with all natural ingredients is easy to make as well! With 10 minutes prep, and 30 minutes of total cooking time you can easily make a weeks worth of meals for your pup — or even longer!

You can use this homemade dog food beef gravy recipe as a stand-alone meal or as a food topper for store bought food.

As always, we recommend consulting with your vet to determine how many calories your dog should be getting daily.

PROTIP: Store your excess beef gravy in ice trays in your freezer. After frozen, stored in a bag in the freezer, these beef gravy cubes will last up to two months. Make a ton a head of time and don’t spend another second worrying about whether your dog is getting healthy meals.

Homemade Beef Gravy for your Dog


  • 4 Oz Beef Liver
  • 1 Cup Beef Bone Broth
  • 1/2 Lb Ground Turkey
  • 2 Oz  Peas Frozen
  • 2 Oz Chopped Carrots
  • 2 Cups Water
  • 1 Lbs Coconut Oil


  • Puree your Beef Liver in a food processor
  • Brown ground turkey and beef liver in a pan
  • Add cooked ground turkey and beef liver to a large pot, combine rest of ingredients
  • Cook on low-medium for 30 minutes, covered
  • Serve according to your dogs nutritional requirements. Or freeze in ice cube trays for easy serving later!

Ame Vanorio

Ame Vanorio is a former science and special education teacher who has morphed into a freelance writer, specializing in blogs about animals, education and environmental science topics. She is the executive director of Fox Run Environmental Education Center and is a licensed wildlife rehabilitation expert. Ame lives on her farm in rural Kentucky with 4 wonderful dogs and lots of other critters!

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