Looks to me like WAAAAAY too much work. And not that healthy. That is entirely too much grain - none of which your dog needs. If you want to find a healthy diet, look into Prey Model Raw. Almost all of it is unnecessary. All the grains need to go. I don't even get the molasses or honey - the last thing a dog needs is sugar. The yeast shouldn't be needed unless your dog has a special reason for it, and I have only ever heard of brewers yeast being used. I prefer salmon oil to the lower omega content cod liver oil. The spinach is doing nothing unless you puree it - and even then it's not necessary. The garlic is unnecessary and can be problematic if your dog is sensitive to it. Why feed bone meal if you can just feed bones... which wouldn't have all the nutrients cooked out of them? Flax Seed Oil fairly useless - both humans and dogs are bad at extracting usable omega 3's from it - you're much better off with salmon oil. As mentioned, the raisins are toxic. Shall I go on? Add: I'm not understanding the reasoning for the things you have chosen. ½ c. yogurt Why? It's not bad as a treat, or if your dog needs the added probiotics, but even then you're better off giving probiotic capsules because the dairy is likely to cause stomach upset ¼ c. steamed vegetables Totally useless unless you puree them. Even then, unnecessary. Dogs can't digest veggies. 1-2 tbsp. chopped parsley or herbs Um...why? 1 ½ tsp. vegetable oil Again...why? 1 tsp. Salmon oil That's a start 1 tsp. apple cider vinegar Why? 1 small cooked crushed egg --with shell (every other day) Ok, but why cook? 4 oz. liver That's a TON of liver for a little tiny dog. 12-15 oz. lamb Raw, with bone? Great. --1½ c. cottage cheese (substitute this for the beef once a week) Cottage Cheese is NO substitute for beef. Again, dairy, why? *Multi Vitamin Shouldn't be necessary if you're feeding a complete diet, but I can understand. *Vitamin C A multi is more than enough. *Sea Kelp I've never used it, but I know people who do that swear by it. I'm not convinced its so terrible. Where's the rest of the meat? Where's the bones? 80% muscle meat 10% bone 10% organ (half of that being liver) Work toward this.