Rover’s Chicken & Veggies Instant Pot Dog Food

By September 5, 2023 Recipes
Chicken and Veggies Instant Pot Dog Food Recipe
Many of the problems that your pet may experience are the direct result of the food they are eating. At Hopewell Animal Hospital we regularly see pets with respiratory problems, GI disturbances (diarrhea, constipation, inflammatory bowel), anxiety, lack of stamina, inflammatory or skin conditions, chronic conditions or pets who do not easily medicate or do “bodywork” (acupuncture or massage). For those pets, we have found they respond remarkably well to TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) food therapy. By utilizing our knowledge of food ingredients and their impact on health, Dr. Buchanan works closely with you create a personalized diet specific to the needs of your individual pet that will encourage their maximum health.
With those healing principles in mind, for #recipetuesday once a month we present to you a recipe to provide your dog or cat some easy, delicious food and treats!

Rover’s Chicken and Veggies Instant Pot Dog Food

There are many reasons that making homemade food for your dog is a bright idea—from the undeniable health benefits to the amount of money it can save you. Bust out that Instant Pot you got for the holidays because here’s a quick & easy recipe for healthy dog food from Heather Logue at Rover that couldn’t be easier!

The mix of ingredients in this recipe provides plenty of healthy protein, fiber, and vitamins, and is intended as a delicious, wholesome supplement to your dog’s regular diet, rather than a complete meal replacement. It’s important to make sure your dog gets all their needed nutrients- please consult with your vet before putting your pet on an entirely homemade diet. 


  • Chicken breast (2 breast)
  • Carrots (2 stalks)
  • Green beans (1 cup)
  • Sweet potatoes (1 med)
  • Brown Rice (1 cup)
  • Blueberry (1 cup)
  • Peas (1/2 cup)
  • Parsley for garnish
  • Water (2 cups)


  • Add 1 cup of brown rice
  • Add 2 chicken breast on top of rice
  • Add the rest of the ingredients (chopped carrots, green beans, sweet potatoes, along with peas and berries)
  • Add water
  • Close InstantPot and set to Manual high pressure for 25 min (If using frozen ingredients, add a few more min), then Natural release 10 min
  • Plate, Garnish with parsley (optional) and serve!

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