Hamburgers, made from chicken or beef, are safe for dogs when made with pup-friendly ingredients. Since dogs have lived with humans so long, they often do best on a diet similar to ours, according to veterinarian Ron Hines. So, just frying up a hamburger doesn’t provide him with adequate nutrients found in vegetables and grains.
Crumble the meat in a large pot. Cook it on medium heat, continuously stirring until brown.
Add 1/2 cup of canola oil and 2 chopped garlic cloves to the meat. Allow it to cook for approximately 5 minutes until well blended.
Add 4 quarts of water to the mixture. Bring it to a boil.
Pour one can of kidney beans and one can of diced potatoes in the pot. There is no need to drain the vegetables.
Add 24 ounces of quick-cook oats to the mixture. Stir it with a large wooden spoon until it is thick like peanut butter. Allow it to cool.
Scoop out about 1/2 cup of the mixture and pat out a hamburger. Set it on wax paper and allow it to completely set for approximately an hour.