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Updated: Feb 14
FOOD! FOOD! FOOD! Prepare their favorite food. Who doesn't like to be surprised with their favorite dish by someone special? Our dogs are no exception. Just as we will enjoy the experience and feel bonded by a culinary experience, the aromas and feelings will stir memories and feelings of affection in our dogs. And, as you may have already noticed, dogs have a remarkable appetite. If you really want to show your dog they are loved, take the time to prepare some exquisite homemade dog food as a nice surprise. This can be for a special occasion such as a birthday or anniversary of them coming into the family. Or, it can simply be a regular occurrence as you lavish more love on your furry friend. Here are some easy homemade dog food and treats for the busy dogmom Fart Free Homemade Dog Food Recipe This recipe has been around forever and is really the go-to recipe for when making dog food at home. It is also gentle on dogs tummies so no stinky farts! 📋 INGREDIENT NOTES 1.5 cups brown rice, slightly over-cooked 2 carrots, grated 1 zucchini, grated 1kg turkey or chicken mince 1 bunch of silverbeet or spinach, roughly chopped 📖 EASY DIRECTIONS Cook the brown rice according to the instructions and allow it to cool. Cook up the mince and the vegetables in a frypan until JUST cooked (or even a tad on the pink side). Mix well and store in a sealed container. Feed your dog one large cup for every meal.
Frozen Chicken Stock And Carrot Cubes If you’re looking for a great snack to feed your dog on a hot summer day, these Frozen Chicken Stock And Carrot Cubes are worth giving a go! They’re incredibly simple to make and help your dog stay hydrated in warm weather. 📋 INGREDIENT NOTES Low sodium chicken stock 1 carrot (can use other dog-friendly veggies like zucchini) 📖 EASY DIRECTIONS Prepare the chicken stock by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Shred the carrot using a grater. Pour the chicken stock into ice cube trays and add a couple of pinches of shredded carrot into each one. Wait around 3 hours for the cubes to freeze before serving them to your dog. Healthy and Quick to Make Carrot and Oatmeal Dog Treats
🥕 BENEFITS OF CARROTS FOR DOGS Carrots are a great snack for dogs because they're inexpensive and nutritious. You can reward good behavior with this vegetable without consuming the calories associated with cookies and other treats. Frozen carrots make cheap and edible chew toys. ARE OATMEAL TREATS GOOD FOR DOGS? Despite the fact that oatmeal is safe (and even healthy) for dogs, oatmeal cookies contain added sugar, which they should avoid. ARE THESE HOMEMADE DOG TREATS SAFE? Definitely! Only oats, peanut butter, and carrots are used in these treats, so they are safe for dogs. 🥣 SUPPLIES USED Blender Baking Sheet Parchment Paper Cute Doggie Cookie Cutters 📋 INGREDIENT NOTES 1 cup oats 1/2 c peanut butter 1/3 cup shredded carrots 📖 EASY DIRECTIONS Preheat the oven to 350° degrees Fahrenheit. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Grind the oatmeal into a fine flour like substance in a food processor add the peanut butter and carrots, blend well. You may have to take it all out and stir it to get it to fully combine into a dough. Roll the dough out onto a clean, flat surface to ¼ inch thickness. You may have to lightly flour it to get it to roll better. Cut shapes into the dough, then place them onto the baking sheet. Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until golden. Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely. ** Please make note that your dogs may have allergies or other conditions that may make these recipes unsuitable for them or their lifestyle. Please consult with your veterinarian. Use your own judgement when feeding these recipes to your dog **
HOW TO STORE DOG TREATS Make sure they have completely cooled after baking - I mean completely. Once the treats are put in a container or bag, even the smallest amount of residual warmth can cause condensation. The treats will become soggy and spoil faster. As these treats are dry, crunchy, and do not contain meat or fish, they can be stored for up to ten days at room temperature, four weeks in the refrigerator, and four months in the freezer. Always look at your dog's treat before giving it to him. If it looks soggy, discolored, or moldy, don't feed it to him. Do you make your own dog food? Send us your recipe so we can add it here for all the furmums! signed,
a 'Senior Dog' mom-O-Holic