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Vet is the King!
While most dogs can handle a variety of different treats fed in small doses, some might get an upset stomach if you switch foods too quickly or too often. Before you start making your own homemade dog food, talk to your vet and ask if he or she has any special ingredient suggestions, as some breeds may be more prone to food allergies than others. After getting your vet's approval, switch your dog's food over gradually, slowing mixing in a homemade dish with your regular food over the course of several days.

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Sensitive Dogs
One very useful tip I just received came from someone who made the Liver Brownies using ground-up leftover jasmine rice instead of cornmeal. For dogs with allergies to corn, this should work wonderfully. Since you can also use your dog's regular canned food in place of the liver in this recipe, this might be the first one to try if your dog is on a special diet. Another recipe that works well for dogs sensitive to wheat and corn products, and the rare ones sensitive to beef, is the one for Pumpkin Dog Cookies.


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Raw Meat Dogs
I want to note here that you can feed your pet a completely meat free diet. Many vegetarians don't feel right about feeding their dog meat and have successfully switched them to a vegetarian based diet. In this case you will want to make sure that your raw recipes have high quality protein sources in them. Two meals a day with appropriate portions should have your dog looking leaner in a few weeks, and remember most people tend to over feed their pets.


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Substitutes for Wheat Flour
If your dog is allergic to wheat or has a gluten intolerance, try substituting amaranth flour, rice flour, millet flour, quinoa flour, chick pea flour, almond flour, corn flour/starch/meal, oat flour, tapioca starch/flour, sorghum flour, potato starch/flour, or even instant potatoes. Buckwheat and tapioca are gluten free, but these flours may also contain wheat flour, so check the ingredients before using. Rye, oat and barley flour are not gluten free but can be used for some dogs. Note that Gelatin can be used to hold things together without the use of grains or carbohydrates, and it's good for the joints. Xantham gum, guar gum, pre-gel starch or gelatin can help bind ingredients together when using gluten-free flours.


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Salt (Sodium & Chloride)
Sodium and chloride are often thought of as a pair. Sodium chloride is basic table salt. Sodium and chloride help maintain the balance between fluids inside and outside individual cells of the body. Sodium aids in the transfer of nutrients to cells and the removal of waste products. Chloride helps maintain the proper acid/alkali balance in the body. Chloride is also necessary for the production of hydrochloric acid (HCl) in the stomach which helps in the digestion of protein. Sodium and chloride are found in almost all foods. In general, the chloride requirement is 1.5 times the sodium requirement. This is because most of the sodium and chloride come from salt, and by weight, salt provides 1.5 times more chloride than sodium. Adult dog foods should contain at least 0.06% sodium and 0.09% chloride (on a dry matter basis). Puppy foods should contain 5 times that much. Kitten and cat foods should contain at least 0.2% sodium and 0.3% chloride (on a dry matter basis). Most pet foods contain levels much higher than these minimum daily requirements.


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Note about Garlic
A number of the recipes above contain garlic, and many people have seen warnings not to feed garlic to dogs. It is true that large quantities of garlic cause anemia in dogs, but small amounts should not be harmful. Most dogs like the smell of garlic, which makes treats more attractive, and fresh, crushed garlic may even provide some health benefits, but it is fine to leave garlic out of these recipes if you prefer. Onions are more toxic than garlic and should be avoided. Note that cats are more sensitive to the effects of garlic and onions than dogs are.


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Note about Raisins
Raisins (and grapes) can be dangerous to dogs, resulting in kidney failure. Although a few raisins should not harm your dog, they should not be given regularly or in large amounts. See Grape and Raisin Toxicity in Dogs for more information.


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Ice Age
Many of the recipes offered for Dog Goodies are frozen treats. In summer, even when the external temperatures are very high, giving too many frozen goodies, especially to our smaller friends, can be very threatening. According to a vet who has worked in veterinary medicine since 1982, there was once a standard Dachshund (about 28 lbs.) that came into the hospital shaking and lethargic. When they investigated, the owner said she'd been feeding him ice cubes because "he loves them." Love them dogs might, but reduce their core temperature they can! Just use lots of good sense and a little caution.


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Killing Cookies
Dog cookies are fun to make and you can throw in what your dog likes. For instance with my Joshie I found out he was allergic to wheat flour so I just substituted oat bran, rice or some other kind of flour. Or you can simply use half and half of particular flours as I have. I've never had a problem with the recipe doing that. "White flour" is not good for dogs. Some flours or ingredients you have to find in a health food stores like the Carob powder or carob chips. I have always just left the 'dippings' off my cookies. For instance I could never find beet powder for the red coloring. I wouldn't recommend using human food colorings for your dippings or frostings.

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Remember we're thinking 'healthy' for our dogs. Although without the dippings the cookies don't look as attractive, but believe me your dog's won't mind a bit. Some of these recipes calls for things like salt. I never put salt into my dogs cookies, I just leave it out. You dog isn't going to miss the taste of salt plus they don't need the extra salt. Some recipes calls for sugar. I personally never put sugar in my cookies I always substituted honey in it's place. Also when a recipe calls for beef or chicken broth I always look for low sodium broths. You can always use yogurt for frosting on a cake instead of cream cheese. Please use your discretion with the ingredients for these recipes, I have varied them with good results. Remember since we're making homemade, we're watching what we put into our dogs stomachs. We want 'healthy but tasty cookies' and we want to make it fun!!

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Control The Process
Control what goes into the recipe. You can ensure that your pet is getting a nutritious and wholesome snack. You can also tailor your dog treat recipes to your dog's taste preferences as well as cater to any dietary restrictions. Prevent unhealthy additives. Many brands of commercial dog treats are filled with preservatives, which help to extend their shelf life. In addition, store bought treats are often made from fillers and byproducts as opposed to natural and high quality ingredients. By creating your own treats at home, you will be able to provide your dog with a healthy snack that is not only nutritious but is also free of unhealthy additives. Tasty alternative. Making your own dog treats allows you to provide your pet with a tasty alternative to his usual doggie biscuit. Happy baking!

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Remember human - Chocolate is deadly to your dog, especially the baking kind. Never use it for baking these cookies for your dogs. Always use only Carob!

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Dog Food: Nutritional Balance
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Your dog is a member of the family and you want him to eat just as well and healthily as you do. Don't make the mistake of assuming you can just feed your dog whatever you're eating, though. Dogs have different nutritional needs than people, so you'll need to understand what makes a balanced diet for your pet. Once you understand that nutritional balance, start making and feeding your dog delicious home-cooked meals.

Dog Food: Nutritional Balance

Difference between the diet of your dog and the wild dogs and wolfs
Yes, wolves or wild dogs can survive in the wild without balanced meals. But, their average lifespan is considerably shorter. They also eat very differently than your dog is used to. While you might feed your dog pure protein, dogs in the wild eat organs like kidney, liver, brain, and the contents of the guts. This makes for a more complex nutrition than simply feeding meat (protein) and rice (carbohydrate) from the store. If you feed your dog an unbalanced home prepared diet, it can take years for the problems to appear. This is because it's the micro-nutrition (vitamins and minerals) that are probably lacking, instead of the calories. For example, a dog might do fine for weeks or years, but some time later the dog may get a fractured leg because of long term calcium deficiency in his diet.

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Unfortunately, you can't simply look at recipes that look tasty. Since there's no "one size fits all" option for canine nutrition, you'll need to feed a diet that's been designed for your individual dog by a doctor of animal nutrition. For example, a growing puppy needs up to double the calories per pound of body weight of an adult, while a senior dog needs 20% less than an adult. Basic diets, even those designed by veterinarians, often lack nutrition. A study analyzed 200 recipes created by veterinarians. The majority of the recipes were deficient in at least one key area of nutrition.


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Prepare dog food correctly
Once you've gotten a recipe specific to your dog, correctly process the food to maintain vitamins and minerals. Always be sure to follow the directions exactly. If the recipe states chicken plus the skin, then that's exactly what it means. Do not remove the skin since this could throw out the fat balance. You should also weigh the ingredients out carefully, using a kitchen scale rather than cups, which could vary. To preserve nutrients, don't over boil veggies. Instead, try to steam and serve them partially raw in order to preserve vitamins. Don't improvise or substitute ingredients. These can throw off the nutritional balance.


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Calcium
Dogs have a very high requirement for calcium and while you could give your dog a bone, there are health risks. Bones can splinter, scratching the lining of the bowels and causing painful inflammation and septicaemia (blood infections). Instead, you can add calcium carbonate, calcium citrate, or eggshell crushed into a fine powder. 1 teaspoon is equal to around 2,200mg of calcium carbonate, and a 33 pound adult dog needs 1 gram a day (half a teaspoon). Bones can also knit together within the gut and cause blockages that need surgical removal. It's also very difficult to know when the dog has gotten enough calcium from the bones he does eat.


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Protein
Include protein. A 33 pound adult dog needs a minimum of 25 grams of pure protein a day. This can include egg (which has a high amount of the essential amino acids required by dogs), followed by animal protein, such as meat from chicken, lamb, or turkey. High-quality vegetarian sources, like high-protein pulses, seeds, and eggs, can also supplement the diet. Try to make sure that a minimum 10% of your dog's diet is coming from quality protein (meat). Protein is made up of small building blocks called amino acids. There are 10 amino acids which dogs cannot make for themselves and must be supplied in their diet.


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Fats
Add fats. A 33 pound adult dog (about the size of an average Staffordshire bull terrier) needs at least 14 grams of fat a day. You can make sure your dog is getting fat in his diet by including meat or feeding chicken skin. It's recommended that a minimum 5% of your dog's diet comes from fats (by weight). Fat contains fat-soluble vitamins which are essential for good health. They also play a role in creating new cells proper cell functioning.


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Carbohydrates
Include carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are where most of your dog's calories should come from. Specifically, half of your dog's diet should come from carbohydrates. An active 30 pound dog needs around 930 calories a day. To make sure he's getting them, include wheat, rice, oats, and barley in his diet. Carbohydrates provide energy (while some is given from protein and fat). They also give fiber for healthy gut function.


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Minerals

Include minerals. Dogs need calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium, iron and copper to mention but a few. Mineral deficiencies can lead to a variety of problems, including weak bones prone to fracturing, anemia, or poor nerve conduction which can lead to seizures. Different foods contain varying degrees of minerals, especially fresh vegetables which require careful research to make sure your dog's diet is getting enough of each. Try to include the following high-mineral vegetables in your dog's diet: Green leafy vegetables (raw or cooked), such as spinach, kale, spring greens, brussel sprouts, Bok choy, and chard; Butternut squash (cooked); Turnip (cooked); Parsnip (cooked); French beans (cooked); Okra (cooked);


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Vitamins
Add vitamins. Vitamins are an important part of your dog's diet. A vitamin deficiency can lead to problems like blindness, poor immune systems, skin lesions, and susceptibility to infections. Since vitamins are found in a varying degrees in several foods, offer a variety of vegetables. Green vegetables are generally a good source of vitamins and minerals, but some dogs don't like the taste and tend to leave them. Green vegetables can be served raw, but be aware there's a risk of the dog becoming flatulent. Avoid overcooking vegetables since this will destroy the vitamin content. Vegetables that you wouldn't ordinarily eat raw yourself, like turnip, swede, parsnip, or potato for example, should always be cooked to prevent the risk of bowel obstruction and to make them digestible.








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DOG FOOD RECIPES
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Wondering what to stuff inside of your dog's Kong toy?
The following dog recipes make delicious treats, whether you decide to stuff them inside a Kong toy, or just serve them up as special homemade treats for your dog, anytime! You can either make up your own Kong recipes (based on your dog's personal tastes) using a combination of 2 or more pet friendly foods, or you can rely on pre-tested fillings that have worked well for others.

Following are some great Kong recipes that have worked well for other dog owners. That said, use your own judgment in deciding whether or not to fill your dog's Kong toy with human foods.

Smear some peanut butter on a slice of bread. Fold up the bread and cram it into the Kong. Freeze & serve.

Use your finger to coat the inside of the Kong with something sticky (like peanut butter or honey) then toss medium sized dog treats inside - the kind that barely fit inside the hole and are hard to get out.

Try microwaving some peanut butter or cheese first - this makes it runny and easy to pour into the KONG and leaves very little to waste. Then layer with another food item. Then freeze. The microwaved peanut butter & cheese fills every crack and crevice inside the Kong acting as a glue around the other ingredients making it much more challenging for your dog.

For the simplest Kong treat of all, just smear a little peanut butter or honey around the inside of the Kong. You'd be surprised how long your dog will work at this simple little treat.

Moisten your dog's dry kibble (either with water, or with some much more flavorful low salt broth). Then spoon it into the Kong toy. Freeze & serve.

Cram a small piece of dog biscuit (or a dog liver treat) into the small hole of the Kong. Smear a little honey (or Kong Stuff 'n product) around the inside. Fill it up with dry dog food. Then block the big hole with dog biscuits placed sideways inside. (Make sure they're not impossible for your dog to get out, though.)

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More Recipes for Kong Toys
CHEESY ELVIS: Combine a ripe banana, 3 spoonfuls of peanut butter, and a slice of cheese. Mix until blended well. Fill the Kong and freeze.

MONSTER MASH: Instant mashed potatoes (without the salt) - or leftover mashed potatoes from dinner, mixed with crushed dog biscuits.

DOGGIE OMLET: Combine a scrambled egg, some beef, yogurt, cheese and mashed potatoes all together

FIBER CRUNCH: Combine bran cereal with some peanut butter.

KONGSICLE JERKY POPS: The equivalent of a popsicle. Seal the small hole of the Kong toy with peanut butter. Fill to the rim with water and a pinch of bouillon (or just use chicken broth instead). Place a stick or two of beef jerky inside. Freeze. (This one gets messy in a hurry, so it's recommended only for outdoor use.)

GOOEY CHEERIOS: Combine cheerios and peanut butter. Freeze.

FRUIT KITTY NOODLES: Mix together some dried fruit, cooked pasta, banana and dry cat food.

BANANA YOGURT: Plain yogurt and mashed bananas. (You can also add a little peanut butter or other fruits.) Then freeze it.

PEANUT BUTTER GLUE: Fill Kong 1/3rd full of dog food. Pour in melted peanut butter (after it has cooled from microwaving). Add more dog food, followed by more melted peanut butter until the Kong toy is full. Freeze until solid.

ROCK-HARD KIBBLE: Combine some of your dog's regular food with cream cheese, which acts as a cement, keeping everything inside.

STICKY BREAD: Smear peanut butter on a piece of bread. Fold it over and stuff inside the Kong. Mix together plain yogurt with some fruits or vegetables (carrots, celery) and pour inside. Freeze. The yogurt sticks to the bread holding everything together.

APPLE PIE: Squeeze a small piece of apple into the tiny hole. Fill the Kong with a small amount of plain yogurt. Add a few slices of mashed banana, more apple, yogurt, banana. End with a slice of banana and chunk of peanut butter on the top.

CRUNCH 'N MUNCH: Combine crumbled rice cakes and dried fruit with some cream cheese and plain croutons.

PUMPKIN PIECES: Combine some plain yogurt, canned pumpkin, and cooked rice in a small baggie. Mix well inside the bag, then snip off a corner of the bag and squeeze it into the Kong toy. Freeze.

KIBBLE-SICLE: Put a glob of peanut butter into the Kong first. Then add some dry dog food. Pour in some chicken broth. Add some more peanut butter, followed by more dry dogfood. End with another glob of peanut butter at the very top. Freeze until solid.

OLD STANDBY: Soak some of your dog's regular food in water (or chicken broth) for a brief time before placing it inside a Kong, then freeze.

MUTT & CHEESE: Melt a cube of Velveeta cheese in the microwave, until it's gooey not runny. Fill the Kong toy with cooked noodles. Pour cheese over noodles.

FROZEN BONZ: Mix up some bananas, unsweetened applesauce, oatmeal, peanut butter, and plain yogurt. Freeze.

CHEEZY DELIGHT: Combine small chunks of cheese (or cheese spread) with some dry dogfood and microwave until the cheese melts. Let it cool completely, then pour into the Kong toy. Freeze thoroughly.

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Carrot Cake for Dogs
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HEALTHY HOMEMADE DOG FOOD RECIPES
HEALTHY HOMEMADE DOG FOOD
NATURAL & ORGANIC RECIPES

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When I adopted my dog a few years ago, I kept feeding her the same commercial brand of dog food she had eaten at the kennel. A few months after, she started to develop heat rashes and dry skin. In a desperate attempt to get my poor girl to stop scratching, I started reading up on dog food ingredients and learned that most commercial dog food contains meat byproducts, fillers, and general junk I didn't want my dog eating. After that, I switched to organic dog food and treats, but that started to get very expensive. For example, the treats cost about $10 for just a small bag.

>HEALTHY HOMEMADE DOG FOOD RECIPES

To save some money, I started looking into different homemade dog food and treat recipes and found that I could save money by making my dog's meals and snacks. In addition to the cost savings, the food I make for my dog is much healthier than commercial dog food. Most homemade dog treats keep for a week or more, and you can freeze homemade dog food, so you always have some cheap, healthy alternatives on hand for your pup.

>HEALTHY HOMEMADE DOG FOOD RECIPES

Below are my favorite homemade organic dog food and treat recipes that you can try at home.

Homemade dog food is healthier than the mass produced dog food brands, and significantly cheaper than most of the organic dog food brands. Making your own dog food does take a bit of time, but you can make extra and store it in the freezer.

Feeding your dog homemade dog food can reduce the risk of skin allergies, boost their immune system, improve their digestive system, and give them renewed energy.

These treats have a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and meat your dog will love. By purchasing organic ingredients, and sticking to low sugar and low fat options, you can keep your dog healthy as well.

While most dogs can handle a variety of different treats fed in small doses, some might get an upset stomach if you switch foods too quickly or too often. Before you start making your own homemade dog food, talk to your vet and ask if he or she has any special ingredient suggestions, as some breeds may be more prone to food allergies than others. After getting your vet's approval, switch your dog's food over gradually, slowing mixing in a homemade dish with your regular food over the course of several days.

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25 Apple Dog Food Recipes
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Apples offer vitamin C and dietary fiber, and they are low in sodium and saturated fat. They contain calcium and phosphorus, and they also add to a dog's skin and coat health by adding omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids to his diet.

1. Apple Peanut Butter Dog Treats
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2. Apple, Cheddar, and Bacon Bit Dog Treats
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3. Apple and Peanut Butter Dog Treats
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4. Apple Oatmeal Homemade Dog Biscuits
by Brownie Bites

5. Apple Oatmeal Dog Treats
by Pawsh Magazine

6. Pumpkin and Apple Dog Treats
by Pumpkinista

7. Homemade Apple and Carrot Dog Treats Recipe
by The Rodimels

8. Sweet Potato Apple Dog Treats
by Whole Foods

9. Apple Pumpkin Banana Bones
by Sugar the Golden Retriever

10. Homemade Natural Dog Treat Recipe with Fresh Apples
by 17 Apart

11. Homemade Gluten-Free Ginger Apple Treats
by Good Dogs & Co

12. Apple Carrot Bits
by Doggy Dessert Chef

13. Grain-Free Peanut Butter Apple Doggy Cake
by Spoonful of Sugar Free

14. Homemade Apple Chip Dog Treats
by First Home Love Life

15. Apple Bacon Dog Treats
by Munchin with Munchkin

16. Frozen Apple Dog Treats
by Irresistible Pets

17. Sweet Potato and Apple Pupcakes
by The Speckled Palate

18. Apple Oatmeal
by Doggyloot

19. Apple, Carrot & Bacon Dog Biscuits
by The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen

20. Apple Pie Dog Treat Recipe
by Dog Tipper

21. Delicious Apple Pie Recipe
by Pup Culture Magazine

22. Apple Cranberry Dog Treats
by Doggy Dessert Chef

23. Apple Crunch Pupcakes
by Lola the Pitty

24. Apple Cinnamon Dog Treats
by Two Little Cavaliers

25. Ginger Apple Lamb Muttballs
by Kols Notes








25 Pumpkin Dog Food Recipes
25 PUMPKIN RECIPES FOR DOG
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Pumpkin is full of fiber which is good for both diarrhea and constipation. You can put a spoonful in your dog's food to help with tummy issues or use it to bake homemade dog treats. Here is a list of 25 irresistible pumpkin dog treats recipes for the fall season!

1. Pumpkin Cheesecake Dog Treats
by Irresistible Pets

2. Pumpkin FroYo Bites
by Irresistible Pets

3. Pumpkin Spice Puppuccinos
by Lola the Pitty

4. Miley and Howie s 3-Ingredient Homemade Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Treats
by Kevin and Amanda

5. Homemade Pumpkin Dog Biscuits
by Joy s Life

6. Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats
by Brit and Co

7. Homemade Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats
by Live Laugh Rowe

8. Lola s Pumpkin Dog Biscuits
by Lola the Pitty

9. Halloween Dog Treats
by Pretty Fluffy

10. Pumpkin Squirrel Dog Treats
by Margaritas in the Rain

11. Homemade No-Bake Dog Treats with Pumpkin and Oat
by Two Little Cavaliers

12. Layered PUMPKIN Frosty Bones
by Sugar the Golden Retriever

13. Frosty Pumpkin Treats
by Canine Pantry

14. Pumpkin Dog Treat Donuts
by Dog Treat Kitchen

15. Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Balls
by Peanut Butter and Peppers

16. Bella's Thanksgiving Pumpkin Muffins


17. Pumpkin Muffin Doggie Treats
by The Pet Anthology

18. Pumpkin Bunny Muffins
by Bunny Roo Beagle

19. DIY Dog Cookies with Pumpkin Cheesecake Icing
by Two Little Cavaliers

20. Pumpkin Banana Dog Cupcakes
by Style Sweet

21. Homemade Dog Treat Pumpkin Muffins
by Benola

22. Pumpkin & Flax Seed Good-Dog Treats
from The White on Rice Couple

23. Cleo s Pumpkin Dog Biscuits
by Simmer Til Done

24. Cheese and Pumpkin Seed Biscuits
by Old Dog New Tricks

25. Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Spice Dog Treat
by Kol's Notes

25 Pumpkin Dog Food Recipes








25 Pumpkin Dog Food Recipes
25 HALLOWEEN RECIPES FOR DOG
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1. Skeleton Bone Treats
by Irresistible Pets

2. Ghostly Ice Cube Treats
  by Irresistible Pets

3. Halloween Cat Cookie
by ASPCA

4. Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Pooch Treats
by ASPCA

5. Creepy Ghostly Halloween Frosty Dog Treats
by Sugar the Golden Retriever

6. Dog Mummy Cookies
by Kol s Notes

7. Gobble Up Cat Treats
by Paw Nation

8. Bark O Lantern Dog Treats
by Paw Nation

9. Pumpkin Tuna Cat Treats
by Paw Nation

10. Spooky Dog Treats
by Homespun with Love

11. Skull and Crossbones Halloween Frozen Dog Treats
by Beagles and Bargains

12. Candy Corn Frozen Dog Treats
by Beagles and Bargains

13. Candy Corn Cheesy Treats
by Kol s Notes

14. Last Minute Halloween Treats
by Pretty Fluffy

15. Pawesome Pumpkins








Dog Homemade Food Recipes
DOG HOMEMADE FOOD
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When I adopted my dog a few years ago, I kept feeding her the same commercial brand of dog food she had eaten at the kennel. A few months after, she started to develop heat rashes and dry skin. In a desperate attempt to get my poor girl to stop scratching, I started reading up on dog food ingredients and learned that most commercial dog food contains meat byproducts, fillers, and general junk I didn't want my dog eating. After that, I switched to organic dog food and treats, but that started to get very expensive. For example, the treats cost about $10 for just a small bag. To save some money, I started looking into different homemade dog food and treat recipes and found that I could save money by making my dog's meals and snacks. In addition to the cost savings, the food I make for my dog is much healthier than commercial dog food. Most homemade dog treats keep for a week or more, and you can freeze homemade dog food, so you always have some cheap, healthy alternatives on hand for your pup. Below are my favorite homemade organic dog food and treat recipes that you can try at home.


Healthy Dog and Puppy Home-made Recipes

Organic Treat Recipes
These treats have a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and meat your dog will love. By purchasing organic ingredients, and sticking to low-sugar and low-fat options, you can keep your dog healthy as well.

Peanut Butter Cookies
Dogs love peanut butter, and these cookies are a great way to sneak some fish oil into your dog's diet. Fish oil improves your dog's coat, making it shiny, soft, and healthier. Look for organic peanut butter at your grocery store. Many commercial brands of peanut butter have unhealthy hydrogenated oils and additives. Better yet, make your own peanut butter using raw peanuts and peanut oil, and processing the mixture in your food processor.

Chicken Jerky
I give my pup these chicken jerky treats as an alternative to the store-bought raw hides. The jerky is tough and chewy, so it keeps my dog occupied for a while, and the chicken has a good amount of protein, which is good for a dog's muscle structure.

Frozen Yogurt Pops
If your dog loves to chase ice cubes around the kitchen, then he'll love these frozen treats. They're made from human grade ingredients and include fruit juice and carrots, which give your pup an added vitamin boost. Yogurt has calcium and protein, and can help your dog digest food. Note that this recipe calls for non-fat yogurt, which is a much healthier alternative to other types of yogurt, especially if your dog is overweight.

Fruit and Vegetable Strips
These strips work as a cheaper alternative to the organic chewy treats sold in pet stores. They also break apart easily, so you can serve smaller pieces as training rewards. Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamin C, which can help boost your dog's immune system.




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Dogs are primarily omnivorous animals and they strive on animal meat most of the time. But with the increasing popularity of vegetarianism or religious limitations people prefer feeding vegetarian food to the dogs. Dogs can survive on vegetarian food. But it is essential to strike a balance of all nutrients. If a dog is fed vegetarian food then we recommend giving ready-made food for 1 meal to achieve a balanced diet. We have tried to create interesting vegetarian recipes and treats to satisfy the dog's taste buds and nutritional requirements.

Pig Trotter Brawn

Bake-A-Dish

Doggie Biscuits

Garlic Cheese Nibbles

Misal

Pasta and Vegetable Caserole

Quick Snack

Rice Porridge

Spinach Dumplings

Sprouts Rice

Traditional Corn Bread

Indian Dal

Vegan Dog Treat

Vegetable Stew

Vegetables with Cracked Wheat

Vegetarian Dog Cookies

Veggie Vittles

Voo Doo Bones

Palak Rice

Corn Au Gratin

Moong Dal Pulao




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A Healthy Breakfast
A yummy large breakfast meal

Amanda's HomeMade Dog Food
An easy-to-make meal. Made to help you save money, and to make your dog happy.

Amber's breakfast recipe for dogs
A great recipe for your best friend on any given morning.

A Simple Doggy Biscuts
For a happy but healthy dog or puppy.

Barking Breakfast
A yummy breakfast for your pup.

Beagle Buffet
imple dinner for any dog. It adds a nice sheen to the coat and makes for healthy eyes and heart.

Biscuits-n-Gravy
A nice addition to dry kibble.

Breakfast Bowl
Great for breakfast or dinner.

Breakfast Delight
A Bacon and Egg Delight sure to have all tails wagging

Budget Recipe

Chicken and Vegetables
Dinner for a week

Chicken Dinner
Bones and raw food diet. This is a raw, healthy, delicious chicken dinner for dogs.

Cinnamon Apple Snaps
A fabulous fall treat!

Collie Diet
Good for health & coat

Deer and Rice
Rice and venison, ground veggies, (carrots, turnups, potatoes, green beans)

Dog Chow
It is a great for an every day meal, or just once in a while!

Doggie Burger
Feed once in a while, when you feel Rover needs a very special treat.

Doggie Takeout Sandwich
A simple sandwich for your pooch.

Doggy Stew
A healthy stew for doggys (that their owners can enjoy too).

Duke & Echos Daily Delight
This recipe feeds a 65 lb. pittbull & 16lb. dachsund for 4 days.

Ellies Caldo Delicioso
A delicious Mexican chicken stew I regularly share with my owner.

German Shepherd Casserole
A casserole with meat potatoes, and veggies.

Lamb dinner
This is a delicious recipe your dog is sure to love and it's healthy too :)

Low Fat Dog Food
This dog food was given to me by my Veterinarian for my 7 lb 6 oz dog to lose weight.

Low Fat Rice & Egg Pie
This is an easy, low fat pie that can be cut up into portions and frozen. Excellent for smaller dogs.

Meghan's Dog Chow
A healthy food for your loving friend

Riley's Real Food
Versatile meal for you pups.

Very Yummy Meal
A healthy recipe that your dogs will really like!!!

Yumbo
A health food for dogs

Yummy lamb lunch
A tasty, healthy meal that any dog is sure to love!!








Dog Meal Recipes by  WWW.HOME.GWI.NET
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Thanks to the nice people at Dog Fancy, Rodale Press, and the other fine publications who called, interviewed me, and posted links to this site back in the '90s. There weren't very many recipe Web sites or cookbooks for dogs back then. They were ahead of the trend. Nowadays there are plenty of resources for canine cuisine, and lots of happy dogs now have all-natural, homemade treats and even meals. Thanks too to all of the good people who allowed me to reprint their recipes or link to their sites.

Canine Cookies
a variation of my old favorite Pup Cookies recipe, except that the cookies are dropped instead of rolled and contain cod liver oil.

Barney's Best Biscuits
Another variation, this one with vegetables and rolled oats.

Peanut Butter-Oatmeal Cookies

Peanut Butter-Honey Bones

Microwave Doggie Donuts

Peanut Butter Boomer Treats, with thanks to Ann Short

Panda & Bamboo's Homemade Chicken Jerky, with thanks to Carol Hammons

Peanut Butter Balls, with thanks to Laurie Coombs

Liver Bacon Puppy Biscotti, with thanks to Gina Snow

Canine Holiday Canes, with thanks to Grass Roots Beardies

Pup Cookies, with thanks to Linda Shea

Liver Brownies, with thanks to Sharon Prassa

Beardie Coolers, with thanks to Lynne Corn

Peanut Butter Biscuits and Ham & Swiss on Rye, with thanks to Carol Anne Rayson

Beardie Valentine Kisses, with more thanks to Carol Anne

Magic Doggie Cookies, with thanks to Bruce and Chris Peterson

Golden Beardie Liver Brownies, with thanks to Julie Grawe

Happy Dog Bones, with thanks to Gloria the Sighthound Lover

Tuna/Salmon Fudge from Sharon Puline and the Keeshonds

Husky Treats, compliments of Christine Smith

Woofie Rewards, from the BCCA Newsletter

Best Dog Cookies Ever, compliments of Cson Johnson

K-9 Kupcakes from Cson (thanks again!)

Bannockburn's Baahd Bikkies, with thanks to Carol Anne Rayson

Frosty Paws (Two Recipes)

Bella's Parmesan Biscuits for Dogs (of course!) with compliments from Lisa and the pack at OLiver's Brownies

Great Gravy Cookies, from Rusty's Mom

Nanna's Homemade Sweet Potato & Fish Dinner, with thanks to Jody Workman

Doggie Ice Cream, from Broadview Animal Hospital, Rochester, NH

Pumpkin Dog Cookies

Good Dog Biscuits

Stella's Cookies

Peanut Butter Squares

Honey Peanut Cookies

Simple Dog Biscuit Recipe

Frozen Peanut Butter Yogurt Cups

No-Flea Biscuits

Carob Cookies

Microwave Hot Dogs

Gourmet Dog Biscuits

Molasses Cookies

Milk Bones

Frozen Peanut Butter Yogurt Treats

Soft Banana Strips

Carob Crunchies

Banana Pupcakes

Banana Bites

Pupsicles





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Looking for some raw dog food recipes? One of the most precious members of many families is the four legged pooch that licks your face to tell you how much he loves you. If you are considering changing your diet to include more raw foods, then it only makes sense to change the way your dog eats as well. After all you want your best friend's diet to be as healthy as yours so you can enjoy an active lifestyle together. Now let's look at some sample raw dog food recipes, and keep in mind they may vary depending on your dog's size and individual needs.


Turkey Neck Supreme

Beef Dinner

Puppy Chow (8 to 12 weeks)




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The following free dog food recipes will give your dog a bit of variety from the usual dog roll meat or cans. With so many commercial dog food varieties on the market today it is difficult to know which brand is the best for your dog. One thing to look into is what colours, preservatives and other additives are included. Like in human processed foods a number of chemicals are added which could possibly be detrimental to your dog's health. If you do buy commercially processed dog food and you want quality then look at the ones without colours and additives. The cheaper the product most likely the more chemicals and fillers are in the product. And remember, if you change your dog's diet do it gradually over a period of days. A sudden change of diet can upset their stomach.

Yummy Lamb & Rice

Beef with Rice & Vegetables

Dog Liver Dip

Dog Diet Recipe

Recipe for Fussy Eaters :)




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Satin Balls

Peanut Butter Balls

Hot Dog Coins

Liver Cookies

Dried Beef Liver




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Grain-Free Dog Treats

Frozen Peanut Butter Yogurt

Peanut Butter Beacon Treats

Peanut Butter Pupcakes

Sweet Potato Pretzel Treats

Beef Cheddar Dog Treats

Apple Cheddar Pupcakes




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Three months ago, one of our dogs developed some serious digestion issues, and after no answers from the vet, I decided to get rid of their gluten-filled, processed meat-filled dog food and make up some dog friendly recipes to feed them instead. I turned to Rachel Ray, who always has some super healthy homemade dog recipes in her magazine that are inexpensive to make and contain only pure ingredients. After just one week, our dog's issues were completely gone and she seemed so much healthier and happier.

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I also like Rachel Ray's brand of dry dog food in stores, if you're wondering what the best store bought options are. If your pet has skin allergens of any kind, digestion issues, or has no energy, then I suggest to eliminate gluten in their diet first to see if that helps. The best way to do that is to start making some of these simple dog friendly recipes. The dry brands of gluten-free, grain-free dog food at the store are so expensive and sometimes, they don't even work as well as real food. Your pup will be so excited when you go to fix their food and you'll be so happy knowing you're taking care of them by preparing something nourishing for them. Many people even notice that their dog's anxiety and nervous energy goes away after eating a whole foods diet. Treat your dog well, they deserve it!

Mighty Muffin Meatloaves

Sweet Pooch Pancakes

Sensational Salmon Cakes

Meat Me Backyard Hash

Dog Casserole

Pupkin Biscuits








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DOG FOOD HOMEMADE RECIPES
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Making your dog their own treats isn't too uncommon these days. Homemade pet treats are the perfect alternative to preservative-filled, commercial brands of pet treats sold in supermarkets. Baking your own dog treats enables you to control the ingredients, giving a dog with allergies or weight issues the same indulgences while satisfying their dietary requirements. I've rounded up 20+ of the most popular homemade dog treats recipes I've either created myself or found online for your convenience. I've taken into account recipes that feature gluten-free ingredients as well as those that can be baked in as little as 2 steps. Be sure to check with your vet about which foods are appropriate for you to share with your pet before baking these tasty treats.

Pumpkin Muffin Doggie Treats
A vitamin-rich, fiber-rich pumpkin treat recipe, that is both flavorful and healthy.

Healthy Peanut Butter & Pumpkin Dog Treats
A healthy and delicious gluten-free peanut butter and pumpkin dog treat recipe.

Sweet Potato Dog Treats
This quick and easy adaptation of a fall favorite is sure to have your pups tail wagging!

Martha's Dog Food
This Raw pet food delicacy might be a good alternative to processed food.

DoggIY: Easy Two Ingredient Homemade Dog Treats
This two-step recipe is an easy way and delicious way to spoil your pup.

(Wheat-free) Sweet Potato Chicken
Got a dog with a sensitive stomach? These chicken biscuits will hit the right spot.

Lip Smacking Good Dog Treats!
These gobble-worthy treats are a healthy alternative to store bought brands.

Pumpkin Molasses Doggie Treats
I really want to try out this simple and nutritious pumpkin recipe. It's a helpful ingredient for dogs experiencing stomach issues too.

Cleo's Pumpkin Dog Biscuits
This treat was baked to cure the stomach issues this blogger's dog was experiencing. A quick treat that'll leave them healthier and satisfied.

Izzy's Apple Cheddar Dog Biscuits
Associate food producer Courtney Knapp shared this recipe from her mother, Marcia Knapp.

Apple & Cheddar Pupcakes
Whether its a birthday or any occasion, these pupcakes deliver.

Sparky's Doggie Treats
One reviewers praise of these treats: "Any dog will be sure to love these doggie biscuits. They have just the right amount of peanut butter flavor to please your four-legged friends!"

K-9 Ingredient Meatballs
Packed with plenty of nutritious vegetables and protein, these canine-friendly meatballs make a perfect snack.

Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe
Many reviewers mentioned their dogs loved these flavorful yet healthy dog treats.

Dog Biscuits I
These crispy and toasty treats will ensure no crumbs are left behind.

Nutty Bacon Dog Treats
What dog doesn't love bacon?

Chicken Dog Treats
These all natural treats can be used as a much needed reward.

Homemade Peanut Butter and Banana Dog Treats
This gluten-free recipe from Whole Foods includes parsley for breath freshening.

Diabetic Dog Treats
A happy reviewer had this to say: "If you have a diabetic dog like we do, then you know it is hard to find a treat that will do no harm. This is one of those treats. It is easy to fix, and even dogs without diabetes will enjoy them."

Wheat-Free Carob Crunchers
Doggy Dessert Chef developed this recipe for wheat-sensitive pups.

Bacon-Flavored Dog Biscuits
Your pups will enjoy these bacon-flavored dog biscuits.

Homemade Flax Seed Dog Biscuits
A great recipe accompanied by priceless photos from White on Rice Couple.

Flea Terminator Dog Treats
The brewers yeast and garlic in these treats will please your pet, and repel fleas.

Dog Biscuits
All all-around great homemade alternative to the classic dog biscuit.




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As I promised you earlier on, here are some great and easy to prepare dog food recipes. Believe me they are tasty doggy meals/treats, and you can't go wrong with them.


Dog Cook Ease Meal

Beef and Rice Moochies

Divine Doggy Dinner




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Leftovers dog mix

Frozen peanut butter yogurt dog treats

Basic dog biscuits

Healthy pumpkin balls

Apple crunch pupcakes








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Dog Meals
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My dog loves this recipe - he's a fussy eater normally but when this hits his bowl, it doesn't last long!


Dalmatian Turkeyloaf with Vegetables
All all-around great homemade alternative to the classic dog biscuit.

Doggy Stir Fry

Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits




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As a clicker trainer , I use a LOT of treats. Below are a number of treat recipes that I have saved, these are not my recipes, but come from a variety of different people who have shared them over the years. There are many recipes for liver treats, plus a number of non-liver treats. Included are some recipes for special dietary needs. I also have some ideas for turning hot dogs into treats, and last but not least are some Kong stuffing ideas. At the bottom are links to other recipe websites. Enjoy!

Note to those outside the US: all temperatures given are Fahrenheit. To convert roughly to Celsius (Centigrade), just divide in half. For example, 350 degrees Fahrenheit would equal 175 degrees Celsius.

Liver Bread

Liver Bits

Liver Brownies (and Variations)

Anise Flavored Liver Treats

Home-Made Rollover

Home-Made Freeze-Dried Liver

Liver Treats

Liver Treats II

Beardie Brownies

Oven-Dried Liver

Pocketable Treats

Tuna Training Treats

Go Bananas Training Treats

Turkey Treats

Salmon Cookies

Cafe Corduroy Recipe

Garlic Chicken

Turkey Sausages

Wendy's Oyster Crackers

Garlic Treats

Beef Heart Treats

Shirley Chong's Recipe for Nuked Tortellini

Liverwurst Treats

Bologna Recipe

Sunflower Cookies




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NATURAL DOG FOOD RECIPES
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Butternut Squash Liver

Chicken Liver & Fruit Trail Mix

mint cantaloupe chicken

banana carob chip




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Peanut Treats

Cheese Treats

Tasty Dog Biscuits

Baby Food Doggie Cookies

Healthy Dog Biscuit

Cheese Bone Dog Cookies

Super Biscuits

Healthy Biscuits

More Biscuits

Pooch Munchies

Cookie Favorite's

Cheese Nuggets

"Good Dog" Biscuits

Microwave Doggie Treats

Wild West Treats

Biscuit Rewards

Glazed Beagle Biscuits








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Gobble Ups

Pet Party Mix

Mother's Cocktail

Icy Paws Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

Flea-Away

Nuked Hot Dogs

Weight-On Meatballs

Magic Meatballs

Muttzoh Balls

Puppy Party Appetizers

Hush Puppy Corn Pone

Beardie Coolers

Health Muffins








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Cooking for your dogs is making a comeback. Some owners, scared by the 2007 pet food contamination scandal, trust what they make themselves more than what they find on shelves. Others just like to treat their best furry friend to a homemade goody every now and then.

Baby food stew

Balanced chow

Banana bones

Banana-nilla chillers

Beef cake

Bone appetite cookies

Buried strawberry surprise

Buster's basic stew

Canine candy pops

Casse-rollover

Casey's carob cake

Cheese crisps

Cinnamon lickables

Come-pet-me dumplings

Diggers' dream muffins

Duncan hounds brownies

Fetching fruit pudding

Fleas-b-gone biscuits

Great pupkin pie

Healthy hound casserole

Howliday cookies

Killer kong filling

Lamb cake

Lamb-tastic stew

Liver bits

Lovely liver cookies

Maggie's meat & potatoes

Meatball appetizers

Muttigan's stew

Nuts for bananas

Paw-tassium poppers

Peanut butter barks

Pumpsicles

Pupsicle minis

Pup's puddin' pops

Quiche unleashed

Rex's easy riceburger

Rover's rawhide spread

Ruff & stuff apple muffins

Slammin' salmon cookies

Tasty tail

Trixie's training treats

Turkey day scramble

Turkey mash

Uno's party starters

Waggle bites

Yogurt delight





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Everyone loves getting cookies but dogs may be the most appreciative recipients of all! With ingredients like peanut butter, bacon, and carob, these dog biscuit recipes are sure to have tails wagging. And at least some of them are tasty even by human standards!


Bachelor Dog Treats
Spago Executive Pastry Chef Sherry Yard shares her recipe with LA Weekly.


Best of Breed Dog Biscuits
A vegetarian, vet-approved recipe at King Arthur Flour.


Carob Crunchers
Doggy Dessert Chef developed this recipe for wheat-sensitive pups.


Cinnamon Bun Bites
These treats from The Family Kitchen look so good, even we got hungry.


Dog Biscuits
According to one of the reviewers of this Gourmet recipe, "My Great Danes loved them, so did my husband." Others said they were good with cheese!


Flax Seed Dog Biscuits
A great recipe accompanied by priceless photos from White on Rice Couple.


Nutty Bacon Dog Treats
Dog Hill Kitchen's recipe includes bacon and maple syrup.









Dog Food Recipes by WWW.PETVACATIONS.COM

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Cooking for your pet may seem like a fussy endeavor, but if you're worried about the ingredients in commercially prepared foods, it's an option to consider. In general, dog food should comprise 1/3 protein from meat, eggs or dairy products, 2/3 grains and vegetables.

Cheese Pastries

Healthy Oats

Vegan Dog Biscuit

Veggie Delights

Vegetable Stew

Chicken Broccoli Surprise

Diabetic Dog Spongy Treats

Cabbage Rolls

Wholesome Meal




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HEALTHY & UNIQUE DOG FOOD
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These dog food recipes are original and made by me (Jamie Shanks) and by friend and canine dietician, Bev Cobley. They are among the most popular recipes on the internet and perfect for dog training treats, getting the attention of your dog while out on walks and as a tasty snack for a good dog. They are a much healthier and tastier alternative to the ones you buy in shops, you know exactly what's in them and they have even been featured in the Sun newspaper too. So have a look, see which ones you like and then give them a try...

Pig Trotter Brawn

Doughnuts for Dogs

Dehydrated Dog Treats

Vegetable Peeling Crisps

Teething Biscuits for Puppies

Gluten Free Dog Treats

Pancake Recipe

Gingerbread Men

Tuna Loaf

Fish Dog Food Recipe

Sardine Oatcakes

Banana Bombs

Pork Belly & Liver

Liver & Heart Dog's Dinner

Pig Head Dog Food Recipe

Lites Dog Food Recipe

Dog Biscuit Recipe?

Liver Cake Cupcake

Pork Scratchings Recipe

Cheesy Dog Biscuits

Liver Cake Recipe

Liver and Kidney Cake

Dried Liver Dog Treats








Dog Food Recipes by WWW.PETDIG.COM

VEGETARIAN DOG MEAL RECIPES
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Dog is an omnivorous animal and non-vegetarian food is best for their growth. We highly recommend boneless meats as splitters or fragmented pieces from the bones can be fatal for the dogs. We have provided various dog food recipes which include snack ideas, meals, and treats. Home cooking can be both enjoyable and health for the dog.

Bacon Meal

Bake-A-Pie

Brown Rice Surprise

Cheesy Dog

Chicken and beef Treat

Chicken Egg Gravy

Chicken Rissoto

Feast Like a King

Ice Ice Baby

Lamb and Brown Rice BiryaniMeat Casserole

Mumma's Boy

Meat Balls

Chicken Rice

Chicken Bean Rice

Rosemary Turkey Rice

Rice and Lamb Casserole

Meat Loaf

Doggy Hamburger

Doggy Casserole




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DOG FOOD HOME-MADE TREAT RECIPES
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Welcome to our kitchen! Here you will find free dog treat recipes for homemade dog treats, snacks, biscuits, cookies and bones. Making home made dog treats is a fun project to do with your childern or grand children! Most of these recipes are easy to make and your dogs are sure to enjoy!


Apple Cinnamon Drops

Archie Squares

Bacon Bits for Dogs

Bad Breath Banishers

Banana Biscotti

Barley Beef Biscuits

Beef and Rice Moochies

Beefy Doggie Cookies

Big Boy Beef Biscuits

Bone Bonanazas

Boo's Biscuits

Bowser Biscuits

Buddy Boy Dog Biscuits

Bulldog Banana Bites

Bulldog Brownies

Canine Carrot Cookies

Carob Covered Crunchies

Cheesie Bacon Biscuits

Chicken and Honey Biscuit

Chicken Liver Cookies

Chicken N Garlic Bites

Cinnamon Chicken Treats

Classic Canine Cookies

Dog Cookies with Chicken Broth

Dog Oil Supplement

Everyday Biscuits

Fido's Favorite Treats

Frozen Doggie Yums

Frozen Peanut Butter Yogurt Treats

Healthy Dog Snacks

Icy Paws

Lab Liver Chip Cookies

Milk Bone Dog Biscuits

Munchy Crunchy Meat Treats

Muttloaf Recipe

Newf Breakfast Bars

Nutty Bones

Parmesan Herb Treats

Party Pupcakes

Pet Puffs

Poodle Pasta

Poofy Doggy Drops

Pugs Pops

Puppy Pretzels

Raviloi Woofer Stuffing

Scrumptious Carob Bake

Snickerpoodles

Surprise Snacks

Tempting Training Treats

Thanksgiving Treat

Turkey Treats

Veggie Bones

Yogurt Pups




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DOG TREAT RECIPES by WWW.FOOD.COM:


81 Dog Treat Recipes








Dog Food BBQ Recipes by WWW.DOGVACAY.COM

DOG BBQ RECIPES
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Bacon Swiss Burger

Chicken BBQ Dog Treats

Crunchy BBQ Liver Dog Treats

Doggy Turkey Burger

Beef Bourguignonne Dog Treats

Delectable Peanut Butter Dog Treats




Dog Food BBQ Recipes by WWW.PETFINDER.COM

EASY DOG RECIPES
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Cheese Balls

Super Simple Yum Drops

Liver Snaps

Shredded Roast Chicken with Stuffing

Fried Rice (For You and Your Dog!)

"Peamutt" Butter and Pumpkin "Pupcakes"

PB and Cheese Biscuits




Dog Food Recipes by  WWW.DOGICA.COM

DOG FOOD HOME-MADE RECIPES
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Crescent Dogs

Carrot Cake Dog Cupcakes

Liver Cake For Dogs

Dog in a Dog

Grain-Free Peanut Butter Apple

Bow Wow Dog Cake

Bacon and Chicken Puppy Cake

Cherry Oatmeal Muffin Dog Treat

Banana Pecan Dog Cake

Banana Pecan Dog Cake

Puppy Dog Cake with Meat and Vegetables

Healthy Dog Cake Recipes

Frozen Apple Dog Treats








Cellular Mobile Application Dog Food Recipes
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You can find more than 50 recipes: Hamburger Helpings, Beef Stew, Lamb Stew, Holistic Salmon Pasta, Tasty Peanut Butter Biscuits, Chicken Doggy Dinner, Canine Grain and Meat, Chow the Chicken, Meaty Doggy Biscuits, Bacon Dog Bites, Cheesy Ace Biscuits, Sauteed Liver, Mackerel Treat, Chicken Stock, Easy Vegetable and Beef Mix, Doggy Biscuits, Liver Chip Cookies, Liver Brownies, Liver Jerky, Meat Loaf with Vegetables, Lamb and Rice Casserole, Chicken Doggie Chow, Garlic Chicken Chewies, The Chicken Fix, Potato and Meat Meal, Beefy Rice, Barking Brownies, Yogurt Puppies, Doggy Meat Loaf Meal, Lamb Rice, Chicken Rice, Beef and Vegetables, Hamburger Helper, Doggy Fish Meal, Skyrocket Delight, Diabetic Dog Food, The Ultimate Chicken Recipe, Hearty Beef Meal, Lamb Delight, Raw Doggy Dinner, Delish Doggy Dinner, The Fit and Healthy Meal, Natural Mix, Sushi Delight, Green Beans and Chicken Breast, Apple Crunch Pupcakes, Birthday Pupcakes, Chow Stew, Grounded Recipe, Crock Pot Chicken. "A Pet APP", homemade recipes for your dogs and pets.








Dog Homemade Recipes Books
DOG RECIPE BOOKS
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A number of books are on the market aimed at pampering your faithful companion with only the best nutrition. Here are some of the best:




DOG FOOD BOWL

"Everything Cooking for Dogs Book:
150 Quick and Easy Healthy Recipes Your Dog Will Love"
by Lisa Fortunato





Dog Homemade Recipes Books

You Bake 'em Dog Biscuits Cookbook

More than 50 recipes ranging from special occasion goodies to training treats to healthful snacks for pooches with special needs.




Dog Homemade Recipes Books

The Ultimate Dog Treat Cookbook: Homemade Goodies for Man's Best Friend

Recipes include Peanut Butter-Honey Nut Cheerios Balls, Taco Treats, Birthday Blueberry Pupcakes, Halloween Treats, Frozen Magic Meatballs, and more.




Dog Homemade Recipes Books

The Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook: Over 100 "Tail Wagging" Recipes

Tasty 100% organic ingredients comprise this dog biscuit recipe book. A great compilation for those concerned about their pets healthy and happiness.




Dog Homemade Recipes Books

Cooking the Three Dog Bakery Way

Three Dog Bakery has baked tasty treats for pampered pooches around the world. This 60-recipe book focuses on simplicity by using human-quality ingredients usually found in your pantry.




Dog Homemade Recipes Books

The Healthy Dog Cookbook: 50 Nutritious & Delicious Recipes Your Dog Will Love

50 safe, nutritious, and appealing recipes for every type and size of dog are neatly laid out in this handy guide.




Dog Homemade Recipes Books

The Whole Pet Diet: Eight Weeks to Great Health for Dogs and Cats

An eight week program to optimum health for dogs and cats featuring quick and easy recipes for home-cooked meals and treats, an introduction to natural supplements, and a practical guide to grooming and play.




Dog Homemade Recipes Books

Real Food For Dogs:
50 Vet-Apporved Dog Meal Recipes

Lots of people enjoy making or buying treats for their pets, but wouldn't it be wonderful to cook a real meal for your four-legged friend? Quirky yet practical, this adorably illustrated cookbook provides easy-to-make recipes that are nutritionally balanced and veterinarian-approved. It even includes a section on "tandem" recipes, recipes for humans that, with slight modifications, can also be served to pets. A great gift for pet lovers!




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