Recipes for Dogs

Recipes for Dogs

Always remember that you are cooking for a dog and not for a person.

Dogs and people have different nutritional needs and some foods which are fine for people can be dangerous to dogs – and vice versa. And don’t forget that some flavours which you might find horrible will be the ones that your dog absolutely loves, so be prepared to hold your nose and work through the smell barrier for your dog!

Secondly, some of the recipes use an ingredient called Brewer’s yeast which you might not be aware of. It’s basically the pasteurised residue of commercially brewed beer and it’s packed full of all sorts of nutrients including protein and vitamins.

You can buy it in powder or tablet form from your local health store, and it’s well worth getting a jar if you’re keen on following a few of these recipes.

 

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   Download Recipe Card     What better way to celebrate the dog’s big day than with a big, tasty cake? However you can’t just bake a normal human…
  The ideal way to celebrate Easter and the coming of summer is to cook up this delicious rabbit casserole for the dogs. Rabbit is a healthy, lean…
  This is a really quick and easy recipe for a cracking Christmas dinner for your dog, which is really tasty but also much more healthy than feeding…
  If the romantic day should come around and there’s no-one to share it with this year, why not treat the dog to something truly special? It’ll certainly…
  Ideal for a doggy birthday, this tasty pizza is healthy thanks to the layer of spinach which provided iron and vitamins, and the low-fat turkey mince on…
  This is a great recipe for really special occasions – perhaps your puppy has just had his vaccinations or passed out of puppy training school. Whatever the…
  Now, this might sound pretty unpleasant to you, but puppies will go mad for this shake. It’s full of the goodness of liver, and the fresh vitamins…
  Download  Recipe Card   As you know - chocolate is a BIG no-no for dogs - but that doesn't mean that they have to miss out! Here is…
These tasty biscuits are an ideal treat or snack for a hungry puppy. Use them to help with training by rewarding good behaviour – but make sure you…
Something of a treat, this recipe is packed full of wholesome nutrients – carbohydrate from the rice, protein from the meat and calcium from the milk. It takes…
There’s not a puppy in the world who wouldn’t love this dish.
Don’t make the dog feel left out the next time you have a children’s party – make him his own jelly so he can join in the fun!…
Cheesy Bites For Dogs These easy to cook treats are made with strong parmesan cheese which will appeal to most dogs, and also contain healthy turkey mince and…
It might surprise you, but in the wild dogs would eat quite a lot of fruit. This comes from eating the remains of other animals who have themselves…
Flapjacks are one of my personal favourites, and they can also make a good tasty dog treat. They’re mainly made of oats, which are one of the best…
If you want to have a bit of fun with your dog, these treats are great. They are basically hard balls of oatmeal pastry wrapped around a hardboiled…
This is the ideal summertime doggy treat – and it’s pretty good health-wise as well. Yoghurt is basically milk that has had the sugar converted to lactic acid…
  Every dog I’ve ever known loves bacon, which is why these lovely chewy treats are such a winner. They’re made of crunchy pieces of bacon in a…
There’s nothing quite like this hearty stew for warming the inner dog after he’s been out for a long winter walk. It’s full of healthy veg and low…
As you know - chocolate is a BIG no-no for dogs - but that doesn't mean that they have to miss out! Here is a really easy recipe…
The Mutts Nuts Dog Biscuits Ingredients 110g of smooth peanut butter (the one with no added anything, just peanuts) 85g of honey 1 tablespoon of virgin coconut oil…
DIY recipe from leading Veterinary Surgeon and Homeopath, Sue Armstrong MA VetMB VetMFHom CertlAVH MRCVS RSHOM, from the Balanced Being Veterinary Centre   DIY recipe Feeding guide for…
Fish On Fridays!   Oats are one of the healthiest sources of carbohydrate for your dog – they contain lots of minerals including calcium, which is vital for…
There’s nothing better for your dog’s teeth than crunching on hard foods such as dried kibbles. But feeding the same old biscuits day after day can get a…