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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.

Refer below-

Dog Cook Ease Meal

· 6 chicken thighs

· 4 cups frozen vegetables (NO onions) 3 tsp. garlic minced

· 3 cups oatmeal

· 3 cups flour

· 3 eggs

Boil chicken pieces, de-bone, puree w/food processor, set aside (use broth from chicken as needed)

Puree vegetables add with chicken (use broth from chicken as needed)

Preheat oven 350

Add garlic, eggs, and hand mix well

Add oatmeal, flour hand mix well

Coat baking pan with non-stick oil (Pam) (first coating only, not needed for next batch) Drop by large heaping tablespoon on cookie sheet (Flatten the dough out a little with spoon)

Bake for 15 min. for chewy 20 min. for brown bottom (they are not made to be real hard)

Beef and Rice Moochies

· 1 jar baby-food, dinner, vegetables and beef, strained

· 2 1/2 cups flour, all-purpose

· 1 cup whole wheat flour

· 1 cup rice

· 1 package unflavored gelatin

· 1 whole egg

· 2 tablespoons vegetable oil

· 1 cup powdered milk

· 1 package yeast

· 1/4 cup warm water

· 1 beef bouillon cube

Dissolve yeast in warm water. Mix dry ingredients in large bowl. Add yeast, egg, oil, baby food and dissolved beef bouillon. Mix well. Mixture will be very dry, knead with hands until it forms a ball. Roll out on floured surface to 1/4 inch thickness, cut in 1 or 2 inch circles. Bake on un-greased cookie sheet 30 minutes at 300 degrees.

Store in refrigerator.

Divine Doggy Dinner

· 1/2 pound ground beef — or turkey, chicken, lamb

· 1/4 cup cooked rice

· 1 small potato

· 1/4 cup green beans — about 5-8 beans

· 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder

Brown the meat in a pan. When completely cooked, drain the fat. Add the cooked rice; mix well. Set aside. Cut the potato and beans into small bite-sized pieces. Place in a pot with water; bring to a boil. Simmer until veggies are tender (about 15-20 minutes). Drain. Add the vegetables to the meat mixture. Add garlic powder; toss thoroughly under low heat. Let the dinner cool thoroughly before serving to prevent burning.

Yield: about 2 dinners

These should get you started and your dog will just love them. You won’t find them hard to put together, even I can do it! All you need to do is shop for your loved dog, in the same way you would yourself. If you need an extra ingredient you buy it when you do your supermarket shopping- it’s that easy. The recipes I have given you can be thrown together with your eyes closed. Please let me know how you go with them as I am sure your dog will love them. And if you have any other great Dog Food Recipes feel free to share them with everyone by placing them in the comment section below, for all of us to improve our dog’s future diets.

If you are anything like me and you get frustrated almost to the point of wanting to pull your hair out coz you never know what to cook, then all you need are a lot of recipes to choose from. You will never be short of ideas and you can always pick out a new meal so your dog won’t be bored or lack excitement when you put the dog bowl down at meal time. Maybe you should do what I did and go download these Dog Food Recipes for your inspiration.

Just a thought to help make it easier to sort out your cooking menu for your doggy.

Take care.

  • CATHY DUNN

    THANK YOU FOR THE RECIPIES…I HOMECOOK FOR MY 2 CHI’S AND MY RECIPIES ARE BASICALLY THE SAME. I DO HOWEVER USE MUCH MORE MEAT IN MY RECIPIES…IS TOO MUCH PROTEIN A BAD THING?

  • Billie K.

    My Chi loves veggies, including salad stuff. Do I HAVE to actually cook the string beans and peas, etc., or is it OK to leave them raw, mixed in with the other ingredients, and let the oven cooking take care of their “cooking?” And are carrots and corn OK for her? Her regular dry food contains vegetables—-and 1″ pieces that look like cooked and toasted angel hair. Those are the things she will pick out first before going into other chunks and chews of the conglomerate. I’m just not certain ALL veggies are OK for her, so haven’t gone beyond any not mentioned herein. Thanks for some input from anyone!!
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  • Susan

    I am surprised that you are suggesting a recipe that has yeast in it considering how gassy/bloaty dogs may become.

  • Doris

    The wheat in flour can cause an allergic reaction in many dogs. Use sparingly for the firt time and see how your dog reacts.

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