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Delicious Recipes for Your Dog!

This is the place to share your best homemade dog food and treat recipes with each other! Remember to use caution if your pet has allergies and to make any diet changes gradually so that your dog's stomach can adjust to the new foods you are introducing.

  
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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 7:12am PST 
***Trout Stew***
1 lb Trout
1 lb Salmon
1 lb Herring
16 oz Salmon Broth
1 Egg

***Rice Cookies***
2 cups White Rice
1 cup tapioca pudding
1 cup water
1 cup milk

***Beef Biscuits***
1 lb Beef
1 lb Chicken
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 cup fructose

Mix ingredients, cut with a bone-shaped cookie cutter, and bake at 350 for 15 min. Vegetable oil is optional.

***Chicken Crunchies***
2 lbs Ground Chicken
1 cup Flour
1/2 cup fructose

***Turkey Tasties***
1 lb ground turkey
2 lbs ground chicken
1 cup flour
1/4 cup sugar

***Joint Supplement***
1/4 cup flaxseed
1/4 lb mussles
1/4 cup nutritional yeast
1/4 cup fresh cranberries
1/4 cup diatomaceous earth

***Joint Biscuits***
1 cup oatmeal
1/4 cup palm oil
1 cup rice bran
1 cup rice flour
1/4 cup vegetable oil

***Chicken Yummies***
1 lb chicken breast strips
Baste with liquid vitamin 3 supplement
sprinkle with l-carnitine powder
sprinkle some dried kelp powder
sprinkle with dandelion and bake

***Chicken Stew***
2 lbs Chicken
1 cup brown rice
1 cup barley
1 cup millet

***Sporting Dog Stew***
2 lbs Chicken
1 cup barley
1 cup white rice
1 cup rice bran

***Paw Lickin' Chickin'***
2 lbs Chicken
1 cup brown rice
1 cup barley
1 cup rice bran

***Chicken & Brown Rice***
1 lb chicken
1 cup brown rice
1 cup oatmeal
1 cup barley
1 cup rye

***Super Salmon Oil***
1 cup salmon oil
10-12 drops rosemary extract

Rosemary extract is very good for the joints and can be added by itself to your dog's meal!

***Salmon Oil with Benefits***
1 cup salmon oil
1 teaspoon probiotics
1 teaspoon prebiotics
10-12 drops rosemary extract

***Dog Paw Cream***
2 tablespoons beeswax
1/8 teaspoon sunflower oil
1/8 teaspoon jojoba oil
1-2 drops calendula extract
1-2 drops comfrey root extract

***Grain-Free Duck Stew***
2 lbs Duck
1 lb Chicken
1 Egg
1 Sweet Potato

***Grain-Free Salmon Stew***
1 lb Salmon
1 lb Whitefish
1 Sweet Potato
1 Potato
1/4 cup canola oil

***Grain-Free Bison Stew***
1 lb Bison
1 lb Venison
1 lb Lamb
1 lb Chicken
1 Egg

***Helping of Herring***
2 lbs Herring
2 lbs Salmon
1 cup peas

***Savory Salmon***
2 lbs Salmon
1 lb Chicken
1 Potato
1 cup blueberries

***Lamb Lunch***
1 lb Lamb
1 lb Chicken
1 cup brown rice
1 cup oatmeal
1 cup rice bran

***Venison Vittles***
1 lb Venison
1 lb Chicken
1 Potato
1 Egg
Choice of seasonings
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Sassy

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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 7:21am PST 
Very tasty sounding. The cookie recipes have a lot of meat in them, nice.

Why is fructose in some of the recipes?

Bran and rosemary may not be good for all dogs. There is a study showing that rice bran lowers blood taurine levels in some dogs. If dogs are prone to seizures rosemary is a fairly common trigger.
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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 7:27am PST 
Well, I suppose fructose would be optional. I just put it in some cookies for a sweet treat for Philip. He has a sweet tooth and I like to let him have something sugary once in a while. big grin
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Sassy

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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 8:27am PST 
Okay. Sassy does as well and loves her unsweetened banana or pumpkin cookies. She needs the calories and I would put some maple syrup or honey in if I really needed to encourage her to eat. Guess fructose is better for baking though?
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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 10:00am PST 
Pure maple syrup is a good idea! I haven't even thought about that! Philip would probably love a good maple biscuit! A few more recipes:

2 lbs Turkey
2 lbs Chicken
1 Potato

2 lbs Turkey
1 lb Chicken
2 Potatoes

3 lbs Whitefish
1 lb Salmon
1 Potato

2 lbs Chicken
1 lb Whitefish
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Peas

1 lb Turkey
1 lb Chicken
1 lb Salmon
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Brown Rice

2 lbs Chicken
1 lb Turkey
1 lb Salmon
1 cup Peas

2 lbs Chicken
1 cup Barley
1 cup Rye
1 cup Oatmeal

3 lbs Chicken
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Barley

2 lbs Chicken
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Barley
1 cup White Rice

1 lb Lamb
1 cup White Rice
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Barley
1 cup Oatmeal

1 lb Lamb
1 lb Chicken
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Rice Bran
1 cup Oatmeal

1 lb Pork
1 lb Chicken
1 lb Whitefish
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Oatmeal

1 lb Chicken
1 lb Whitefish
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Peas

2 lbs Chicken
1 lb Turkey
1 lb Salmon
1 Potato

1 lb Whitefish
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Barley
1 Potato

1 lb Beef
1 cup Brown Rice
1/4 cup Canola Oil
1/4 cup Flaxseed
1/4 cup Sunflower Seeds

1 lb Bison
1 lb Chicken
1 lb Turkey
1 Potato
1/4 cup Canola Oil

1 lb Duck
1 lb Chicken
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup White Rice
1 cup Oatmeal

1 lb Turkey
1 Potato
1 cup Peas
1 Apple
1 Egg

3 lbs Chicken
1/4 cup Flaxseed
1 cup Brown Rice

2 lbs Chicken
1 cup Oatmeal
1 Potato
1 cup Tomato Pomace

2 lbs Chicken
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Peas

1 lb Kangaroo
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup White Rice
1 cup Peas
1/4 cup Canola Oil

1 lb Lamb
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Oatmeal
1/4 cup Flaxseed
1 cup Nutritional Yeast

1 lb Chicken
1 Egg
1 cup Peas
1 cup Oatmeal
16 oz Vegetable Broth

1 lb Chicken
1 lb Whitefish
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Peas

1 lb Lamb
1 lb Chicken
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup Corn
1 cup Oatmeal

1 lb Anchovy
1 lb Sardine
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup White Rice

2 lbs Chicken
1 cup Oatmeal
1 cup Brown Rice
1 cup White Rice

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Jessica CGC

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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 11:11am PST 
Delilah giving bad advice again I see. Do not feed dogs canola oil. It's harmful to them. And sodium and sucrose are things dogs do NOT need and will hurt them if given daily.
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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 11:21am PST 
This is the second time you have called me Delilah. I don't know what you're talking about, but if you don't like the homecooked recipes, then don't feed them. If you have a problem with me, then leave me alone. I don't know what I did to you.
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Birdy

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Barked: Mon Dec 28, '09 9:33pm PST 
Philip, thanks for the recipes. And canola oil is fine.

http://www.snopes.com/medical/toxins/canola.asp

http://www.ma yoclinic.com/health/canola-oil/AN01281
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Tucker Max- Small Paws

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Barked: Tue Dec 29, '09 6:08am PST 
I just saw some great recipes here:
Yum Yum
I hope my mom makes me some!hamster dance
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Jessica CGC

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Barked: Tue Dec 29, '09 8:29am PST 
Canola oil and dogs
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