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    Smile Share your home made dog recipes here!

    I'm sure a lot of use would be happy to share our doggy recipes and learn new ones from everybody. So, exchange ideas and feed our dogs right.

    I have hear some of Sharda's recipe from a while. Others may have already read some of these but I'm doing this so that everybody can view it.

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    BEEF OR LAMB STEW FOR DOGS
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    Ingredients:


    * 1 lb low fat beef or lamb

    * 3 potatoes

    * 3 carrots

    * 2 Tbsp Olive Oil

    * 2 celery sticks

    * 2 pints chicken or beef broth


    Directions:

    1. Brown meat in saute pan in 2 Tbsp oil. Cook till brown.

    2. Stew the meat in broth for 45 minutes. Add vegetables. Cover.

    3. Simmer for 45 minutes until all are softened.

    4. Cool and serve.

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    ICY PAWS - DOG FOOD RECIPE
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    Ingredients:


    * 2 (32 oz) plain or vanilla Yogurt

    * 16 oz can of Tuna in water

    * 2 tsp Garlic Powder

    * 24 3 oz plastic (not paper) bathroom cups.


    Directions:


    1. Mix all and scoop into bathroom cups.

    2. Place on tray and freeze overnight. Can add veggies, mashed
    bananas or substitute canned chicken for tuna.




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    I have a great doggy ice cream recipe:

    32oz non-fat plain yogurt
    1/2 cup creamy peanut butter

    Mix and put into small glad containers and freeze. You can run some water over the containers when they are frozen and they pop right out.

    Bananas are good also, or any fruit that your dog would like.


    My Vet said that on occasion Buddy could have "real" ice cream, so I saved those times when we went to the Vet once a year. There was an Ice cream shop down the street, and we would stop on the way home and he would have vanilla ice cream in cup. Not so bad, eh?





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    Please let me know if it is ok to add garlic into my homemade stews. I was, till i read about onions AND GARLIC in your taboo/dangerous foods list.
    Please clarify, as i believe in the goodness of garlic and want to know whether to add or remove it from Sasha's diet. You wrote of it leading to anemia...or was i mistaken??? Plz clarify?





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    Pets affected by onion toxicity will develop anemia.





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    With garlic, dogs can react in different ways. A lot of conflicting information exists about whether garlic is dangerous for your dog's health. It has benefits but should be used with caution.

    Positive Effects of Giving Your Dog Garlic
    Garlic helps strengthen your dog's immune system. It also works as a natural flea repellent, particularly when mixed with brewer's yeast.

    Negative Effects of Giving Your Dog Garlic
    Garlic is a member of the onion family. This group of foods is very high in sulfur and, in the long term, can cause an anaemic reaction in your dog. Smaller dogs are more likely to be affected by anaemia. If you are concerned, you can take your dog for regular blood tests at your local vet.

    The small amounts of garlic used in cooking and natural flea medications are not going to act as dog poison. However, it is still important to stay aware of the possible side effects and keep an eye on your dog's health if you choose to give him garlic.

    SOURCE: VetInfo4dogs.com





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    Hello everyone we have another interesting recipe from Sarah Crowe.

    Thanks for Sharing Sarah!

    Hi sharda

    Doggie Ice Cream

    1 32 oz of plain or vanilla yogurt and 1 cup of natural peanut butter
    Mix the 2 together, put in the plastic cups and freeze.

    You can add an apple, banana, blueberries.

    This is like an ice cream for the dogs.

    [I also eat this sometimes for breakfast, I just don't freeze mine. ]

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    Furry pupcakes

    Makes 8-10 cakes
    Preparation time 15 minutes
    Cooking time 35 minutes

    2 small eggs, beaten
    6 drops vanilla extract
    1/2 ripe banana, mashed
    6 tablespoons cold water
    4 oz (125 g) self-raising flour
    1 tablespoon raw sugar
    1 tablespoon sunflower seeds
    1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
    1 tablespoon dried skimmed milk
    mascarpone cheese and dog-safe 'chocolates', to decorate

    1. Cream together the eggs, vanilla, banana and water in a mixing bowl and lightly fold in all the dry ingredients.

    2. Line a 12-section muffin tin with paper cases and spoon the mixture into cases so that they are half full. Bake in a preheated oven, 350F (180C, Gas Mark 4,) for 35 minutes or until light brown. when they are cooked, a metal skewer inserted into the center of the cakes will come out clean.

    3. Transfer the cakes to a wire rack to cool, then decorate each cake with 1 teaspoon of mascarpone cheese and 2 dog-safe 'chocolates'.
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    Apple snacks

    Makes 20-25 slices
    Preparation time 5 minutes
    Cooking time about 45 minutes

    1 dessert apple

    1. Wash and core the apple and slice it as thinly as you can. Arrange the slices, without overlapping them, on a nonstick baking sheet.

    2. Put the tray on the lowest shelf in a preheated oven, 275F (140C, Gas Mark 1,) and bake for about 45 minutes, or until the slices are light brown and crispy. Turn two or three times while cooking to make sure the apple cooks evenly.

    3. Transfer the crisp slices to a wire rack to cool, then store in an airtight container.





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    I agree... I add garlic powder but not garlic per se to the recipes I use for the dogs..





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