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NOW Table of Contents Introduction, pg 7-11 Beef Based Recipes Beef Meatballs, pg 14 Beef & Fish w/ Rice, pg 15 Beef Stew, pg 16 Green Eggs & Beef, pg 17 Turmeric Beef, pg 18 Chicken Based Recipes Chicken Broccoli & Rice, pg 21 Fruity Chicken, pg 22 Oats & Chicken, pg 23 Crock Pot Sweet Potato Chicken, pg 24 Sage Chicken & Sweet Potato, pg 25 Fish Based Recipes Fish Fry, pg 28 Tahini Fish, pg 29 Oregano & Parsley Fish, pg 30 Salmon Medley, pg 31 Tuna Balls, pg 32 Gluten Free Recipes Turkey Scramble, pg 35 Eggs & Rice, pg 36 Chicken & Beef, pg 37 Fall Turkey, pg 38 Chicken & Peas, pg 39 Grain Free Recipes Chicken, Apple, Leafy Medley, pg 42 Kale Nachos, pg 43 Triple Three, pg 44 Chicken Hummus, pg 45 Beef Squares, pg 46 Recipes For Sensitive & Upset Stomachs Ginger & Pumpkin Smash, pg 49 Yogurt Blend, pg 50 Chicken & Yogurt, pg 51 Turkey Turmeric, pg 52 Tummy Medley, pg 53 Pumpkin Based Recipes Pumpkin Mix, 56 Pumpkin & Squash,

pg 57 Pumpkin Balls, pg 58 Pumpkin & Berry Oatmeal, pg 59 Pumpkin Seeds & Turkey, pg 60 Table of Contents Continued Peanut Butter Based Recipes Peanut Butter & Chicken, pg 63 Sweet Potato & Peanut Butter, pg 64 Peanut Butter Oatmeal, pg 65 Peanut Butter Banana Balls, pg 66 Peanut Butter Mix, pg 67 Dog Treats Pumpkin Treats, pg 70 Frozen Peanut Butter Popsicles, pg 71 Apple Chips, pg 72 Carob Cookies, pg 73 Yogurt & Carob Cups, pg 74 7 Of Our Favorite Homemade Dog Food Recipes Blueberry Bacon Biscotti , pg 77 3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Treats, pg 78 Vegan Recipe, pg 79 Healthy Dog Food Pucks, pg 80 Ruff Risotto, pg 81 Vegan Quinoa Bowl, pg 82 Double Meat Crock Pot Recipe, pg 83 Popular Homemade Dog Food Recipes Rosemary Turkey Stew, pg 84 Homemade Doggie Chili, pg 85 Peanut Butter Treats, pg 86 Conclusion, pg 87 Introduction There is a lot of talk over whether to make homemade dog food recipes for your pups, to feed them a raw diet, whether or

not to buy all organic ingredients, questions concerning AAFCO’s [Association of American Feed Control Officials] guidelines on what is healthy and in general just who to buy from and what to look for in dog food. We aren’t here to tell you what to do. All humans are different, just like all dogs are different, one diet doesn’t work for all humans, and one way of preparing food doesn’t work for all types of dogs. We are here to give you options! To open your mind and to generate questions! So let’s discuss why homemade dog food might be a good fit for you and your fur baby! Then we will give you 56 homemade dog food recipes. A lot of different factors draw people to try a new food, or new food preparation for their dog, especially if your dog is sick or has irritable bowel syndrome or something of the like. Switching from store bought food might be your answer You are probably going to get better quality food by buying and cooking it yourself. This ensures that you know where

your meat is coming from and that it is fresh. When thinking about your homemade dog food recipes keep in mind that organic and grass fed animals are going to be the best quality of meat to consume; but don’t feel bad if you don’t have the means for that, it is not necessary and the fact that you care and are conscious of what your dog is eating is the most important! Making your own dog food ensures that your dog isn’t consuming artificial ingredients and vitamins, such as vitamin K3, which is the artificial version of vitamin K1. Vitamins K3 can cause serious health risks You also don’t want your pup eating meat-by-products. So what ingredients should make up your homemade dog food? Top Dog Food Proteins Meat should make up at least half of the diet of your dog, especially white meat, unless your dog is incredibly active! Bones are often fed to dogs, but just remember that some say you should not feed your dogs cooked bones. Salmon Salmon is a great meat to either add to

your already made, natural store bought, dog food or to incorporate into your homemade recipe. Salmon is said to be one of the healthiest things you can add to your dog’s food, it is filled with zinc and a lot of nutrients your dog needs. Fish provides vitamin D, which is an essential part of the diet. If you are not feeding your dogs fish then the vitamin should be supplemented. Liver Feeding small amounts of liver daily is recommended. Beef or chicken liver would be a great ingredient to throw into your homemade dog food recipe. Generally speaking, add about one ounce of liver per pound of other animal products. Eggs Eggs are incredibly nutritious! If your dog is about 20 pounds they can eat a whole egg a day, smaller dogs can still have eggs just not so much at one time. Throw in the eggshells too- blended of course. Eggshells provide a ton of nutrients, such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. Yogurt Plain yogurt, keifir, cottage cheese, and ricotta cheese are all

healthy for your dog too! Other types of cheeses have a little too much fat in them, which is why most people prefer cottage and ricotta cheese. Top Dog Food Vegetables / Starches There are a list of fruits and veggies that you can incorporate into your homemade dog food recipe. Starchy veggies are good for dogs that need help keeping some meat on their bones, but should be given in moderation to dogs that are heavier set. Starchy foods have to be cooked in order for them to be digestible. Potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash, pumpkin, and legumes are all great options. Leafy greens are low in calories and can be fed in any quantity! However please note, too much can cause gas. Broccoli and cauliflower are good for dogs, however it is recommended that if you are feeding in large portions to cook them, as they can suppress thyroid function. Bananas, apples, berries, melon and papaya are all safe and healthy choices, but do not feed your dogs grapes or raisins because that can

cause kidney failure. Grains: Proceed With Caution Grains are controversial. Some dogs can handle them, some dogs can’t They may contribute to inflammation caused by allergies, arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease, seizures, and other problems. So proceed with caution if adding them to your homemade dog food recipe. It is not clear if starchy veggies do the same A lot of homemade dog food recipes call for rice, you can always nix it out if feeding your dog grains makes you nervous. Grains and starchy veggies should not make up any more than half the diet. Supplements are another important part of any homemade dog food recipe. Calcium, fish oil, cod liver oil, plant oil, vitamin D, vitamin E, Iodine and green blends are all recommended that your dog get some of in part of his/her diet. Most of these vitamins are found in the foods that you would be feeding your dog, it’s hard to know exactly how much to give your dog and it’s hard to keep track. Feeding your dog can be

viewed similarly to feeding a child. It’s important that your (human) child gets the vitamins and minerals needed, but it isn’t crucial that the child get every little vitamin and mineral in every little thing you feed them. Same goes for dogs. The AAFCO provides nutrition requirements that dog food brands must meet, but it is said that those requirements are the very minimal for your dog to survive. Your goal with feeding a homemade diet to your pup is to find a balance of meeting the minimal requirements to keeping your dog alive and to over feeding and giving too much of these vitamins and minerals. There is a common goal between most pet owners: to give your dog a long, healthy life; and switching over to a homemade regime is in an effort to do that. *Please Note All of the recipes below are not for a single serving of dog food, a serving of dog food is generally one cup of food, so please measure out the food before you serve. All the below recipes must be stored in an

airtight container in the refrigerator, most recipes are generally good for seven days after cooking, any time after that they should stay in the freezer for no longer than three months. All recipes and portions must be tailored to fit the needs of your special pup! Beef Based Recipes Beef Meat Balls Beef & Fish Rice Beef Stew Green Eggs & Beef Turmeric Beef Beef Meat Balls Ingredients: 10 pounds ground beef 10 eggs 1 1/2 cups rice 3 cups chopped broccoli and carrots Optional chopped parsley and sprinkled bread crumbs Directions: 1. Cook the rice and veggies until soft 2. Add all ingredients together and mix in a big bowl 3. Form into balls and place on a greased cookie sheet (we like to use Coconut Spray from Trader Joes) 4. Bake at 400 degrees until fully cooked, which is about 40 minutes 5. Cool and serve! Beef & Fish Rice Ingredients: 4 pounds ground beef 1 sweet potato 1 ⅓ cup white rice 1 can of mackerel 4 cups peas & carrots 6 eggs 6 egg shells 1

tablespoons rosemary, finely chopped 1 tablespoon ginger, finely chopped Directions: 1. Cook rice until soft 2. Cook ground beef thoroughly and make sure to drain all grease 3. Pierce sweet potato with a fork and microwave for 10 minutes or until soft 4. Bake eggs shells at 350 degrees for 7 minutes on a cookie sheet, when done blend or mash until they form a powder 5. Steam veggies and then mash with the rosemary and ginger 6. Drain mackerel 7. Add all ingredients into the rice pot with the eggs and heat all ingredients together until eggs are cooked Beef Stew Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds of beef- any kind 1 sweet potato ½ cup of carrots ½ cup frozen peas 2 tablespoons coconut oil Water Directions: 1. Pan fry the beef until thoroughly cooked & drain the grease 2. Pierce sweet potato with fork and microwave for 10 minutes or until soft 3. Steam the carrots and peas until soft 4. Add all the ingredients into a pot and add enough water to just cover the ingredients then simmer for

about 20 minutes 5. Cool and serve! Green Eggs & Beef Ingredients: 2 pounds beef 5 eggs ¼ cup kelp powder 1 bunch of kale 1 cup broth Directions: 1. Cook beef thoroughly and drain any grease 2. Add kale and kelp to the broth and simmer until warm, about 5 minutes 3. Add eggs & beef to broth and heat until eggs are cooked 4. Cool and serve Turmeric Beef Ingredients 2 pounds beef 1 pound broccoli 1 cup white rice ¼ cup turmeric powder 2 tablespoons coconut oil Directions 1. Cook beef thoroughly 2. Cook rice until soft 3. Steam broccoli 4. Add all ingredients to the rice Chicken Based Recipes Chicken Broccoli & Rice Fruity Chicken Oats & Chicken Crock Pot Sweet Potato & Chicken Sage Chicken & Sweet Potato Chicken Broccoli & Rice Ingredients 5 pounds chicken breasts 4 pounds broccoli, chopped 1 ¼ cups rice 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions 1. Boil chicken breast until fully cooked 2. Cook rice until soft while the chicken is cooking 3. Steam

broccoli in the microwave until soft 4. Drain all water and mix all ingredients together Fruity Chicken Ingredients 2 pounds chicken breasts 1 cup white rice ½ cup blueberries ½ cups pears ½ cup pitted cherries Optional cooked egg shells for added calcium and nutrients Directions 1. Boil chicken until completely cooked 2. Boil rice until soft 3.Chop fruit 4. Drain all water, allow chicken and rice to cool and then mix everything together Oats & Chicken Ingredients 2 pounds chicken breast 1 cup rice ⅔ cups quick cooking oats 2 cups spinach ½ cup carrots ½ cup plain yogurt ½ cup chopped parsley 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions 1. Cook rice until soft 2. Boil chicken until cooked completely and then drain the water 3. Steam the spinach and carrots until soft and chop 4. Add all ingredients together Crock Pot Sweet Potato & Chicken Ingredients 2 pounds chicken breast 1 sweet potato cut into chunks 1 cup rice ½ cup chopped green beans ½ cup chopped carrots 2

tablespoons olive oil Optional 1 tablespoon rosemary Directions 1. Place all ingredients in crock pot and cook on high for 5 hours, or until chicken is cooked completely and all ingredients are soft Sage Chicken & Sweet Potato Ingredients 2 pounds chicken 2 sweet potatoes ½ pound of spinach About 15 sage leaves (or half a package) 4 tablespoons olive oil Directions 1. Boil chicken until cooked thoroughly 2. Pierce sweet potato with fork and microwave for 10 minutes 3. Heat olive oil in pan on the stove, add the sage leaves and cook on medium heat for 2 minutes 4. Add the spinach leaves and cook until wilted 5. Chop and add all ingredients together Fish Based Recipes Fish Fry Tahini Fish Oregano & Parsley Fish Salmon Medley Tuna Balls Fish Fry Ingredients 2 pounds white fish (Cod or Swai) 2 cans pink salmon (or 1 fillet) 2 eggs 1 cup zucchini ½ cup green beans ½ cup peas Directions 1. Cook fish as the packages suggests 2. Boil zucchini, green beans and peas

until soft 3. Mix the canned salmon and eggs in with the veggies 4. Drain the water 5. Mix all ingredients together Tahini Fish Ingredients 4 pounds white fish 1 cup broth 1 can garbanzo beans 4 eggs 1 cup chopped carrots ½ cup tahini Directions 1. Bake fish until cooked all the way through 2. Add broth, carrots and drained beans to a pot and simmer until carrots are soft (can also steam carrots prior to putting in the broth) 3. Add tahini and stir 4. Add eggs and cook 5. Add everything and mix together Oregano & Parsley Fish Ingredients 4 pounds white fish 1 sweet potato ½ pound green beans 4 tablespoons oregano 4 tablespoons parsley 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions 1. Bake fish according to package directions 2. Pierce sweet potato with a fork and microwave for 10 minutes or until soft 3. Steam green beans until soft 4. Add all ingredients together and serve! Salmon Medley Ingredients 2 pounds salmon 1 cup rice 1 cup peas ½ cup cauliflower Directions 1. Bake

salmon (unless using canned) 2. Cook rice until soft 3. Steam veggies 4. Mix everything together Tuna Balls Ingredients 2 pounds canned tuna 1 cup rice 4 eggs ½ pound spinach Optional coconut oil and breadcrumbs Directions 1. Cook rice until soft 2. Add eggs and chopped up spinach to rice and heat until eggs are cooked and spinach has wilted 3. Mix all ingredients together 4. Add the couple of tablespoons of coconut oil if the mixture needs to be more moist for forming and add a couple of tablespoons of breadcrumbs if your pup’s tummy can handle that 5. Either form into balls and refrigerate or keep as a mixture Gluten Free Recipes Turkey Scramble Eggs & Rice Chicken & Beef Fall Turkey Chicken & Peas Turkey Scramble Ingredients 4 pounds ground turkey 6 eggs ½ pound spinach ¼ cup carrots ¼ cup peas 2 tablespoons coconut oil Olive oil for cooking the turkey Directions 1. Cook ground turkey until thoroughly cooked 2. Add eggs into turkey and heat until

cooked 3. Steam veggies 4. Combine all ingredients Eggs & Rice Ingredients 10 eggs 10 egg shells 1 cup white plain rice ½ cup spinach 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions 1. Bake the eggs shells at 350 degrees for 7 minutes and then mash 2. Cook the rice until soft 3. Steam and chop spinach 4. Cook eggs 5. Add all ingredients together Chicken & Beef Ingredients 2 pounds chicken breast 2 pounds beef 2 sweet potatoes 1 cup chopped spinach Directions 1. Boil chicken until cooked thoroughly 2. Cook beef until cooked through and make sure to drain the grease 3. Pierce sweet potato with fork and microwave for 10 minutes until soft 4. Chop all ingredients, mix and serve! Fall Turkey Ingredients 4 pounds turkey 1 can pure pumpkin 1 yellow squash 2 tablespoons coconut oil 2 tablespoons parsley Directions 1. Cook turkey until thoroughly cooked 2. Steam and dice yellow squash (or pan fry it with the cooked turkey & throw some parsley in there!) 3. Add all ingredients and

mix Chicken & Peas Ingredients 4 pounds chicken 2 cups peas 1 cup carrots 1 cup white plain rice ¼ cup spinach Directions 1. Boil chicken until cooked 2. Cook rice until soft 3. Steam peas, carrots and spinach and chop up 4. Add all ingredients together and serve! Grain Free Recipes Chicken, Apple, Leafy Medley Kale Nachos Triple Three Chicken Hummus Beef Squares Chicken, Apple, Leafy Medley Ingredients 4 pounds chicken breast 5 eggs 4 cups spinach 2 skinned apples 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions 1. Boil chicken in stock pot until fully cooked 2. Add all other ingredients except eggs and simmer for 10 minutes 3. Turn burner off and add in eggs 4. Stir everything up, let cool, serve and store leftovers! Kale Nachos Ingredients 2 bunches of Kale 1 pound ground beef 1 can black beans (no salt added) 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions 1. Cook ground beef until cooked through, drain grease 2. Add black beans to ground beef 3. Heat separate pan over medium heat and

add 1 to 2 tablespoons of olive oil 4. Pull kale leaves off the stem and place in pan 5. Cook kale for about 10 minutes on the pan or until they are crisp 6. Add kale to ground beef and beans, mix and serve Triple Three Ingredients 1 pound chicken 1 pound beef 1 pound canned salmon ½ pound broccoli ½ pound carrots ½ pound peas Optional eggshells Directions 1. Cook chicken and beef until cooked through 2. Steam broccoli, carrots and peas 3. Add all ingredients together and serve! Chicken Hummus Ingredients 2 pounds chicken 4 cans garbanzo beans ¼ cup tahini ¼ cup chopped carrots ¼ cup olive oil 2 tablespoons kelp powder (or some other type of green vitamin, can also add chopped spinach) Directions 1. Boil chicken until cooked 2. Steam carrots and chop 3. Thoroughly rinse the garbanzo beans 4. Add olive oil, tahini, kelp powder and garbanzo beans to a blender (or a pot and heat on medium until fully mashable) 5. Blend or mash ingredients until smooth 6. Add chopped carrots

and chicken to the hummus and mix 7. Serve! Beef Squares Ingredients 4 pounds diced beef 3 cups any broth 2 eggs 1 pound broccoli ½ pound spinach Directions 1. Cook beef until thoroughly cooked 2. Steam broccoli 3. Heat broth in a pot over medium heat and add chopped spinach and eggs 4. Add all ingredients together and serve! Recipes For Sensitive & Upset Stomachs Ginger & Pumpkin Smash Yogurt Blend Chicken & Yogurt Turkey Turmeric Tummy Medley Ginger & Pumpkin Smash Ingredients 1 can all natural pumpkin puree Around a tablespoon of ginger powder (the amount is determined by the size of dog, a pinch should do just fine) Directions 1. Thoroughly mix the ginger powder in with the pumpkin 2. Serve in small quantities Yogurt Blend Ingredients 1 cup plain yogurt Pinch of ginger powder ½ cup pumpkin Directions 1. Stir ingredients together 2. Serve in small quantities Chicken & Yogurt Ingredients 1 pound chicken ½ pound plain yogurt ½ can pumpkin

puree ½ cup spinach Directions 1. Boil chicken until cooked thoroughly 2. Chop spinach 3. Mix all ingredients and serve Turkey Turmeric Ingredients 1 pound ground turkey Pinch of turmeric powder Pinch of ginger powder ½ cup plain yogurt Directions 1. Pan fry the turkey 2. Add the turmeric and ginger to the turkey 3. Let cool and mix with the yogurt and serve Tummy Medley Ingredients ½ cup pumpkin puree ½ cup plain yogurt ½ cup banana Pinch of ginger Directions 1. Dice and mash banana 2. Mix all ingredients together and serve in small quantities Pumpkin Based Recipes Pumpkin Mix Pumpkin & Squash Pumpkin Balls Pumpkin & Berry Oatmeal Pumpkin Seeds & Turkey Pumpkin Mix Ingredients 2 pounds chicken ½ cup pumpkin 1 can chickpeas 1 cup cauliflower 2 tablespoons olive oil Optional eggs shells Directions 1. Boil chicken until thoroughly cooked 2. Rinse and drain chickpeas and cook with the olive oil until soft, then mash 3. Steam cauliflower and then finely

chop 4. Mix all ingredients together Pumpkin & Squash Ingredients 2 pounds chicken ¾ can pure natural pumpkin 1 yellow squash 1 cup rice Optional green pill, egg shells, or multi vitamin Directions 1. Boil chicken until cooked 2. Cook rice until soft 3. Steam squash and dice up 4. Add all ingredients together and mix Pumpkin Balls Ingredients ½ cup pumpkin puree 1 cup coconut flour 1 cup quick cooking oats 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 egg 1 egg shell 1 tablespoon honey ¼ cup plain yogurt ¼ cup water Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees 2. Bake egg shell for 7 minutes 3. Pulse egg shell and oats until both are a fine powder 4. Mix all ingredients together 5. Form into balls, or these can also be turned into muffins 6. Bake for 15 minutes! Pumpkin & Berry Oatmeal Ingredients 2 cups steel cut oats ¼ cup pumpkin puree ¼ cup blueberries ¼ cup chopped spinach Directions 1. Cook the oats until soft 2. Chop blueberries and spinach 3. Add all ingredients together

4. Serve! Pumpkin Seeds & Turkey Pumpkin Seeds & Turkey Ingredients 2 cups pumpkin seeds 2 pounds ground turkey 4 tablespoons olive oil 1 cup chopped cauliflower ½ cup chopped carrots Directions 1. Boil pumpkin seeds for 10 minutes 2. Preheat oven to 325 degrees 4. Pat pumpkin seeds to dry and place on a cookie sheet with olive oil drizzled over, cook for 10 minutes 5. Steam cauliflower and carrots, then chop 6. Add all ingredients together Peanut Butter Based Recipes Peanut Butter & Chicken Sweet Potato & Peanut Butter Peanut Butter Oatmeal Peanut Butter Banana Balls Peanut Butter Mix Peanut Butter & Chicken Ingredients 2 pounds chicken 1 cup all natural peanut butter 1 pound carrots ½ pound spinach 2 tablespoons coconut oil Directions 1. Boil chicken until cooked 2. Chop spinach and carrots and steam 3. Melt the peanut butter and coconut oil together until softer (all natural peanut butter tends to be more sticky) 4. Add all ingredients together and

mix Sweet Potato & Peanut Butter Ingredients 4 sweet potatoes 1 cup white rice 1 cup all natural peanut butter 1 apple, peeled and diced ½ cup carrots Directions 1. Cook rice until soft 2. Pierce sweet potato and microwave for 10 minutes until soft 3. Steam carrots and chop 4. Microwave peanut butter to soften up 5. Add all ingredients together Peanut Butter Oatmeal Ingredients 3 cups steel cut oats 1 cup blueberries 1 cup all natural peanut butter 2 tablespoons coconut oil Directions 1. Cook oats until soft 2. Microwave peanut butter and coconut oil until less sticky 3. Mix all ingredients together and serve! Peanut Butter Banana Balls Ingredients 1 banana 1 ⅔ cups quick cooking oats ½ cup all natural peanut butter ½ cup spinach, chopped ¼ cup all natural honey Directions 1. Mash the banana with fork 2. Blend spinach up or chop extremely small 3. Add all ingredients together and mix well 4. Freeze for about 30 minutes 5. Form into balls and keep refrigerated

Peanut Butter Mix Ingredients 3 pounds turkey 1 cup carrots 1 cup celery 1 cup all natural peanut butter ½ cup spinach 2 tablespoons coconut oil Directions 1. Cook turkey 2. Steam carrots and celery and chop 3. Chop spinach 4. Mix all ingredients together and serve Dog Treats Pumpkin Treats Frozen Peanut Butter Popsicles Apple Chips Carob Cookies Yogurt & Carob Cups Pumpkin Treats Ingredients 2 cups coconut flour ½ cup all natural peanut butter 1 cup pure pumpkin 2 eggs Directions 1. Heat oven to 350 degrees 2. Blend or whisk ingredients together 3. Place into desired treat pan 4. Bake 10 to 15 minutes Frozen Peanut Butter Popsicles Ingredients 2 pounds plain vanilla yogurt 1 cup all natural peanut butter 2 tablespoons coconut oil Directions 1. Melt peanut butter and coconut oil together in microwave to soften 2. Mix ingredients together 3. Place into muffin papers and freeze! Apple Chips Ingredients Apples *You will need a mandolin to slice the apples

Directions 1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees 2. Wash and core the apples 3. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper 4. Using a mandolin, thinly slice the apples into round slices 5. Bake apples for an hour and half 6. You can sprinkle whatever your dog would like on them, parsley, cinnamon, etc Carob Cookies *variation of Doggy Dessert’s Recipe Carob Crunchers Ingredients 1 cup coconut flour ½ cup carob powder 1 teaspoon coconut oil You’ll need extra flour (of any kind) and a cookie cutter Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees 2. Spray cookie sheet with coconut non-stick spray 3. Mix all ingredients together until dough is smooth (add a little more water if the dough is too dry) 4. Use any type of flour to flour a smooth countertop surface 5. Roll dough onto the floured surface 6. Use cookie cutter to make the shapes 7. Place cookies on cookie sheet and bake 10 to 15 minutes 8. Cool and keep refrigerated Yogurt & Carob Cups Ingredients 4 cups plain yogurt 1 cup

blueberries 1 cup cut up bananas ½ cup carob chips muffin paper cups Directions 1. Mix all ingredients together 2. Place in muffin cups & freeze 7 Of Our Favorite Homemade Dog Food Recipes Blueberry Bacon Biscotti from Doggy Dessert Chef 3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Pumpkin Homemade Dog Treats from Kevin & Amanda Vegan Recipe from The Offbeat Herbivore Healthy Dog Food Pucks from Healthful Pursuit Ruff Risotto from Dancing Dog Blog Vegan Quinoa Bowl from Veg Annie Double Meat Crock Pot Recipe from Aflux Blueberry Bacon Biscotti from Doggy Dessert Chef Ingredients 3 slices crispy bacon 1 cup blueberries ¾ cup milk 1 ½ cup brown rice flour (or coconut flour) Optional pinch of cinnamon Directions 1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees & line baking sheet with parchment paper 2. Combine all ingredients and mix well by hand 3. Form dough into flat logs about 2 inches wide 1 inch long 4. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes until edges are slightly brown 5. Remove from oven, allow

to cool and then cut into ½ inch slices 6. Place back on cookie sheet and bake additional 10 to 15 minutes until the pieces are crunchy 7. Cool and keep refrigerated 3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Pumpkin Homemade Dog Treats from Kevin & Amanda Ingredients ½ cup natural peanut butter 1 cup 100% pure pumpkin puree, canned 1 ¾ cups whole grain brown rice flour Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line cookie sheet with parchment paper 2. In large bowl, stir together peanut butter and pumpkin 3. Stir in the flour ¼ cup at a time, just until the dough is no longer sticky 4. Roll the dough out between two sheets of parchment paper to ¼ inch thick 5. Use cookie cutter to cut out the dough and place on cookie sheet 6. Bake at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes, let cool and store in an airtight container Vegan Recipe From The Offbeat Herbivore Ingredients 2 parts cooked, mashed green lentils 1 part cooked brown rice 1 part green beans 1 part canned natural pumpkin

Small splash of olive oil ½ tsp Vegedog ¼ tsp Prozyme enzymes Directions 1. Cook lentils and rice until soft 2. Mash the lentils 3. Steam the green beans 4. Mix first five ingredients together 5. Add supplements right before feeding Healthy Dog Food Pucks from Healthful Pursuit Ingredients 1 cup bone broth 1 sweet potato 2 apples, seeds completely removed ¾ cup ground flax seed, pumpkin seed or hemp meal 6 chicken livers or 2 calf livers Optional vitamins include vitamin A in the form of Cod Liver Oil, EPA/DHA in the form of Krill Oil, Soy-free Vitamin E, and Kelp Water Directions 1. Add all ingredients together and cook in an Instant Pot, Crock Pot or Stove stop until everything is soft 2. Allow to cool and then blend the food 3. Transfer to small or large silicone molds and freeze 4. Take out mold one hour prior to feeding Ruff Risotto from Dancing Dog Blog Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil to sauté 1 peeled, finely chopped potato cut kale 2 oz cooked, whole grain rice

2 oz canned sweet corn(organic) 3 oz cooked chicken cut into chunks 2 tablespoons plain yogurt Sprinkle lightly (a few drops) with sesame oil before serving Directions 1. Heat the olive oil up and sauté the potato until it is translucent 2. Add cut kale Keep stirring, adding the rice and sweet corn 3. Add the chicken then stir a bit longer; reduce the heat to low. Stir an additional 2 to 3 minutes 4. Mix in the yogurt, reduce heat to lowest possible setting. Cover and let cook for five more minutes, stirring occasionally 5. Allow it to cool completely, then sprinkle with a few drops sesame oil Vegan Quinoa Bowl from Veg Annie Ingredients 1 banana 1 cup peas 1 sweet potato 2 cups quinoa Directions 1. Cook sweet potato in oven (or microwave) until soft 2. Cook quinoa until soft 3. Chop and combine all ingredients! Double Meat Crock Pot Recipe from Aflux Ingredients 1 ½ pound chicken breast 20 ounces ground turkey 2 apples (cored and deseeded) 1 pound carrots 1 pound of frozen

peas 1 cup brown rice Directions 1. Put the meat in the crock pot 2. Put the veggies in 3. Add enough water to cover the meat 4. Cook on low for 9 hours 5. Stir together Popular Homemade Dog Food Recipes Rosemary Turkey Stew Homemade Doggie Chili Peanut Butter Treats Rosemary Turkey Stew Ingredients 6 cups water 1 pound ground turkey 2 cups brown rice 1 teaspoon dried rosemary ½ package (or 8 ounces) of frozen veggie combination (broccoli, carrots and cauliflower) Directions 1. Cook turkey and add dried rosemary 2. Cook rice until soft 3. Mix ingredients together Homemade Doggie Chili Ingredients 4 chicken breasts 1 cup kidney beans, drained 1 cup black beans, drained 1 cup of carrots, diced ½ cup tomato paste 4 cups chicken broth Directions 1. Cook and dice chicken 2. Add all ingredients to a large pot and heat for about 10 minutes Peanut Butter Treats Ingredients 2 cups of flour ( wheat or coconut generally) 1 cup rolled oats 1/3 cup all natural peanut butter 1

tablespoon of natural honey ½ tablespoon of fish oil 1 ½ cups of water Directions 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F 2. Mix the flour and oats together in a large mixing bowl 3. Pour in one cup of water and blend until smooth 4. Add in the peanut butter, honey, and fish oil and mix until all the ingredients are well blended 5. Slowly add the water until the mixture has a thick and doughy consistency 6. Lightly flour a cooking surface Roll the dough onto the cooking surface to create a 1/4 inch thick sheet 7. Use a cookie cutter to create shapes Place the cookies onto a baking sheet and bake for 40 minutes 8. Allow to cool completely before feeding Conclusion Homemade dog food recipes can be found all over the internet, they can, and should be, switched up and tailored to fit your dog’s needs. There is a lot of differing opinions when it comes to whether or not you should cook your dog’s food, some people prefer the raw food diet. If you want to learn more about that read An

introduction to Raw Feeding and the Raw Food Diet by Pets in Omaha. Some people have found a great dry dog food at a local pet food store that their dog really likes and they just end up adding some chicken to the top or mixing in some veggies, that is just fine too! You find what works, and most importantly, just love your dog as much as you can! If you like these recipes, please share the post at: https://www.dogidscom/blog/dog-food-recipes Leave a comment on the post if you made any and which ones your dog loved most!