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Pups Prefer Pumpkin Pie! By Helen Fazio, Travel Dog Blogger, Pumpkin is very good for dogs, and dogs usually want a piece of pie. Make Fido his own dog-friendly pie and he'll never come begging for yours. Whip together: 1 can pumpkin (not pie mix), 3 eggs, 1/2 cup of skim milk (or unsweetened soy milk), 1/2 cup of brown sugar (it is a holiday!), 1 teaspoon of cinnamon, Pour into a wholewheat pie shell and bake at a preheated 375 degrees F for 60 minutes or until a knife comes out clean. Your dog's pumpkin pie will be rich and not too sweet!


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I decided to open the Barkery so all my fur friends could have good recipes for treats. Feel free to post recipes that are healthy for our dogs. I will be deleting some of the blogs that don't have recipes. It will make it easier to find the new recipes. Thank you...... STORMY (reg page #21471) Drop by and chat!

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Homemade Food for Dogs With Seizures

Most commercially prepared dog foods are rather unhealthy for any dog, but pets that suffer from canine seizures are at even higher risk due to compromised immune systems. Many of these foods contain rosemary, an herb that can actually trigger seizures even in dogs that do not have seizing disorders. You can prepare your own much healthier alternative knowing exactly what's going into it. This is a very easy diet for otherwise healthy dogs that have canine seizures. It is very balanced and is simple to make. Be sure to use fresh vegetables for the highest nutritional levels. Choose chicken, fish or ground beef, or a combination of one or more of the meats. This recipe will give you 8 to 10 cups of fresh dog food, and you only need to make it once a week. THINGS YOU'LL NEED 4 cups of cooked ground beef, fish or chicken 1 cup of carrots 1 cup of summer squash or zucchini 1 cup of celery 1 cup of string beans ½ cup of yams or sweet potatoes ½ cup of white or red potatoes Paper towels Colander Plastic zip-top bags Plastic food storage containers with lids CHOOSE AND PREPARE MEAT 1.Brown ground beef in a skillet with no added oil. Drain on paper towels. If your pet is sensitive to fats, place the cooked beef in a colander and rinse it well under hot running water. Set this aside. 2. Poach fish with a small amount of water in a skillet over medium heat. Turn it once, and cook it until the flesh is white and flakes easily with a fork. Drain the fish on paper towels. Finely flake all of the cooked fish and set it aside. 3.Skin the chicken and cut it into parts if necessary. Cover it with water in a large pot. Bring the pot to a boil, cover the pot and simmer until the chicken is completely cooked. Drain it in a colander and reserve the broth. Finely chop the cooked chicken. 4.Split the chicken broth into two batches. Keep one batch in the refrigerator in a covered container for the first several days, and add some of it to your dog's meals when you feed. Freeze the second batch of broth in a covered container. Thaw it and use it to flavor your pet's meals for the remainder of the week. PREPARATION 1. Wash all of the vegetables very well. Cut them into pieces that are appropriate for your dog's size. 2.Cover the squash and potatoes with water in a large pot, and cook them until they are very tender. You'll want to prepare these separately from the other vegetables due to differences in required cooking times. Drain them in a colander and set aside. 3. Cover the carrots, celery, green beans and sweet potatoes or yams with water in another large pot, and cook them until they're tender. Drain in the colander and set aside. 4.Mix all of the ingredients together very well in a large bowl. Store enough for three to four days in a covered container in the refrigerator. 5.Divide the remainder of the dog food into meal-size portions. Freeze these for the latter part of the week. Remove them the day before you plan to use them. Thaw in refrigerator.

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7/18/2011 4:19:43 PM

Hot Weather, Cool Treats

Doggy Dreamcicles ( 1 cup soy yogurt 1 cup creamy peanut butter 1 cup all-natural apple sauce In a large mixing bowl, combine the yogurt, peanut butter, and apple sauce. Mix well to combine thoroughly. Spoon mixture into the compartments of two ice cube trays and freeze. Don't forget to let your dog lick the bowl!

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6/19/2011 3:49:07 PM

Frosty Paws

Homemade Frosty Paws are very easy. 32 oz. of vanilla yogurt (NOT low fat or light yogurt), 1 banana, 2 Tbsp. of peanut butter 2 Tbsp. of honey Put these 4 ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. You can freeze them in little styrofoam cups or ice trays. (posted by the TT3)

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6/19/2011 3:48:10 PM

Pupsicles(from the dog channel)

Ingredients: 1 banana 1 quart orange juice 1/2 cup plain yogurt Instructions: Mix all ingredients together in a pitcher with a spout. Carefully pour the blend into empty ice cube trays. Store the trays in the freezer until the blend becomes solid. When ready to serve, pop the pupsicles out of the trays into a big serving dish. Reprinted from "Dog Parties" by Arden Moore © 2004. Permission granted by BowTie Press

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6/19/2011 3:47:17 PM

Doggie ice cream

32oz. vanilla yogurt, 1 large jar of baby fruit, 2 tablespoons peanut butter, 2 tablespoons honey, Blend together and freeze!, We use smallest Dixie cups to freeze our treats.

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6/19/2011 3:46:09 PM

Doggie Icy Poles

(courtesy of Start off with a medium sized bone from any butcher or from last night's roast and place it in an old plastic cup. No chicken bones!! If you don't give your dogs bones ( I don't) can be made without one. Make some beef, chicken, or vegetable stock (meat flavor works best) and pour it into the cup with the bone. Fill the cup to the top with stock. Add some dog biscuits that will add to the flavor and soak up some stock, adds texture and is more fun for the dog. Freeze the cup and all of it's contents until it is completely solid. On a hot day, take the frozen treat out of the cup and give to the dog outside. Not only does this keep your dog cool, it keeps her entertained for a few hours and when she's finally done with the frozen stock and biscuits, theres a tasty bone for her to chew on!!

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6/19/2011 3:45:12 PM

Hot Weather, Cool Treats~ Banana Pupsicles When the mercury rises nothing beats cooling down on a delicious frozen pupsicle treat. Now your dog can chill, literally! Here is a simple, quick tasty summer treat that will leave your dog begging for another ice cold lick. Ingredients: 1 ripe banana 2 tsp. peanut butter 2 tsp. honey 32 oz. unflavored low fat yogurt w/ active cultures Directions: 1. Slice banana and place in medium bowl. Mash the banana with a fork. 2. Add the peanut butter and honey to the banana. Mix ingredients thoroughly until blended well. Add yogurt (avoid flavored yogurts, or yogurts with added sugar) and mix again. 3. Spoon the mixture into small, 3-4oz disposable cups or bowls. You can also use ice cube trays. 4. Place bowls on cookie sheet or tray. Set the tray in the freezer. 5. Leave bowls in the freezer until the treats are completely frozen. Serve to your lucky deserving pup. Leave the remaining in the freezer.

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6/19/2011 3:40:07 PM

Frozen Fruity Pops for Pups

Ingredients: two mashed bananas, one cup strawberries (fresh or frozen), one cup organic apple juice two cups yogurt (plain or vanilla). Instructions: Puree all ingredients in a blender, pour into ice cube trays or small plastic cups, freeze for one hour or more as needed, and thaw just so slightly before serving. Bone Appetit!

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6/19/2011 3:38:05 PM

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6/1/2011 1:00:50 PM

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Mommy has some recipes she made that she thought you might like! Peanut Butter Puppy Popper Dental Treats Recipe by aPoLo's Awesome Mommy :-) -Two cups, whole-wheat flour (if necessary, use regular) -1 tbsp. baking powder -¼ cup, peanut butter* -Four sticks, crushed, Cadet Rawhide Treats “Gourmet” (available at Mills Fleet Farm) or other type of similar dental stick that can be crushed. If you don’t want it to be a dental treat, you can use Pupperoni -Small amount of rolled oats *You can add up to 1-cup of peanut butter to this recipe. I have found, however, that more peanut butter you put in, the harder it is to roll. My dogs have no problem with only ¼ a cup of peanut butter! Preheat the oven to 375° (sometimes it is better to set it at 350°). Combine the flour and baking powder in a bowl, big enough for other ingredients. In a separate bowl, put the peanut butter and milk in. Add to dry ingredients. Add the crushed dental sticks in at this time. Mix them together well with a wooden spoon. Take the dough out and knead well on a slightly floured surface. Sprinkle desired amount of oats on the dough. Roll out to ¼-inch thickness, and use cookie cutters to make various shapes of biscuits. . Cut out various designs with cookie cutters. Bake in the oven on a slightly greased cookie sheet for about 20 minutes or until a light golden color. Let cool on rack or on the cookie sheet. Store in airtight container (and freeze for up to six months) and let your pooch enjoy them! Thanks - and tell me if there is something that doesn't sound right and I will double check! ~aPoLo~

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