More Doggy Recipies

Loosey-Goosey Chicken Fix

3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 cup cooked plain white rice
1 cup cooked plain carrots
1 cup non- or low-fat cottage cheese

For dogs that have had a bit too much ‘stuff’ that they’re a little bit ‘loose.’ (Get it?)

Boil chicken breasts in a small amount of water until done; chop.
Cook carrots in a small amount of water until tender but not mushy.
Mix both with the rice and cottage cheese. You may want to add some broth from the meat or carrots if it seems too dry.
A nice plain meal to get your baby ‘firmed up.’ Keep any leftovers in the fridge.

Optional flavorings (add 1 if desired): 1/4 cup mashed banana; 1/4 cup mashed or chopped plain potatoes; 1/4 cup low-fat cheddar cheese.

Remember to go easy since you’re trying to get their little tummies back to normal!


Bacon Biscuit Yummies

Talk about good! My puppy, Vida, can’t get enough of these homemade dog treats!


2 eggs
1 c. milk
½ c. water
10 TBSP bacon fat, melted
5 c. whole wheat flour


First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees and grease your cookie (or baking )sheet.

In a good size bowl, beat the 2 eggs. Stir in the water, bacon fat and milk until everything’s well blended.

Slowly stir in the flour until you have a nice, stiff dough.

Using your hands, roll the dough into 2 inch balls.

Place the balls on the lightly greased cookie sheet and bake for 35-40 minutes. Cool & Serve!

By the way, you’re going to want to store these bacon-flavored biscuits in the fridge.

Makes 25 dog biscuits.

Number three:
Microwave dog biscits
If you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, but still want to treat your furry baby to a bit of homemade goodness, then this recipe for dog treats will be right up your alley!


2 c. whole wheat flour
2/3 c. chicken or beef broth
1 large egg
3 tbsp. quick cooking oats


1. To start, crack the egg into a mixing bowl and lightly beat it.

2. Next, stir or whisk in the chicken/beef broth.

3. Stir in the whole wheat flour.

4. Mix in the oats.

5. Now, form the mixture into a ball. You can either roll out the dough or take it by spoonfuls and place it on a microwave safe plate.

6. Microwave in batches* for 5 minutes on high. Add more time, as necessary, depending on how powerful your microwave is.

*The reason for the batches is that you don’t want the biscuits sticking together, so leave some space in between them on the plate used for microwaving.

Voila! Cool and serve. That was easy, right?!

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