Get in the kitchen and try making one of these delicious — and healthy — pet-friendly recipes, which are so much easier than you think to pull off. All of these treats are made from basic ingredients and come together in no time. From homemade chicken jerky to delicious dog biscuits, these are the perfect goodies to make for your favorite furry friend.
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Sweet Potato, Mixed Frozen Veggies, Oatmeal, Natural Choice Lite,
Merrick Senior Medley, Fat Free Yogurt. Center: Carrots for snack.
Willie is fed this twice a day in addition to receiving plenty of carrots and green beans as treats.
Each meal has the wet and dry food as a base. The other ingredients can be increased, decreased, left out as desired as long as meal totals 1/2 cup. I occasionally mix in a couple slices of banana or some chopped red apple.
He also gets 2 – 5 calorie mini bones cookies at bedtime (these are what his mom gave him, so we won’t take these away, we just cut him from 3 to 2).
He seems to enjoy the moister diet. His water consumption has decreased to a normal level.
I either make up a breakfast bowl for him and place in the fridge for the next day while I’m making his dinner, or
Mix up a few days worth in Tupperware and measure out approx 1/2 cup at mealtimes (adding the dry kernels to the top).