Monthly Archives: April 2012
Use cookie cutters to create a fish shape.
It makes them tase even better!
1 can salmon with juice (8 oz.)
½ cup chopped fresh parsley (or 1 tsp dried)
1 tsp dill weed
3 eggs — shells included
½ cup sesame seeds ground up in coffee grinder
½ cup flax seeds ground up in coffee grinder
2 (or more) cups whole wheat flour — (2 to 3)
Preheat oven to 375°F (190° C).
Put all ingredients into a food processor and mix very well. NOTE: Pour flour through the opening while the processor is on. Use enough flour to make the dough about the consistency of a pie crust (it will roll into a ball – once it does, it’s ready to remove.)
Place on a floured surface and knead more flour into dough until it is easily rolled out. Roll out to about ¼” thick. Cut into shapes with a cookie cutter. Poke each cookie with a fork once or twice, so that cookies will not puff up. Bake on cookie sheets that have a nonstick spray coating.
Bake for 20 min. Turn and rotate cookie sheets, then bake about 10 more minutes.
-Slaughtered for pet food or human consumption
NEVER GIVE UP YOUR PET!
2/3 Cup cottage cheese
6 Tsp. milk
6 Tsp. flaxseed oil (optional: olive oil with a sprinkling of flaxseeds)
1 egg yolk
2 Cups oatmeal
Directions: Mix all ingredients and form small balls. Bake the treats approx. 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. until the dog treats are crunchy. You could add other cheeses, liver, bacon, or ham. Let them cool and then use as treats! You’ll have one happy dog! (or more, depending on how many dogs you feed them to )
Enjoy this dog biscuit recipe!
Supplement to dog food:
I prefer fresh veggies and discard the butter but nice addition to your dogs dry food.
your regular dog food Put chopped carrots in a pot with a little water, drain the water when the carrot are soft.
Then add the peas, corn, carrots in a pot with butter. Once they are all cooked, put broth and vegetables in dog food!