A festive menu for your dog

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It’s that time of the year again! Indeed, Christmas is upon us all, humans and fluffy friends alike! 🙂

Got some kitchen time scheduled in the diary already?
Why don’t you make the most of the occasion to cook some savoury delights for your pooch? Any member of the family deserves a festive menu, right? Follow our recipes and make your dog happy this Christmas by putting some yummy in its tummy! But first, some advice before we sart:

  1. Some products should never be eaten by dogs, even in small amounts. Learn how to recognise and avoid them.
  2. Generally avoid salt and sugar for your dog
  3. We recommend asking your vet about your dog’s specific dietary requirements to make your menu 100% suited to your dog.

Ready for The Great British Canine Cook Off?
Let’s have a look at the menu, where you’ll find for each course, the necessary ingredients as well as the method to follow! Continue reading

Pumpkin biscuits for dogs

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There is nothing like the pleasure of knowing what our dogs really eat every day. When we beckon them over with a treat to sit or give paw, do we really know what we are giving them? Well, what better than making the treats for our doggies ourselves?

Let’s make the most of Halloween to treat our four-legged companions to something healthy, easy and most of all, yummy:

Pumpkin biscuits

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Homemade dog treats recipes from Pinterest

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We love our dogs and couldn’t imagine our life without them! So why not offer them the best for their health and shape? After searching on Pinterest I found a lot of original and sweety recipes for our lovely friends. Your dog will love you even more after reading this article!

Let’s cook everybody, it’s summertime and your dog is waiting for new and tasty meals 🙂

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Buckwheat Bone Treats for your Gudog

If you’ve always wanted to make your own doggie biscuits, look no more – this simple recipe is perfect. And it is also kids friendly, meaning you can make it together with your children, teaching them how to cook and measure along the way in a stressless and fun way.
Plus, dogs love to chew on bones, and most simply die for these beefy buckwheat treats. Not to mention that these biscuits are all natural and a great source of protein. Continue reading