We who cook for our PETS Talk

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cooking for pets brit brit No replies yet March 25, 2012 19:06
healthy pet food Donna Ludlow Donna Ludlow No replies yet July 10, 2011 02:12

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Melting Carob Chips

Melting Carob Chips by Robyn Savoie

Carob has a lower fat content than chocolate and it’s safe for pets. Carob requires more care to melt without drying it out. Use it for icing in all kinds of desserts, as well as a great dog treats coating. Just follow the steps below for melting carob chips, and you'll have success!

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Canine Gingerbread Biscuits

Canine Gingerbread Biscuits by Robyn Savoie

Here is a treat our canine friends are sure to love. Especially if they suffer from motion sickness. These biscuits come out of the oven soft, with a hint of spice they are sure to love. Does your canine suffer from motion sickness? Just like their human counterparts, ginger has been found to aid in controlling motion sickness…

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Canine Peanut Butter Biscuits

Canine Peanut Butter Biscuits by Robyn Savoie

Here's a nutty treat for our four legged friends since canines and felines alike love peanut butter. Peanuts are a type of legume, rather than a nut, and are therefore rich in protein and contain healthy fats and vitamins E and H, which will help keep your pets coat healthy and shiny. Be Advised: 1.) Choking Hazard: It is…

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Canine Pineapple and Molasses Balls

Canine Pineapple and Molasses Balls by Robyn Savoie

Here's a recipe for the Pineapple & Molasses drop cookies. They look disgusting but dogs love them. They are great for dogs that eat feces as it has pineapple in it. It is said one possible reason for this may be from not getting enough protein in their diet. Why is pineapple the key to discourage dogs from consuming their own…

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Apple and Carrot Dog Biscuits

Apple and Carrot Dog Biscuits by Robyn Savoie

So for all you fellow dog-lovers out there, here’s a simple and healthy Apple Carrot Dog Biscuit recipe for your special pup. Apples and carrots are favorites of our K9 friends because they are sweet, crunchy and full of nutrition. Carrots are packed with vitamins such as beta-carotene, which is helpful for ocular health. Many…

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