Until I found this recipe, I had no idea that dogs loved peanut butter so much and that it was OK to feed them some as a treat. I love how easy they are to bake and the inclusion of rolled oats, honey and fish oil is such a great way of getting those ingredients into their diet.
My dog (Labrador) has a sweet tooth, which is common for the breed. However, with the Summer heat she also suffers but this recipe I found on the Naturalpetshop site is great.
The non-fat yoghurt gives some creaminess; the no-sugar added fruit juice (I’ve used Apple and Orange in different batches), along with the Carrots (fibre, color, some sweetness) has gone down so well this Summer.
Freezing in ice block trays is a great portion control tip.
I’m a convert to the Naturalpetshop Dog Food Recipes for a few reasons. Firstly, I find a lot of commercial dog foods have smells and textures that give me such chronic nausea that I was gagging every time my dog (Yorkshire Terrier called Mavis) needed feeding.
I have tried many other sites looking for recipes that work and I cannot praise the Naturalpetshop Dog Food Recipes too highly.
Mavis seems to hang around the Kitchen quite a lot when I am making batches using Chicken, along with the Carrots, Spinach, Zucchini and Peas.
She can be a bit picky with food and after a few initial sniffs of the bowl she has taken to this one quickly. What’s more I can cook and feed her without any of my previous food reactions.
Keeping my rehomed Greyhound (Graham) healthy is a bit of a passion for me.
I like to make the dogs food, rather than feed him a store-bought product. There are very few suitable recipe books at my local library and I have had to check closely a lot of the recipes on the web.
However, since discovering the Naturalpetshop recipes I have been very impressed with their material.
They genuinely have worked hard to produce a list of 10 different products and that makes the diet more interesting to me and of course to my dog.
The only change for me is that I soak and cook the dried beans myself; rather than using canned – largely because make my own Bean dishes and it seems easier to prepare a few extra for the meal I am making for the dog.
My mother recently put up a Review after making another of your Crockpot recipes, so I thought I would give it a go. I ended up making a different recipe to her, but also one that cooks slowly while I get on looking after my 2 young kids.
I have a 3-year old Staffy called Ralph and he loves this recipe with Chicken, Sweet Potato, Beans, Apple and Carrots. I reckon he has a lot more energy since we put him onto the Naturalpetshop Slow Cooker Dog Food recipes. His coat looks shinier too.