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Autumn Treat Recipes

Autumn Treat Recipes | Krazy For Pets

Just this morning, I began collecting and compiling bits of scrap notebook paper, folded envelopes, and almost-forgotten receipts, all with messy recipes scribbled onto them. This is one of my favorite times of year, when I get to comb through recipe after recipe in anticipation of Thanksgiving and Christmas and all of the birthdays and family/friend visits in […] more

Dangers & Tasty Homemade Alternatives for your Pet this Easter

Dangers and Tasty Homemade Alternatives for your Pet this Easter

Our pets are every bit as happy as we are now that Spring temperatures are finally here to stay and our Easter shopping and celebrations are in full swing, but it’s important to keep both their enjoyment and safety in mind as we continue decorating, planning, and packaging up our baskets for our two-legged loved […] more

Parsley Meatloaf Sliders

Parsley Meatloaf Sliders

Parsley Meatloaf Sliders: Dogs will love these healthier meatloaf sliders from Rachel Ray. Ingredients: ½ lb ground beef 1 egg ½ C fresh flat-leaf parsley, finely chopped 1T olive oil Directions: In a medium bowl, combine the ground beef, egg, and parsley and form into ½ inch patties. Add olive oil to a small skillet and heat over […] more

Cat-friendly Cookies

Cat-friendly Cookies

Cat-friendly Cookies: These sweet, healthy cookies will be much more popular (and safer) than candy for your feline friends, from SavvyHomemade. Ingredients: 1C flour 1t catnip 1/3C milk 1/3C powdered milk 2T vegetable oil 1 egg 2T wheat germ 1T molasses Directions: Preheat oven to 350°F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or […] more

Tuna Treats for Cats

Tuna Treats for Cats

Tuna Treats: Keep your cats away from lilies with these tempting tuna treats from SheKnows. Ingredients: 6oz albacore tuna in water, drained 1C oat flour ¼ t baking powder ¼ t salt 1 large egg ¼ t old-fashioned oats (not quick or instant) Directions: Preheat oven to 350°F. Combine all ingredients, mixing thoroughly. Spread the […] more

Peanut Butter Carob Cookies

Peanut butter carob cookies

Peanut butter carob cookies: Treat your dogs to their own “chocolatey” treats with these delicious cookies from BlogMimiGreen. Ingredients: 2 ½ C organic flour (whole wheat works well here) ½ C carob chips ¾ C peanut butter (all natural, please!) 1 egg ¼ C organic vegetable oil ¾ C water ½ C wheat germ Directions: […] more

Berry Yogurt Bites

Berry Yogurt Bites

Berry Yogurt Bites: Tempt your pups with their own better-than-candy treats this Easter, brought to you by Doggy Dessert Chef. Ingredients: 1C frozen berries, thawed and pureed (any berries your dog likes will work here) 1C Water 1t Vegetable Oil 2 ½C Whole Wheat Flour ½tBaking Powder ¼t Baking Soda 2C Yogurt Chips Directions: Preheat […] more

Home-made Gift for Doggie Friends

BeefBourguignne

I am so fortunate to know bunch of pet-people and one of them is very good at cooking. She calls herself  Doggy Desert Chef. I have been following her blog but never tried her recipe until today. Among all of the yummy and good-looking recipes, I was stuck at Beef Bourguignne Treats. Somehow this meaty […] more

Home-Made Doggie Ice-Cream

Home-made Doggie Ice Cream

Ingredients 2 cups of plain yogurt 1 mashed bananas 2 tablespoons honey Direction Mix all ingredients well Pour in a little cup and freeze it Try this: Add 2 tablespoons of peanut butter for more flavor. You can also replace banana with canned pumpkin (for pet, not for pie), mashed sweet potato, mashed cooked carrots […] more

Are Dog Treats Evil?

Are Dog Treats Evil?

Giving your dog treats is like giving a kid candies. They won’t do any good to your dog. Why? Because… Admit it. Pet owners use treats as their tool for emotional fulfillment. You give your dog treats to show your love. You give your dog treats because you didn’t take your dog out for a […] more

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