Dog Friendly Recipes
There are lots of good books out there that have wonderful recipes. I get my recipes from a variety of sources books and the internet are just two. The recipes I am sharing with you I use myself and my dogs love them. I do think it is important to add nutritional yeast and a good multivitamin supplement to each meal. I get my supplements from Amazon and have the links below for easy reference. These are the ones I use there are plenty of good ones out there.
Layer chopped strawberries, meat cubes, and chopped apples in a popsicle mold. Add a carrot or celery stick for a "handle". Fill the container with water or a dog safe broth. Freeze and serve. I usually leave them in the freezer overnight.
Mix together oatmeal, chopped fruit or veggies, and plain greek yogurt. Fill a kong or other item that can be stuffed with the mixture. Place in the freezer overnight and serve the next day.
In a medium-sized bucket fill it 1/4 full. Add a total of 3 or 4 plastic toys or treats like meat cubes, chopped fruit, bones, or antlers, and place in freezer overnight. Repeat process until you have at least three layers. Remove the frozen cube from the bucket and give it to the dog outside in a water bowl or a pool so they can play with the ice while working on getting the treats and toys.