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5 Healthy Recipes for Your Dog

Lamb Stew (Makes 8 cups)
1 pound lamb neck and shoulder pieces
6 cups water
3 carrots diced
1 sweet potato, peeled, diced
2 cups cooked brown rice

Combine the lamb and water in a medium saucepan and simmer for 20 minutes. Remove lamb and cool before removing meat from the bone. Discard the bone and return the lamb to the pot with the remaining ingredients. Return to a simmer and cook until vegetables are tender, about 15 minutes. Cool and mash before serving. Freeze in serving portions and defrost as needed.

Tuna Fudge
2 6-ounce cans tuna OR 1 14-ounce can salmon (do not drain either)
1 1/2 cup whole wheat or spelt flour
1 tablespoon granulated garlic
2 eggs, lightly beaten
cup grated Parmesan cheese

Pre-heat oven to 350F degrees. Pulse ingredients together in a food processor. Spray a 9×9 pan with oil and add tuna mixture. Bake for 20 minutes, remove and cool. Freezes beautifully and will keep unfrozen in refrigerator for 3-4 days. CAUTION: do not refreeze any leftovers!

Salmon Brownie Treats
1 10-ounce can salmon, not drained
3 cloves garlic
3 cups spelt, oat or quinoa flour .

Pre-heat oven to 350F degrees. Combine salmon and garlic in a food processor and pulse to combine. Add the flour and continue to pulse until a ball of dough forms. Remove from processor and place between two layers of wax paper then roll out to half an inch thick. Place on a cookie sheet and score into small squares. Bake 10-15 minutes.

For more, see Dog Nutrition Tips and Why do Dogs Eat Grass?

Read more: Dogs, Everyday Pet Care, Pets, Rejuvenate your Body with Delia Quigley

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Delia Quigley

Delia Quigley is the Director of StillPoint Schoolhouse, where she teaches a holistic lifestyle based on her 30 years of study, experience and practice. She is the creator of the Body Rejuvenation Cleanse, Cooking the Basics, and Broken Bodies Yoga. Delia's credentials include author, artist, natural foods chef, yoga instructor, energy therapist and public speaker. Follow Delia's blogs: brcleanse.blogspot.com and. To view her website go to www.deliaquigley.com

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1:43PM PDT on May 28, 2013

Garlic is poisonous to dogs!

10:52AM PDT on Apr 17, 2013

I will have to try some of this. I already make tons of goodies for my puppy out of fruits, yogurt & peanut butter

1:36PM PST on Dec 11, 2011

Thanks for sharing.

5:15AM PDT on Jul 19, 2011

DALE B........could you please list the measurements for the weekly recipe that you feed your dogs? and what is the serving size per dog of this meal? and one more question.....when you cook it in the pot, what is it cooked in? oil? water? Thanks.....I have a dog with skin allergies and I have not yet found a diet that works for her....i've been using IAM's for several years but I had no idea what actually was in the store bought dog foods other than what they tell you on the nutrition box. I'm hoping that a better diet will improve her skin and coat. Thank you

6:21PM PDT on May 20, 2011

Elk antlers are the best. antler dog chews

6:02AM PST on Feb 28, 2011

Nice info

7:39PM PST on Dec 9, 2010

Nat, You are right, garlic is on the list (ASPCA & peteducation.com) of foods not to feed your dog. But, a little used for flavoring is not harmful. I found this out because peteducation.com parent company (Doctors. Foster & Smith) has a little garlic in their food even though it's on their list of food not to feed your dog. I emailed them and they told me a little garlic is not harmful.

I have been cooking for my 8 dogs for the past 5 years and their health is amazing. Each week in a very large pot I cook:
brown rice, lentils, oatmeal, 2 cans of wild salmon, chicken, 18 eggs, ground up egg shells (calcium), broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, bananas, blueberries and olive oil.

8:52AM PST on Nov 18, 2010

And we sell deer antlers- my Boston is crazy about his. He gets minerals while he's eating and it leaves no mess for me. Lasts a LOT longer than his chew toys

8:50AM PST on Nov 18, 2010

If you would like to add extra nutrients to your homemade dog food, try BirkDale PetMix- with a variety of herbs, vegetables, vitamins, and good whole grains and proteins (NO WHEAT!! NO PRESERVATIVES!), this will make your pet healthier and happier. http://www.orionhealthypet.com/

We also have supplements with hot-water extracted medicinal mushrooms for dogs with cancer. http://www.k9criticalcare.com/brands/BirkDale-Medicinals.html

12:44PM PST on Nov 7, 2010

Here's a link to OPCs:

http://www.marketamerica.com/ryangagliardi/sku-5602/beef-flavor-single-container_approximately_90_servings.htm?refEmail=2C243103242B3F3E240E204958362F02333C43352C06

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