Dog Food Recipes
2 Mombo (32 oz.) plain or vanilla yogurts
1 Small (6 oz.) can of tuna in water
2 Teaspoons of garlic powder
24 3 oz. Plastic (not paper) bathroom cups
- Open yogurts. If they are full to the top, use a spoon to scoop one bathroom cup out. (These will be frozen as plain yogurt.) Put half of the can of tuna in each yogurt container. Add 1 teaspoon of garlic powder to each container. Mix each container thoroughly.
- Use a spoon to scoop the mixture into the bathroom cups. Place on tray and pop in freezer overnight. Makes approximately 24 .
- Variations: Natural Flea Prevention: Mix in garlic powder, brewers yeast and fennel seed.
Veggie Delight: Mix in cooked peas or other veggies. Chicken Frozen : Use canned chicken instead of tuna. Potassium Boost: Add in a mashed banana.
- I have heard of others putting them into standard ice cube trays instead of the plastic cups. When frozen, they pop them out and put in plastic bags or wrap in wax paper.
Louise's Fedemma's Fat Balls (Weight Gain)
Small heavy cream
1 doz eggs
2 blocks of cream cheese (room temp)
5 lbs ground beef -- (I get the 27% fat)
1 sm box TOTAL cereal
(crunch up Total into small crumbs)
1 cup wheat germ
Mix dry ingredients. Add heavy cream. Add cream cheese. MIX TOGETHER. Add ground beef. MIX TOGETHER. Roll into balls -- I put them on cookie sheets and freeze, makes a lot --
Marge Paszeks Fat Balls (Weight Gain)
1 lb hamburger
1 package cream cheese
1 dozen egg yolks
1 jar all natural peanut butter
about 1 cup rolled oats soaked in milk
1 jar wheat germ
Mix up, measure out, feed as needed. You'll need to mix it with your
hands. It's hard to mix and messy. I usually make this with more
hamburger (like, 2 or 3lbs) and freeze what I'm not using that day or the next.
Sunshine Bait ()
1 lb. of finely ground raw liver,
1 cup of flour,
1/2 cup cornmeal,
1 to 3 tablespoons garlic salt.
Spread on a lightly greased piece of tin foil on a cookie sheet. It
is very THICK -- like wet concrete! Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
When it is done, peel off the tin foil, break the liver into pieces,
and then freeze in packages to fit your needs.
1 lb hot(preferably low salt, or whatever your dog likes)
Cut all the hotinto 1/2 to 1/8 inch slices. Spread paper towels on a microwavable pan, then lay on the slices, so that they don't overlap. Microwave on medium for 3 minutes, do it once or twice or more depending on the wattage of your microwave, until the slices are small and fairly dry. Pat dry with more paper towels, place in zip-locks and freeze. Remove as many as needed for your session.
Rinse the beef liver well in cool water. Place the liver in a large pot of boiling water. Add Garlic powder 1-3 Tbsp to water. Allow enough room in the pot to prevent boiling over, and allow to boil for at least 1/2 to 3/4 hr or until cooked well. Let cool, cut into 1/2 inch sq cubes. Spread on a foil lined cookie sheet. Bake in a 250 degree oven for at least 2 hrs (longer is OK) or until dry to the touch. Liver will be shrunk to about 1/4 inch cubes when done. This liver is very dry when done, and can be stored in the freezer in a plastic or zip lock container. The dried liver will last all day in your pocket, and won't stain your clothing, it is also much cheaper than freeze dried liver. You can keep it in small film canisters in your pocket so your dog won't smell it.