7 Dog-Friendly Recipes to Make for Your Sweet Little Dog to Enjoy ...

Three months ago, one of our dogs developed some serious digestion issues, and after no answers from the vet, I decided to get rid of their gluten-filled, processed meat-filled dog food and make up some dog friendly recipes to feed them instead.

I turned to Rachel Ray, who always has some super healthy homemade dog recipes in her magazine that are inexpensive to make and contain only pure ingredients.

After just one week, our dog’s issues were completely gone and she seemed so much healthier and happier.

I also like Rachel Ray’s brand of dry dog food in stores, if you’re wondering what the best store bought options are.

If your pet has skin allergens of any kind, digestion issues, or has no energy, then I suggest to eliminate gluten in their diet first to see if that helps.

The best way to do that is to start making some of these simple dog friendly recipes.

The dry brands of gluten-free, grain-free dog food at the store are so expensive and sometimes, they don't even work as well as real food.

Your pup will be so excited when you go to fix their food and you’ll be so happy knowing you’re taking care of them by preparing something nourishing for them.

Many people even notice that their dog’s anxiety and nervous energy goes away after eating a whole foods diet.

Treat your dog well, they deserve it!

1. Mighty Muffin Meatloaves

Mighty Muffin Meatloaves

When feeding your pup dog friendly recipes, don’t you dare forget about the simplicity of meatloaf!

Remember how your mom would make that as a child, or if she didn’t, I’m sure you remember your lunch room cafeteria serving it!

Meatloaf can take on a bad connotation and many people don’t like it, but guess what?

Your pup LOVES it!

This meatloaf recipe is really healthy and uses only fresh ingredients.

Plus, you can freeze these individually and thaw anytime your little one wants something special!

Serves: 6

Ingredients:

1 pound lean chopped beef

1 cup thawed frozen peas and carrots

1/2 cup cooked brown rice

2 eggs

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.

Generously grease 1 jumbo six-cup muffin tin.

In a large bowl, using your hands, mix all of the ingredients thoroughly.

Fill each muffin cup with the meat mixture and bake until well browned, about 40 minutes.

(You can wrap and refrigerate the cooked muttloaves for up to 3 days or freeze them for up to 2 months.)

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