Attention ALL Doggie Lovers
We Need YOUR Help!
We Need YOUR Help!
Hi There! I want to tell you that my mom, who types all this, said we only have one doggie here at
home, and I already have my photo on my own page featuring my homemade Chicken Chow ... and I certainly
can't complain at all the fantastic food I get ... but, there's lots of
dogs out there that need help and are not as fortunate as I am. I need your help on behalf of all dogs out there!
Do you want to see your favorite doggie treat recipe along with
your dog's photo – right here – which you can share with your friends
How? Easy! Fill out the invitation below, and we'll do the rest!
Attach a photo of your dog and the recipe and tell us your dog's name
and all about your doggie dish creation!
"If we measured our affection toward others by
how many nicknames we bestow upon them,
our pets would be the most loved."
— Carrie Brownstein
"If we measured our
affection toward others
by how many
nicknames we bestow
upon them, our pets
would be the
— Carrie Brownstein
Raschell To The Rescue!
Here's Raschell's fantastic site whereby "Miss Home Made" makes ALL her meals from scratch – and she has homemade dog food and dog treats! Click Here
for Homemade Dog Treats Recipe, Homemade Dog Biscuits, Cookie Treats,
Homemade Breath Buster Biscuits, Trail Biscuits, Beef Dog Biscuits, No
Flea Dog Treats – and even more! Enough for any lucky dog!
Raschell, for all these great recipes! And when you've made them,
Love My Puppy Dog!
I just came across this site by Kathy and she also likes to create homemade doggie treats: Kathy's "Love My Puppy Dog" Treats - she has a really neat site, please check it out!
Remember, if you have a dog treat or food recipe YOU want to share, it may be a featured link on our homepage and it'll be your very own page on this website!
Important: The recipe must contain at least ONE item that is, or could be, made from dehydrated vegetables, meat, or fruit!
If You Don't Have Time To
Make Your Own, Visit Jackie:
If You Don't Have Time
To Make Your Own,
Treat yourself (er, your dog) to these FANTASTIC peanut butter treats! My min pin LOVES 'em... she dances up and down when I get the container out! Click the photo and order yours from my friend Jackie Lovern in NY.
UPDATE! Read MORE HERE about Jackie's
ORGANIC PUMPKIN TREATS for dogs! YAY!
Read MORE HERE
TREATS for dogs! YAY!
What's Your Dog's Favorite Homemade Food?
Is your dog drooling to have its photo featured showing us how much he/she enjoys your homemade doggie meals? Do you have a great recipe? Share it!
Your recipe will be posted "auto-magically" and you'll have your very own recipe and webpage featuring your dog's favorite food!
What Other Doggie Owner's Have Sent In
Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...
Recipe of the month
1/2 cup millet
1/2 cup quinoa
3 cups chicken stock …
5 lb boneless/skinless chicken breast or thighs
8 cups quick oatmeal
1 large can french cut green beans
5-6 large sweet potatoes
1/2 large can pure …
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Dehydrating Pet Food
Feb 15, 17 03:58 PM
Find out just how long I think long-term is and why another alternative isn't such a bad idea! See page 32 FAQ.
Feb 15, 17 03:56 PM
JJ wants to know if Mylar bags can be used for stowing food instead of Mason jars - also can she use reusable canning lids - read more here on page 32 FAQ.
Feb 15, 17 10:08 AM
I read in your apple dehydrating prep steps that you use lemon juice strayed on the slices. I've always used orange juice to dip the apples in. Is the lemon juice better? Read more on our newly-minted…
Feb 08, 17 04:09 PM
Dehydrating fruit such as apples and oranges straight from your trees ... and bananas ... or frozen fruit such as strawberries and pears is so easy to do! Learn how here!
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