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Dog food recipes

I was reading on here a while ago someone posted dog recipes in thread about a dog's birthday. Couldn't find that thread, but I need any recipes you guys have for special dog desserts. I remember something about a beef jerky cake? Any ideas welcome!


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Ok I got a couple...

Homemade Liver Cake Microwave Recipe

1lb liver
1lb granary flour
3 eggs
Teaspoon of oil
Splosh of milk

Liquidise the liver with the eggs, milk and a little oil in blender. Add to flour and mix. Put in a microwave dish/cake tin and cook on full power for about 10 minutes or until cooked right through.


Sardine Cake

400g sardines in oil
1 and half cups flour ( self raising or wholemeal )
2 eggs
grated parmesan

Mix everything together until its like brownie mix, put in a cake tin and bake at 180c for 20 minutes


Tried the sardine cake for the first time on Saturday. So easy to make and the dogs went absolutely crazy for it!!!

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I have made liver cake for the girls,it is a horrible job but the dogs just love it!!
I will sort out the recipe and post it here but it mainly consists of rolled oats,Liquidised liver(the yucky part)plain flour,eggs, and garlic powder,baked in the oven and hey presto liver cake to die for(if you are a Dobie)


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Ahh we posted at the same time Sarah!!bleh i smelled some of that sardine cake last night at training,interesting is a word i would use to describe it,but again the dogs loved it.You may need to look for an online food glossary to find out what kind of flour we Brits are on about.


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Thanks guys! I think I'll skip the liver. I've never eaten that stuff myself, and i dont think i could ever make it. Sardines, now thats an idea! I'll have to think of what spoiled Strike will like best...:jonkel:


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These are doggie cookies that I make for my dogs and friends/family dogs for special occasions...ie christmas, birthdays etc....

My dogs will do ANYTHING for these cookies, and they are as easy to make as human pb cookies

Peanut Butter Doggie Cookies
1/2 Cup Peanut Butter
1 Cup whole wheat flour
1 Cup Oatmeal
2 eggs
1/4 Cup water- or enough to moisten mixture

Preheat to 350.
Mix all well. Scoop out by spoonful,(adjust size for your dog) roll into balls. Place on ungreased cookie sheet and press criss cross with floured fork (just like human pb cookies) These can be rolled out and cut into shapes if you prefer.
Bake until starting to brown, cool completely.

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I've made Java a carrot cake birthday cake using unsweetened apple sauce rather than sugar. Didn't stay on her plate for too long.....
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The Dog Cakes I use to make were made like a meatloaf I used a Bundnt cake pan.A combination of the following ingredients Hamburger,Turkey Saugage,Ground Turkey,shredded carrots,apples what ever they like put it in the pan Bake like a Meatloaf.Then I put Low Fat Cream Cheese for icing all over the cake then little colored dog bones for decoration filling the hole in the middle and some on top.
Then I would take the Alpo Snaps little square biscuits put Bratwurst not spelled right its like a meat pate in a tube in the lunch meat section.I would put one snap down put the pate type stuff in the middle and then put a snap on top like sand-which cookies. The dogs really went nuts for them.
The only thing one time at therapy Dog Party one dog could not eat the cake because it could not eat beef. Good idea to ask if any dog is allergic to anything.
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Now on the serious side, how bad does some of this smell when cooking it? I just don't want to permiate (sp?) the fabrics in my home with sardine and liver smell. We have a specialty doggy buscuit store in our little town. I would much rather pay for the treats if I can be assured of ingredients.
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how bad does some of this smell when cooking it?
The sardine cake actually didn't smell too bad when it was cooking, would have smelt even less if I didn't keep opening the oven door to look at it! The liver cake smells quite bad whilst its cooking, my friend took his microwave outside to cook it for his dogs! But the smell doesn't linger for too long once its done cooking. Well my friend didn't notice when she came round, either that or she just didn't say anything :tongue22:

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Husband hates Liver have to cook the dogs their Liver while he is at work. I also leave the vent on the stove on to get rid of the smell.
Burned Liver very hard to get rid of the smell was cooking the dogs their liver forgot about it until I heard Patches making loud sniffing noises on the bed behind me. She was pointed right to the kitchen the Liver was just starting to burn.Phew wee.
Patches not a happy camper I got dirty looks from her.
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