Vegetarian Dog Treat Recipes
Vegetarian Dog Treat Recipes Feature Veggie Bagels
The spinach and carrots in these dog treats are good for your dog.
You can also sprinkle a little flaxseed into the dough for an boost of healthy omega 3's.
What do Omega 3's do? They help keep your pet healthy, clear up skin conditions and make Fido's coat gleam!
Veggie Doggie Bagels
1 Tsp. Veg. oil
½ c. Wheat Flour
2 ½ c. White Flour
1/4 tsp. Baking soda
1/4 tsp. Baking powder
½ c. Chopped spinach
½ c. Chopped carrots
¾ C. Water
Directions: Preheat to 350 degrees. Combine wet and dry ingredients separately. Then mix together. Knead by hand. Form into ball shaped pieces. Depending on your dog’s size, golf or tennis ball. Flatten and poke a hole in the center and shape into a bagel. Bake for 45-50 minutes.
You can garnish cooled bagels with poppyseeds or sesame seeds by spraying lightly with water and then sprinkling with seeds.
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The Benefits of Fruits and Veggies for Your Dog
Dogs are carnivores. Descended from wolves, their bodies (and teeth!) are meant to tear flesh.
However, dogs do not live by meat alone. In fact, they require fruits and veggies to thrive and stay healthy.
You can easily add cooked sweet potatoes, steamed spinach or kale and green beans to your dog's diet on a regular basis.
Baby carrots and bits of apple can be treats.
The vitamins and minerals in these foods provide your dog with important antioxidants to fight cancer and other dangerous diseases.
Sweet Potato and Salmon Dinner
Veterinarian Dr. Jones has lost a pet to cancer. Since then, he's dedicated his practice to treating animals with herbs and homeopathic remedies whenever possible.
He's also a avid cook for his dog.
In this video, you'll watch as Dr. Jones whips up and delicious and nutritious meal for his pet.
Technically, it's not vegetarian being fish based but it is healthy and your dog will love it.
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