Bone broth for your furry friend

Lets talk bone broth for your dog!! Bone broth is packed with nutrition that promotes and supports bone health (think arthritis). Not only does bone broth contain super amazing amounts of glucosamine, it’s also packed with other joint protecting compounds like chondroitin and hyaluronic acid. Moreover, the glycosaminoglycans from bone broth are resistant to digestion…

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Very Berry

Very Berry! I don’t think I need to describe it in too much details because the picture says it all. It is duck and blueberries topped with the blueberry cream. Imagine a home made blueberry muffin only better – less sugar, more berries. And of course, blueberries are great for humans and pets. Blueberries promote urinary…

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Fruity and nice with papaya

Fruity and nice!!! Most dogs love fruits and berries. And what is not to like? They are sweet and delicious. We feed our dogs bananas, apples, watermelon, blueberries. But what about exotic fruits like papaya? Papaya is a good source of fiber. Papaya is used for preventing and treating gastrointestinal tract disorders and intestinal parasite…

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Pheasant with Butternut Squash

I pay a lot of attention to what I use to make the treats. It is important for me to know that I use only clean and healthy ingredients. But I also like to have fun and be a bit playful when it comes to making treats. I never use icing or artificial colors for…

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Dragon Fruit as superfood

I am always on look out for the natural and healthy ingredients to add to the treats. No matter what you do, meat is meat and it will have one color. Of course, our furry friends don’t really care what the food looks like. However, I always strive to add a little extra. Veggies, fruit,…

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Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July to all humans and their furry friends! Be aware that some pets are afraid of fireworks and have a tendency to hide or run away. These red white and blue delicious frozen treats will help them stay cool and collected. All colors are natural including blue (from edible flowers).

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“Macarons” with Goat Cheese Filling

These “macarons” are made from lamb kidney and filled with the goat cheese, which as I mentioned previously, is healthy and tasty cheese for dogs. The cheese is mixed with roasted beets (for red) or moringa (for green).  Moringa  is derived from a moringa oleifera tree leaf. It is a nutritious food that contains 46…

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Frozen Dessert with Berries

Happy Father’s Day! This frozen dessert is just as good for a human as it is for a canine and will help to cool down the one who will be grilling and the one who will be standing next and drooling.  The “ice cream” is a goat yogurt with berries, and banana for sweetness.

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Rabbit and Blueberries

Dare I say – another dessert treat? This one is made with the ground rabbit meat and blueberries. Rabbit meat is very lean and is one of my favorite because it is all white-meat, which means even those couch-potato dogs won’t have to worry about their mid-lines, but it’s still full of nutrients for even…

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Duck and Mango Hearts

Who doesn’t like mango? When it is ripe, it is juicy and sweet and full of exotic taste. When it is not ripe, it is perfect for a salad or garnish. Well, you can safely feed a slice or two of mango to your furry friend.  Mango is rich in antioxidants that fight cancer. It is…

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