Top 20 healthy homemade dog food recipes your dog will love

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20 homemade dog food recipes your dog will love
If you’re looking for recipes your dog will love that are super healthy and nutrient-rich you’ve come to the right place. As you know, there’s no shortage of dog food recipes. We looked through literally hundreds of recipes and separated the wheat from the chaff to give you the absolute cream of the crop in one article. Whether you’re a new pet parent of a rambunctious puppy paving the way for a healthy future or have a senior dog with special needs, these recipes are nutritious, wholesome and dogs love them. There’s no better way to ensure that your dog is getting exactly what he/she needs in their diet than making meals for your dog. But for some the idea of hand making meals is just another thing we don’t have enough hours in the day for. That’s why when selecting the top 20 recipes we ensured that they were simple enough to make, both in regards to the ingredients and the time and steps to make them. And we’ve already done the research for you so click through our list of amazing recipes and bookmark your favorites! Remember to keep any dietary restrictions (like food allergies) in mind, and be sure to talk to your vet about the switch to homemade meals and how it could affect your pup.

Now, onto 20 of our favorite homemade dog food recipes available online!

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1. A Meal for Your and Your Dog

Love cooking for your dog but never have the time? Rocky Kanaka from The CW’s SAVE our SHELTER, Dog's Day Out and founder of The Dog Bakery, has a solution.  This easy to make salmon meal for yourself can also be made for your dog.

This recipe is designed for those who want to eat healthy and want their dogs to eat healthy as well but are always on the go. This is also one of the most eco friendly recipes we have seen. Instead of tossing things we would usually not eat such as broccoli stems, the recipe uses these as a key part to the dog’s delicious meal.

This recipe also has a bonus tip on what to do with that salmon skin that is usually thrown in the trash. “I get asked a lot if salmon skin is okay for dogs. While it is not safe if consumed raw, due to unwanted parasites, cooking in the oven for 20 minutes to make a crunchy, healthy, limited ingredient, organic, high omega dog snack that may help with heart health and give them a great skin and coat is a big win!” says Rocky.

And there is more, when you cook for your dog you are more conscious of what you put in your body. For all of those reasons and more we give this recipe four paws up!

 Healthy meals are important for you and your dog but the best thing about this recipe from Rocky Kanaka is it allows you to take time out of your day to spend time with your family – two and four legged! Read on to find out how to do it or watch Rocky has he demonstrates!


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 salmon portions SKIN ON  (1 oz per 10 pounds of dog plus any amount you would like
  • 1 squash
  • 1 head of broccoli (with stem)
  • 3 potatoes (any kind)2 carrots

Directions: (for dog's meal)

  • Cut broccoli stem, peel carrots and cut squash. Keep the peelings as this is for your dog. Mix together and steam in rice cooker or bake in oven. Check out Rocky’s favorite rice cooker.
  • Air fry potato shavings after pouring in 1 table spoon olive oil in air fryer (or place in oven. 
  • Pan fry salmon in 1 table spoon olive oil with skin on. Start with skin side down on the pan at a medium temp. After flipping, pull off crisp salmon skin off both pieces of salmon and place in dog bowl.
  • Once everything is finished cooking mix all together in dog bowl. Chop to small bitesize for ease and a cleaner floor!

WARNING: Your dog will be very excited about this meal but it MUST COOL. Let it cool for 15-20 minutes.

Directions: (for the human meal)

  • Cut broccoli, carrots, squash and steam in rice cooker (or bake in oven. Rocky’s favorite rice cooker)
  • Slice potato chips with a slicer.  If you only have a knife, make french fries instead. Trying to cut thin potato chips by hand is not easy.
  • Air fry potato chips after pouring in 1 table spoon of olive oil in air fryer (or place in oven). Check out the air fryer that Rocky LOVES.
  • Pan fry salmon in 1 table spoon olive oil with skin on. Start with skin side down on the pan at a medium temp. After flipping pull off crisp salmon skin off both pieces of salmon and place in dog bowl.

 BONUS: Watch Rocky Kanaka’s video to see a bonus pro tip on what to do with Salmon skin that is usually discarded. Your dog will thank you! Check it out here:

Pro Tip: A healthy diet is the start to a happy healthy dog. Just as important is exercise. If you don't have time to walk your dog for at least 30 minutes per day consider a dog walker. I use to walk my dogs when I'm going to be busy all day. It's an easy to use app that allows you to hire dog walkers on the fly. But I highly recommend using a GPS tracker so you can see where your dog is every step of the way. I love the one from Whistle. The app is easy to use, and it's affordable.


Watch Dog's Day Out.





Rocky Kanaka

Rocky Kanaka is an Emmy nominated host and creator of The CW’s SAVE our SHELTER in addition to pet dad to multiple rescue dogs. Rocky also has a passion cooking and baking for dogs and is the founder of
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2. The Old Standard

We call this meal by Damn Delicious the “Old Standard” because it’s made up of ingredients you’ve likely seen in many a homemade dog meal - brown rice, turkey and veggies. It’s healthy, easy to make and inexpensive. This is also the perfect meal to make in large batches and then freeze as single servings you can thaw for days and days! Damn Delicious was started by Chungah, a foodie without any formal training who turned her passion into a popular website and cookbook. She lives in California with her Corgi Butters, who we think it’s safe to assume inspired her foray into dog food recipes.


  • 1 1/2 cups brown rice
  • 2 carrots, shredded
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 zucchini, shredded
  • 3 pounds ground turkey
  • 1/2 cup peas, canned or frozen
  • 3 cups baby spinach, chopped


  • In a large saucepan of 3 cups water, cook rice according to package instructions; set aside.
  • Heat olive oil in a large stockpot or Dutch oven over medium heat. Add ground turkey and cook until browned, about 3-5 minutes, making sure to crumble the turkey as it cooks.
  • Stir in spinach, carrots, zucchini, peas and brown rice until the spinach has wilted and the mixture is heated through, about 3-5 minutes.Let cool completely.


This recipe was created by Chungah, the creator of the blog Damn Delicious. She's a self-taught foodie who loves dogs.
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3. Scooby’s Stew

These colder nights have us dreaming about soups and stews, which lead us directly to this doggie style stew created by Happy and Yummy. The story of the stew begins the way a lot of homemade dog food recipes do - Happy and Yummy creator Michelle’s pup got sick and she had to get creative with her meal making in order to right their upset stomach. The bug might have gone away, but the kitchen bug remained, and now their pups (adorable Finnegan and Buford) often receive homemade meals whether they require it or not! Michelle knew she wanted to create something she could whip up once a week and serve all week (another common thread we found across our recipe digging) and settled on a stew that that only takes about 15 minutes of prep and then 5-8 hours in a slow cooker. She says it stays fresh in the fridge for a couple of days and thaws beautifully while she makes human food the other nights of the week. She hilariously writes, “Be warned that it smells really good, and once you make it the first time, the dogs will stalk the crock pot and leave piles of drool on the floor in front of it while it finishes cooking. I recommend a strategically placed washable rug to address this situation to keep you from stepping in a giant puddle.” The stew is named after the sweet pup she originally made it for, Scooby, who lost his battle with cancer over a year ago. We’re so glad he’s forever immortalized with this delicious stew, sharing some of his favorite ingredients with puppies far and wide!


  • 1 1/2 cups brown rice
  • 2 carrots, shredded
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 zucchini, shredded
  • 3 pounds ground turkey
  • 1/2 cup peas, canned or frozen
  • 3 cups baby spinach, chopped


  • Place ingredients in slow cooker in order listed, covering chicken completely with vegetables
  • Cook 5 hours on high or 8 hours on low
  • Remove from slow cooker, shred chicken and stir into rice and veggie mixture until evenly distributed.
  • Store covered in fridge for up to three days or freeze in single-serve portions.
  • Pro Tip: Mix in some bone broth powder into the stew. It is so healthy and dogs love the taste. Learn more about bone broth

Melissa Heller

Melissa Heller is the chef and author over at The kitchen is her happy place even when it comes to cooking for her two dogs Finnegan and Buford
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4. Beef & Veggie Crockpot Creation

We obviously love Damn Delicious and Chungah’s creations, as two of her recipes made our list! This crockpot version of her previous recipe includes veggies that hold up a bit better in the slow cooker. We also love that she used beef, a protein we saw used less often in other recipes available online. She advises that the veggies in this recipe can easily be swapped out with anything your dog prefers (just be sure it's something you know they can have!)


  • 2 1/2 pounds ground beef
  • 1 1/2 cups chopped butternut squash
  • 1 1/2 cups brown rice
  • 1 1/2 cups chopped carrots
  • 1 (15-ounce) can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
  • 1/2 cup peas, frozen or canned


  • Stir in ground beef, brown rice, kidney beans, butternut squash, carrots, peas and 4 cups water into a 6-qt slow cooker.
  • Cover and cook on low heat for 5-6 hours or high heat for 2-3 hours, stirring as needed.
  • Let cool completely.


This recipe was created by Chungah, the creator of the blog Damn Delicious. She's a self-taught foodie who loves dogs.
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5. Chicken & Veggie Slow Cooker

We had a lot of luck with excellent dog food recipes found on sites not specifically catered to dogs. This gem is courtesy of lifestyle blog Life in Pearls and Sports Bras (cute!), run by a PA and lover of DIY and health and fitness tips who goes by A. A provides another chicken and veggie slow cooker recipe, it’s true, but this time - with apples! Yep, you read that right. When A’s pup Aylah started having issues with diarrhea, she switched her to a high-grade mix of wet and dry food that was breaking the bank and not always appealing to her pooch anyhow. After consulting her dogs vet, she came up with this recipe, Aylah licked her bowl clean and neither have looked back! She also has a few alternative recipes on her blog if you like this one and are looking to spice it up. We love the inclusion of fruit here, which we didn’t see much in the recipes we found elsewhere.


  • 2 1/2-3 lbs boneless skinless chicken thighs and breasts
  • 2 c. frozen peas
  • 1 sweet potato, cubed
  • 1 large or 2 medium apples, cored and cubed (no seeds!!)
  • 2 carrots, sliced
  • 1 can of kidney beans, drained and rinsed
  • 2 c. frozen green beans
  • 2 tbsp olive oil


  • Place meat in the crockpot and add water so that it just covers the chicken. Then, add potato, carrots, kidney beans, green beans, and apple.
  • Cook on low for 8-9 hours, when it is about finished, add the frozen peas and cook for another 30 minutes.
  • When finished, drain off excess liquid, add olive oil, and stir to mash (or place in a food processor).
  • When cooled, scoop daily servings into individual ziploc bags and freeze. Each night, remove one bag from the freezer and place in the fridge to defrost overnight.


Blogger and Chef known simply as A, is a twenty-something fashionista with a career in medicine and a creative side. She writes about style, health, and beauty and decided to create her own dogfood recipe to make a completely natural food, that was less expensive than store bought food.
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6. Turkey & Veggie Mash

With this recipe, we switched to a new protein - turkey! The Skinny Ms. site is a full service site for all people looking to transform their health and wellness, and that extends to the lives of their pets. This mash is made with 100% natural, human-grade ingredients and the lean, ground turkey and nutrient rich veggies are sure to be a hit with your pup. We love the addition of Safflower oil here, which is added to help give shine to your dog's coat and provide needed fats for a healthy diet. It’s important to remember that when you consult your vet about making your own meals for your dog, that you ask about supplements that might work well for them as well, and anything else you might provide to be sure they’re receiving all the nutrients they need! This can differ a lot from dog to dog.


  • 2 pounds lean ground turkey
  • 1 cup cauliflower florets
  • 2 tablespoons raw turkey or chicken liver, finely diced or pureed
  • 1/2 zucchini, sliced
  • 2 medium carrots, coarsely chopped
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 cup broccoli florets


  • Add 1 1/2 cups water to a double boiler, place carrots in a steam basket over the pot and cover. Heat until boiling, reduce heat to a low boil and steam until carrots start to get tender, about 10 minutes. In the meantime, add the turkey and liver to a large skillet and cook on medium-high heat until done and there’s no more pink color. Drain off any fat and discard.
  • Add broccoli, cauliflower, and zucchini, and continue steaming until all vegetables are tender, but not mushy, about 6-8 minutes. Allow vegetables to cool slightly then either chop in a food processor use a knife. The size of the vegetables will depend on the consistency preferred. We usually pulse about three times in the food processor and get the vegetables to a finely chopped consistency, similar to canned dog food.
  • Add chopped vegetables to the turkey and liver, stir to combine. Add the olive oil and toss to combine with the turkey & veggie mixture. Allow to cool before dividing into freezer safe containers.
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7. Meatballs

Meatballs - how fun! We loved discovering recipes that felt close to actual human meals, or that were presented in an interesting and fun way. Sumika, the writer behind the Mrs. Pacman blog, created this recipe while searching for a way to please her then 11-year-old pup Maru, who had grown tired of her usual dry food diet. At first, she tried simply switching her to a wet food diet, but Maru had difficulty licking her mushy wet food up, which is where the idea for meatballs originally started. After that first meal, Maru and Sumika knew they’d found just the right solution! Beyond the meatball styling, this recipe is great for it’s use of pumpkin (a stool softener, important for any seniors) and oat bran (fiber, which helps with a healthy digestive system).


  • 10 lbs ground beef (lean)
  • 3 slices of bread, cubed small
  • 2 cups of oat bran
  • 4 eggs
  • 3 cans pumpkin puree
  • Some salt
  • 4 carrots, boiled/steamed and mashed
  • Flour
  • Leaves of 4 kale stalk chopped finely


  • Put all ingredients in a large bowl. Mix them all together and form them into any size of balls you'd like.
  • Dredge the balls lightly in the flour, shaking off any excess.
  • Put them in 400 degree oven until done. Bake time will depend on the size of your balls; usually mine only take about 25 min. (Mine are about the size of a muscadine or those donut holes)
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8. Raw Food Cakes

We fell head over heels for the blog of an artist named Maureen in Montana called Water Earth Wind Fire. Here, she houses recipes, DIY projects, poetry, photos and more! Contained in all that magic is a magical raw dog food recipe. Why do we think it’s magical? Well, Maureen created the recipe for her large breed dog Sam and the flat coated retriever lived to be 20 years old! Pretty impressive, and likely largely attributed to his healthy diet. She developed the diet with her holistic vet sister after observing what Sam loved to eat and doing a bit of her own research. The food cakes she came up with were a hit, and she now feeds the same diet to her new canine companion, Charlie. A bit more labor intensive than some of the other recipes, but positively chock full of amazing ingredients and a real dream meal for any dog. We’re happy to have found a raw recipe to share and are thankful to Sam for the inspiration!


  • 2 cups rice (brown or white)
  • Other fruit: peaches, pears, plums are all okay for dogs and nutritious.
  • 4 cups unsalted, no-onion chicken broth
  • 1# green beans (sometimes more.)
  • 2 large yams, steamed or baked (I use the microwave to make it quickly)
  • 1# snap peas, or whatever peas in the pod you have around
  • 2 cups pumpkin puree (in season)
  • 1# snap peas, or whatever peas in the pod you have around
  • 1 large bunch parsley
  • 12 eggshells or more (baked to dry, grind in small “coffee grinder”)**
  • 8 large carrots
  • 9 eggs, poached lightly then cooled
  • 1/4 head cabbage (optional — warning: ground up cabbage has a strong smell!)
  • 1 c. peanut butter (more or less — I use this as a binder & for protein)
  • 1 broccoli head
  • 2/3 cup nutritional yeast (lots of vitamins) or 1/3 cup dog multiple vitamin powder
  • 6 celery stalks
  • 1 cup flax meal (if you just have the seed, finely grind it in food processor)
  • 1 large zucchini and/or yellow summer squash (in season)
  • 1 cup raw pumpkin seeds or raw almonds (finely processor)
  • 4 large apples (more is good)
  • 2 cups rolled oats, optional (1/2 ground in food processor, 1/2 whole)
  • 1 # cranberries (in season, sometimes more)
  • 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 1 # blueberries (in season. These turn food gray. If it bothers you, skip blueberries)
  • 1/2 cup rose hips, dried and ground in coffee grinder


  • Cook rice in broth til done (the way you usually cook rice — I use a rice cooker) Then, let cool
  • Puree the yams in food processor, skin and all.
  • Finely chop or grind the fruits and vegetables in a food processor (the finer the more digestible.) I do one thing at a time in my Cuisinart and save time by NOT washing it out between ingredients. It doesn’t matter anyway since all of the ingredients get mixed together.
  • Put all of the ingredients into a very large bowl (I use a huge bread bowl my brother gave me over 20 years ago) Add the rest of the ingredients and stir well. (I use my hands to mix it — there is a lot here.)
  • Mix with your hands or a spoon til all the ingredients have been incorporated into a squishy, moist glop.
  • Put waxed paper or parchment paper on 2 large cookie sheets. Scoop out measured amounts of the mixture in “balls” or “cakes” and place on waxed paper close together. Freeze until hard. Put the cakes in airtight freezer bags and thaw as needed.

Maureen Shaughnessy

Maureen Shaughnessy a full time artist and co-owner of 1+1=1 Gallery in Helena, Montana. The diet she is sharing here is the very one she fed her dog who lived to be 20 years old!
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9. Chili

Chili, for a dog!? Yep, you read that right. We found this fun recipe over on BarkPost, where it seems to have been written by a six-year-old Bernese Mountain Dog named Shirley. Impressive skills, Shirley! Shirley had us from the first paragraph with this line, “I have a master’s degree in hiding people's’ shoes and socks + driving my two-legged sidekick Shell crazy. (That’s my mom.)” Ha! We love how different this recipe is, utilizing both cheese and pasta, not something you see often in dog food recipes. You’ll definitely want to do your research before trying this one out, and it shouldn’t be your go-to meal for your pup. But it’s the perfect meal to treat your pup with from time to time, and a fun meal to share with your pup, since you can easily make a side-by-side version for yourself.


  • 4 Carrots
  • 1 Can of tomato paste
  • 2 Tbsp Butter
  • Beef Broth (NO SALT)
  • 1 lb Ground Beef
  • Optional Can of Corn


  • First you need to boil the macaroni. In a frying pan, cook the beef.
  • Add butter, carrots, corn and tomato paste to your beef and cook for about 5 minutes.
  • Then add your beef mixture to your casserole dish, add your beef broth.
  • After that, put in oven at 350 degrees and cook for half an hour.

Shirley Girl

Shirley Girl is a 6-year-old Bernese Mountain Dog living, working, and playing in Mont-Tremblant. A former obedience school dropout, best friend, model, and blogger she created this recipe out of boredom of eating the same food everyday. She gets really hungryy when she gets to run around the forest with her 8 Bernese co-workers.
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10. Meat Cakes

We snatched this tasty recipe straight from All Recipes, an uber popular human recipe site that has a surprising number of homemade dog food recipes snuck in. This one comes from Shelly, who started looking for ways to cook for her four dogs after facing a bit of a dog food scare (recalls will do that to ya!) She says her favorite thing about the recipe is that, like the chili above, it can be consumed by humans as well! It’s a bit on the rich side to be an everyday meal, but is a perfect now and again treat meal for that special pooch in your life. The recipe is a hit on the site, with 42 reviews and nearly a five star rating! Users raved in the comments about how much their dogs loved the recipe, and many relayed how they adapted the recipe for their own tribe. We love recipe share sites like this, and are so happy to see dog recipes up in the mix!


  • 1 1/2 cups brown rice
  • Market Pantry Ground Beef 1-lb Pkg
  • 3 cups water
  • 8 eggs
  • 2 large potatoes, grated
  • 1 dash salt
  • 4 large carrots, grated
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 2 large celery stalks, chopped
  • 1 1/2 cups regular rolled oats


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (205 degrees C). Grease 36 cups of 3 large muffin tins.
  • In a medium saucepan, combine the rice with water. Bring to a boil over high heat, uncovered, and cook 10 minutes. Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer 20 minutes. Remove from heat, let cool several minutes, then fluff with a fork and set aside.
  • In a large bowl, combine the potatoes, carrots, celery, ground beef, and eggs. Mix ingredients together using your hands or a sturdy spoon. Add salt, olive oil, rolled oats, and rice; mix well.
  • Fill each muffin cup with some of the meat mixture, and pat down the to make it firm. Bake 45 minutes, or until surface feels set. Cool on a rack 10 minutes or longer.
  • Remove the meat cakes by turning the muffin tin upside down over a sheet of aluminum foil. Tap each muffin cup to release the cake. Refrigerate or freeze in sealed plastic bags.
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11. Meatloaf

From meat cakes to meatloaf! This recipe comes to us courtesy of Amy Tokic’s pet website Pet Guide, where she reviews pet products, gives tips and advice and blogs about dog health and insurance. She also, from time to time, posts dog food recipes! We love this meatloaf recipe for it’s creativity and beautiful presentation. It looks good enough for us to eat. We love comfort food during the fall and winter months, and we know our dogs won’t mind chowing down on something heavy and wholesome too. Amy offers this up to her pup Oscar around every four days, splicing his diet up with less rich fare on the other days. Amy is always looking for new recipes to try out and feature on her blog, so if you’ve got one to share, hop over and fill out her contact form.


  • 1 lbs. lean ground beef
  • 1 ½ cups grated mixed vegetables (use your dog’s favorite veggies – Amy used broccoli, carrots and apple)
  • 2 eggs
  • ½ cup cottage cheese
  • 1 ½ cups rolled oats


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Hand-mix all ingredients in a bowl until combined thoroughly. Press evenly into a loaf pan.
  • Bake for 40 minutes.
  • Refrigerate or freeze in slices for easy serving.

Amy Tokic

Amy Tokic, Editor of, is a passionate animal lover and proud pet parent of Oscar, a Shih Tzu/Chihuahua cross. She writes about her adventures in pet ownership and tirelessly researches products, news and health related issues she can share with other animal enthusiasts. In her free time, Amy loves perusing used book and record stores, obsessing over the latest pet products available and chasing squirrels with wild abandon (a habit attributed to spending too much time with Oscar).
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12. Dinner Layer Cake

When it comes to food, the word “cake” will definitely get our attention. Wag the Dog UK is a blog run by Maggie the Beagle (her “peep” helps out from time to time, wink wink) where she shares stories of her travels, tips and a few recipes too. We fell hard for this savory cake recipe, which looks gorgeous but is easy and cheap to make. We think it’s the perfect thing to whip up for a doggie birthday party! Like chicken pot pie without the crust, you’ll be drooling over this one yourself. If you like the recipe, check out Maggie and Trina’s other recipes on their blog!


  • 1 kg (2.2 lbs) Chicken
  • 1 medium Apple
  • 1/2 cup of carrots
  • 1 Egg shell and all
  • 1/2 cup of peas
  • 1 cup of Brown rice
  • 1/2 cup of sweet corn


  • Preheat oven to 170º C
  • Pop the chopped carrots, peas, and sweetcorn in a pot to cook and soften.
  • Peel and chop apple into small pieces
  • Minced the chicken in a food processor (or just buy it already minced)
  • Cook brown rice according to package
  • Mush vegetable mix
  • Pulverize a whole egg so that shell is totally crushed.
  • Blend chopped apple, egg and chicken together in a mixing bowl
  • Mix vegetable melee and rice together in bowl


  • Grease a cake pan or line with baking paper.
  • Take 1/2 of chicken mixture and place in bottom of cake pan.
  • Take about 2/3 of the veggie and rice mix and place on top of chicken base
  • use the rest of chicken mixture and place on top of the veggie and rice mix
  • Top up the cake with the last of the veggie mixture
  • Pop it into your pre-heated oven and cook for 35 minutes or until juices run clear
  • Let cool and then remove from pan and slice a piece of posh chicken heaven for your dog.

Trina Cooper

An expert on traveling with a pet, Trina has brought her beagle Maggie to the UK, Switzerland, Hong Kong, and all over the United States and other European cities. Her successful blog Wag The Dog UK features advice, tips and stories from how to take your dog abroad, pet care, and recipes for home cooked dog food.
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13. Crunchy Kibble

The makers of The Knot and The Bump created The Nest, a blog helping new couples navigate their new life and it's chock full of home, food and relationship content. Which, lucky for us, extends to dog food recipes like this divine crunchy kibble recipe. This recipe is perfect for the pup who just so happens to love their standard dry food and for whom you’d just like to fancy-up the old standby. Herbs and spices may also be added to your dog's kibble, as long as they are not considered toxic to your dog (such as onions or garlic). This is a perfect first recipe to try if you’d like to dip your toe into making at home meals but don’t want to go too over the top and would rather ramp up to the meats and veggies seen throughout the rest of the recipes featured here.


  • 6 cups of flour -- white, whole wheat or oat
  • 3 large eggs or four medium eggs
  • 1 cup of powdered milk
  • 1/3 cup baking oil
  • 2 mixing bowls
  • 2-1/2 cups of milk, broth or water
  • 2 wooden spoons


  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Spray a cookie sheet with a light coating of baking spray and set it aside.
  • Pour the flour and powdered milk into a mixing bowl. Stir with a wooden spoon to combine the ingredients and set the bowl aside.
  • Mix the eggs, baking oil and liquid choice in the second mixing bowl with a wooden spoon until the ingredients are thoroughly combined.
  • Combine the dry ingredients with the wet ingredients and mix into a thick, moist dough, similar to bread. Add any additional ingredients that you wish to mix in, such as the cheese, shredded meat, pureed fruits or vegetables. If the dough is too dry, add some additional liquid; if it is too wet, add some additional flour to get a smooth consistency.
  • Use the wooden spoon to spread the kibble dough onto the greased cookie sheet until it is approximately one-half inch thick. Place the tray in the oven.
  • Bake the dog food for approximately 45 minutes until Trit is brown and firm to the touch. Pull the cookie sheet from the oven and allow to cool.
  • Remove the baked "cookie" from the tray and break it into bite-sized pieces for your dog. Store the crunchy dog food in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
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14. Spinach and Salmon Scramble

Fish oils are excellent for pups, and surprisingly it was tough to find many recipes that incorporated fish in their ingredient list. That’s why we were pumped to find this spinach and salmon recipe! This yummy dish from Rachael Ray is another dish you can share with your canine companion, as the meal works perfectly well for their human counterparts. Dinner for two, coming right up!


  • 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)
  • 1/2 can skinless, boneless salmon (3 ounces), drained
  • 1/2 cup frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained
  • 2 eggs


  • In a small nonstick skillet, heat the EVOO over medium heat.
  • Add the spinach and salmon and cook until heated through.
  • Add the eggs and stir continuously until cooked through, about 2 minutes.
  • Let cool slightly and serve in a dog bowl.

Andrew Kaplan

Andrew Kaplan is Director of Special Projects at Rachael Ray. Andrew went through both culinary school and the hospitality program at Florida International University. He then worked in the hospitality industry in Miami and under Lee Schrager at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, which led to his current role with Rachael Ray and her Yum-O! Organization.
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15. Vegan Happy Dog Bowl

Vegans and veggos rejoice, we’ve uncovered the perfect vegan meal to whip up for fido! This beautiful dish comes courtesy of VegAnnie, a blog run by Annie, a holistic health coach and PhD student in Austin. She shares several vegan dog food recipes on her site, but her happy dog bowl is by far our favorite, and it’s not just because the name screams pure joy! We love the wholesome ingredients, ease of cooking and the fact that it’s a favorite of Annie’s dog Ginger. Annie notes that switching her pup to a vegan diet has helped with her digestion, but it’s always best to use trial and error and talk with your vet to determine what’s best for your pup. Either way, using a vegan diet from time to time certainly can’t hurt! And with a 64 cent cost of serving, it won’t hurt your bank account either.


  • 1 large sweet potato
  • 1 can (15 ounces) black beans, drained and rinsed
  • 2/3 cups uncooked brown rice + 1 1/3 cup water (yields 2 cups cooked)
  • 6 kale leaf stems, broken into 1 inch pieces


  • Preheat oven to 400F.
  • Line baking sheet with tin foil.
  • Pierce sweet potato with a fork multiple times around the sweet potato.
  • Place on baking sheet and bake for one hour.
  • While sweet potato is baking, cook rice: Bring rice and water to a boil in stockpot. Lower temperature and simmer, covered, for about 45 minutes.
  • Chop sweet potatoes into small pieces when cooled.
  • Combine rice, beans, sweet potatoes, and kale stems and separate into 3 equal servings.
  • Serve your pup this delicious and nutritious meal and see how much they love it!


Annie is a Holistic Health Coach and PhD Student at UT Austin who loves creating and sharing simple plant-based recipes for both humans and pets!
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16. Kale & Quinoa Creation

We won’t lie - we’re obsessed with Pretty Fluffy, a lifestyle site for dogs created by fluffy dog owner and lover Serena. Here you’ll find everything from the most wanted new products, chic DIY projects, pet-friendly home tours, product reviews and behind the scenes glimpses into your favorite pet brands. Serena has created many homemade meals for her dog Soda (lucky pooch!) and this kale and quinoa creation is a favorite for it’s ease of making and for how excited Soda gets every time the bowl comes down with this stuffed inside. Bon appétit!

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Serena Faber Nelson

Serena Faber Nelson is a writer, television producer and fluffy dog owner. In 2010 Serena created Pretty Fluffy as a place where dedicated dog owners could find stylish products, modern advice, and inspiration for living well with their pets.
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17. Chicken Rice Balls

A blog called Mommy? I’m Hungry! - how could we resist? Created by mommy of three Rachelle, the gluten free blogger shares recipes she whips up for her family, including a few she’s created especially for the family dog Winks. She writes, “Having a dog hasn't always been in our family future, I am more of a cat person, so I thought. We always told the kids they can have a dog when they're grown. Well, that all changed one day at the kid's race banquet when our friends brought one of their fosters with them to hang out. His name is Winks. He's a mix chihuahua (we think Chipuggle) and he's had eye trauma sometime before in his short 2 years so he only has use of his right eye, thus he's called Winks. We decided to try out the 2 week foster to adopt with him. We loved him from the get go as well as he loved us! So he became ours.” There’s nothing we love as much as a happy ending, but a beautiful dog food recipe comes close. These chicken rice balls are gorgeous and full of so many things pups love - chicken, sweet potatoes and eggs. Yum!


  • 4-5 C. cooked brown rice
  • 16 oz frozen peas
  • 2 plain whole chickens, about 4 lbs each
  • 2 small bunches fresh parsley leaves
  • 2 medium orange sweet potatoes (yams), chopped
  • 2 small-medium bunches kale, stems removed
  • 8 whole carrots, chopped
  • 8 eggs


  • Roast chicken in 350' oven for about 1 hour 25 minutes or until juices run clear. As chickens are roasting, cook the rice (4 C. water & 2 C. rice) and let cool.
  • Peel and chop yams, and carrots, add to a large stock pot with about 1/2 cup water. Add in peas, kale and apple. Allow to boil then simmer until carrots and yams are tender, about 30 minutes. Transfer with a slotted spoon to remove any liquid to a food processor, add fresh parsley and pulse until pureed.
  • Cook scrambled eggs, plain.
  • Cool chicken, then pick apart and add meat to a large stand mixer. On medium speed, mix until chicken is shredded. Add in cooled rice, veggie puree and eggs . Using an ice cream scooper, scoop out portions onto a lined baking sheet. Flash freeze then place portions in a freezer safe container/baggie.
  • To use, keep a day or two worth in your fridge to thaw. I microwave thawed portions for 22 seconds, frozen for about 45 seconds. Feed to your furry baby.

Rachelle Shockey

Wife, mom and blogger of Mommy? I'm Hungry! Rachelle enjoys blogging about food recipes for people and pets.
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18. Food Pucks

Holistic Nutritionist + keto enthusiast Leanne runs Healthful Pursuit, a women’s website aimed at recipes and meal plans to help the busy lady keep her diet (and therefore life) on track in a healthy way. She recently added this dog food recipe, creating food pucks that are packed with nutrition for pups and are easy to eat and dethaw. These raw food pucks use much of the food scraps you would normally throw away, saving you money and improving your dog’s health. She knew she wanted to try out making raw food for her two pups, but didn’t want to shell out the $7 per meal for the premade stuff. Her pup Pebbles was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in May, which catapulted her original slight interest in feeding the dogs a raw food diet to an all out obsession in figuring out how to make raw dog food happen for the least amount of money. That same week, she spent oodles of hours formulating the perfect homemade dog food for both of them. Lexy is 50 pounds and Pebbles is 5 pounds. So already, there had to be a drastic difference in the food she made for each of them. Combined with Pebbles’ thyroid condition, she set to work and created this gorgeous recipe that works for both pups. While you can do this 100% raw, after chatting with a couple of vets about it, she developed a 50/50 raw to cooked formula. Raw where it counts, cooked where it benefits them and their little bodies! Her little ones have been on this food for 6 months and have visited the vet for bloodwork and Pebble’s thyroid is now within normal range again, both of them are energetic, their dry skin has vanished and they have perfectly formed bowel movements twice a day. Score!


Raw Base Recipe
  • 3 cups raw grass-fed beef
  • ½ cup coconut oil or grass-fed tallow
  • 6 eggs, whole (you use the shell, too!)
  • Dog multiple vitamin powder
  • ½ teaspoon grey sea salt
Cooked Base Recipe
  • 1 cup bone broth
  • ¾ cup ground flax seed, pumpkin seed or hemp meal
  • 1 (300 gram) sweet potato
  • 6 chicken livers or 2 calf livers
  • 2 apples, seeds completely removed

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Leanne Vogel

Leanne. is an ultra passionate Holistic Nutritionist and food blogger in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who has two dogs, a 9 year old German Shepherd Border Collie Cross whose loyalty runs deep. And Pebbles, a 6 year old Pomeranian with an attitude that just won’t quit. She was inspired to create this recipe because she knew she wanted to feed her dogs raw, but didn't want to pay $7 per service twice a day, per dog that the pet store was offering.
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19. Woof Loaf

This recipe comes from Popsugar, the popular lifestyle site. Just take one look at the photos of this doggie approved woof loaf and see why we fell in love - divine! Not that you need worry to much about presentation, yours is for eating not photographing, after all. Loafs are a great way to ensure ease of making while stockpiling a large amount of food for the week and turkey and veggies with eggs and oats are a great combo for most canine pals.


  • 1 pound lean ground turkey
  • 1/2 cup oats
  • 1/2 cup chopped carrots
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup peas
  • 3 hard-boiled eggs


  • Preheat your oven to 350ºF. In a bowl, mix together the lean ground turkey, chopped carrots, and peas. Both are healthy for cats and dogs, giving them the nutrition they need for strong eyes and good digestion.
  • Add the oats and eggs. Mix until the loaf mixture comes together. Oats help your pet's coat shine, and eggs offer extra protein. Lightly grease a loaf pan with olive oil and then add half the mixture to the pan.
  • Place the three hard-boiled eggs along the center of the loaf and then cover with the other half of the ground turkey mixture. Pop in the oven and bake for 45 minutes.
  • Cut a half-inch slice from the cooled loaf and offer it to your pet. He'll be woofing for seconds! If feeding a slice to your feline, it's a good idea to chop it up before adding it to her feeding dish.
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20. Mini Omelettes

Calling all breakfast for dinner lovers! Pawsh Magazine is a philosophy site about celebrating a life lived well with dogs. For four years it produced 10 stunning volumes in a traditional magazine format and in 2014 Pawsh changed its format to serve as a beautiful blog catering the same top-notch dog-loving content in a more convenient digital package for readers. Today Pawsh is a lively blog that is read worldwide. Basically they gush about dogs on a daily basis. Pretty nice, right? We’re loving this egg-centric recipe, a three ingredient dish that is a wonderful source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids for both you and your dog — and it takes only ten minutes to prepare! This healthy recipe is incredibly easy to make and can be whipped up at a moment’s notice. It is also incredibly versatile — not a fan of green pepper? Simply replace it with tomato instead, or broccoli or shaved smoked ham. Whatever your little pupster loves to gobble up! The egg offers your pup a wonderful protein boost, but just be sure that the egg is cooked all the way through as uncooked eggs can cause an upset stomach for canines. This recipe also makes tasty bite-sized treats if you cut it into smaller sizes once cooled.


  • 2 organic eggs
  • green pepper, diced
  • smoked salmon, thinly sliced
  • 1 oven-safe ramekin


  • Lightly grease ramekin with a small drizzle of olive oil. Crack eggs directly into ramekin.
  • Stir thoroughly with a fork until combined.
  • Bake at 350 F for 10 to 12 minutes or until browned on top and cooked completely.
  • Allow to cool and serve.

Laura Benn

Laura is the founder and editor of Pawsh, an online magazine devoted to celebrating a dog-friendly lifestyle. They publish heart-melting photographs of animals and write about a life lived well with dogs
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BONUS! Chicken Casserole

“Homemade pet foods are less likely to lose nutrients by cooking methods. Since the food is cooked in small batches, they are cooked in less heat and water and so they also lose lesser nutrients during the cooking process. Compared to commercial food preparation, home cooking also makes use of lesser heat whereas industrial grade commercial cooking use extremely high temperatures.” This helpful info comes from Dogsaholic, a fun and informative blog that covers all things dogs. There’s a lot to learn here! “There is also lesser stand-by time for the food before it is served to your pet so nutrients which are lost through light or air-exposure are better preserved. If you are also going to judge by the look and texture of homemade versus commercially bought dog food, you will notice the difference – commercial dog food does not resemble any normal food at all. Homemade dog food does not contain preservatives. This is perhaps one of the most valuable health aspects of making your pet’s food at home. The only way you can lengthen the shelf life of homemade food is by storing it in the freezer, which does not pose any serious health risks for your pet unless you serve the food frozen. You will definitely give a large chance for your pet to gain better health if you serve foods that are not contaminated with these toxic chemicals.” Dogsaholic posted a whole slew of their favorite homemade recipes, but we nabbed this chicken casserole as a personal favorite.


  • 2 chicken breasts
  • 2 cups chicken broth
  • 1 cup chopped vegetables (carrots, green beans, potatoes, broccoli)
  • Oil for frying
  • ¼ cup rolled oats


  • Start by chopping the chicken breasts into bite size pieces and sauté them in oil until cooked.
  • Add the chicken broth, rolled oats, and chopped vegetables in the pan and simmer from 10 to 15 minutes.

Anna Smith

Anna Smith resides in beautiful Santa Monica, CA, where she works as a Pet Nutrition Expert in a leading retail pet store. She is responsible for nutritional strategies for different breeds and development of new products on the market in compliance with Association of American Feed Control Officials. Annas passions are education about proven methods and best practices in the industry and her dog Max, who is always well-fed.


So there you have it! Twenty homemade, dog food recipes straight from dog loving owners around the web. We hope you’ve found a few that speak to you and your pup, and that you’re excited to get in the kitchen and start cooking! We can’t wait to hear how it goes, and to get your advice on making homemade dog food. In the comments below, be sure to leave tips and tricks, and of course include your own tried-and-true recipes that you’ve found or come up with yourself. Together, we can make mealtime a lot more pleasurable for our favorite furry friends.
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  • Angel says...

    What can i use instead of rice for a grain free diet ?? My dogs cant have any grains.. Thank you !

    On January 14, 2018

  • Angel says...

    Also i read spinach is not good for dogs. Says it contains oxalic acid, which blocks the body’s ability to absorb calcium and can lead to kidney damage. Dont dogs need calcium for a healthy diet ? Not sure if true or not but id rather go with greens beans to be safe.
    Also was wondering if thats enough nutrients for dog or if i need to add supplement powder into the food ? Thanks in advance !!

    On January 14, 2018

  • Angel says...

    What can i use in place of grains (rice) my dogs need a grain free diet and im not sure what to use instead of rice ? Awesome recipes cant wait to start giving them a homemade dog food diet.

    On January 14, 2018

  • Debby says...

    Which is best, brown or white rice?

    On January 14, 2018

  • HANNA says...

    Thank you for all these recipes. I will definitely try each of them for my three doggies Sally 4 year old Maltese Fenny 8 year old Maltese she is likes only human food and Mia 16 1/2 year old tea cup poodle .

    On January 13, 2018

  • Jan says...

    All these recipes look great and healthy but seem to be for larger dogs. How can I make them for my small dog and scale down the recipe so I don’t have a lot of dog food? (12 pound Shih Tzu/Terrior mix or can I make them and freeze them for later use so she can have a variety? Thank you.

    On January 07, 2018

  • Deborah says...

    Check out Dr. Harvey’s pre-mix foods for making homemade meals for your pets. I used to do homemade from scratch, but it is time-consuming, messy and I never knew how much to feed. With Dr. Harvey’s you get all the good ingredients in dehydrated form so all you have to do is re-hydrate and add protein and oil. Much faster and there are feeding guidelines to help you figure out the amount to feed. (I am not affiliated with Dr. Harvey’s in any way other than as a customer of many years.)

    On January 01, 2018

  • Jim Brown says...

    We have 5 dogs, but for the last few weeks our Rat Terrier has been throwing up (especially at night) – very distressing. We decided to try making some “simple” homemade" dog food with just rice, chicken and a few veggies….he loved it and has stopped throwing up, at least for the last few days, we’re hopeful we can switch all out dogs to homemade food….love your site!

    Jim Brown

    On December 31, 2017

  • Brandon Scholz says...

    I’ve read eggs should be given in mix 2-3 times/week. Many of your recipes have eggs. Safe to feed these every day? Which way do I go with the eggs?

    On December 28, 2017

  • Denice says...

    My little pup has a tender tummy, and gets stressed easily. I am anxious to try some of these recipes to see if that helps her little belly woes.

    On December 26, 2017

  • Sharon says...

    My 5 year old pug has always been sensitive to a lot of food. I tried grain free, poultry free (although I realized most dog food is supplemented with “chicken something”. I finally decided to make my own. I only cook the meat in it and the rest is uncooked vegetables (zucchini peeled, carrots peeled, peas or fresh green beans, celery). I am going to try adding spinach, now that I see these recipes but I wonder about fiber, She seems to process food well; no constipation or diahrrea. I tried olive oil, but she still scratches and licks. What else might I add to help moisturize her coat? I use ground chuck most of the time and include some meat drippings to her food. I have also used salmon on occasion, I make a large batch and put into small (about half cup) storage containers. I freeze these and pull out a few at a time to defrost. I feed Izzy one of these twice a day with an occasional half container as a mid day treat. She thinks she gets treats every time she eats. The vet loves that she lost weight when I started this and now maintains 22lbs. I tell pet owners all the time that making food is better; you know what is in it and if you make a large batch and freeze small container, even pet sitters can feed them while you’re away (I have done that).

    On November 26, 2017

  • Craig says...

    I made the meatloaf for my Bichon,I replaced peas instead of spinach,and she loved it,and she can be quite fussy,so thumbs up from me !

    On November 17, 2017

  • Helen Lewis says...

    I have a Teacup Chihuahua 6 yrs. old he’s gotten to the point where he is very picky about his food I try every thing on the market & he just picks at it I throw more out then he eats so I’m going to try making his food myself, hope it works as I’m at the end of my rope wish me luck, thanks for all the great recipes, if he don’t like it maybe I will, LOL

    On November 11, 2017

  • Kelsie says...

    I noticed that there is a vegan recipe on here…please do not feed your dog a vegan diet! Dogs are carnivorous, thus they need meat in their diet. Otherwsie, these are very lovely recipes :)

    On November 08, 2017

  • Barbara Roberts says...

    If you have a hunter in the family, or know one, ask for some game birds, fowl and venison. All terrifice for your dogs!

    On November 05, 2017

  • Vanessa says...

    Can you make these for yourself some of them sound good ???

    On October 26, 2017

  • Sandra says...

    I was desperate, because my 2 dogs (Snoopy, a 3 year old ‘Jackawawa’, and Bobbie, Snoopy’s son with a Yorkshire Terrier, 1 1/2 year old,) had always been very fussy eaters and by giving them food from our plates frequently, we were making it worse, but we did that because I was going crazy buying every brand of dog food, dry and wet, mixed, ‘enhanced’ with some human food, or not; they would not eat it, but only after one or 2 days when they were very hungry and without hopes of anything else to eat. I just wanted ‘normal’ dogs who would eat their food, so yesterday I searched and found you here. Today I cooked my version of what I saw here: brown rice, mince beef, apple, potato, carrot, spinach, coconut oil, celery and 2 strips of unsmoked bacon, a little water, cooked it in low heat, cooled it and for the first time my dogs devoured it and left only clean plates!!! I can’t believe it and it felt so satisfying to know they had a proper meal, made by me, also cheap!!! Thanks a lot!!! (my own children don’t eat my home cooked food, but now at least my dogs do!!!)

    On October 13, 2017

  • Neela says...

    Hi :)
    I don’t see any portion servings for any of these. I just rescued a 45lb boxer mix and want to cook her meals. My last fur son who I had for 15 years passed five days ago from lymphoma. I don’t want to chance anything with her new girl. I am new at this so I have no idea how much to feed her of home cooked food per meal?

    On October 01, 2017

  • Horatio says...

    Some amazing recipes that I will try on my very fussy but lovely cocker spaniel. ??

    On September 18, 2017

  • Petals says...

    And I thought dogs were carnivores!! Is there such a thing as too much protein for a dog? I have a 6.5 # Morkie Puppy, 9 months old. I have used sardines, salmon, lamb, hamburger or chicken, each mixed in separate batches with hard cooked eggs with shells, either rice or oatmeal, cold pressed olive oil, to which I add some kelp meal and powdered calcium. I have read that dogs can’t digest veggies. Are these recipes proven?

    On September 01, 2017

  • Rosemary Richards says...

    I’ve been reading and they say that raw egg whites can make a dog biotin deficient.Also don’t see alot of organ meats on your site. From what I’ve been reading they need them for a balanced diet. At least thrown some in at least once a week.

    On August 26, 2017

  • Lynn Brown says...

    Thank you so much for posting these awesome recipes. I have a 16 and 17 year old dog and I am trying to give them healthy foods that might enhance their lives!

    On August 11, 2017

  • Rose Pilgrim says...

    I want to try these for aging pet but is there something we can buy in a pinch for dogsitters to feed while we are gone? I want grain free possibly but healthy.PS Is there anything natural to be done forincontinence in 14 yr old female? thank you Rose Pilgrim

    On August 04, 2017

  • Peta says...

    …oh, I forgot to add, even in their cooked meals, I usually mix in raw chopped or minced meat and raw eggs (shells and all crushed). I also throw in tofu sometimes instead of cottage cheese, sow or milk thistle (which is fabulous for their livers and ours), and cider vinegar, or alternatively lemon juice… bye again :)

    On July 22, 2017

  • Peta says...

    I’ve been cooking for my dogs ever since one of them had a serious liver problem and we nearly lost him. I researched a lot and both dogs are now over 11 years old and never been healthier. It’s also kept them at the right weight when previously my boy was overweight. I’m thrilled to find these recipes to add to my existing repertoire :) But one thing I do is every say 3rd day or so, I just give them meaty bones, so that they’re not constantly eating cooked food and to keep their calcium levels strong and their teeth and bones. Love this site – and thanks for the recipes, Peta

    On July 22, 2017

  • Diane says...

    the meatloaf sounds like what I had been fixing for years but now my Bichon cannot have spinach any longer. Crystals in her urine. They loved it. Pumpkin or yams and egg in there too.

    On July 12, 2017

  • Gennie says...

    I have too babies.One of them is allergic to carrots, rice, potatoes, peas and corn & yeast. I see that mostly all the recipes have these ingredients. Anyway I think I will try using different veggies that will do.
    Thank you for the wonderful tips.

    On July 11, 2017

  • Dolores Henson says...

    I subscribed for my dog to get a birthday present.. but I have 5 dogs

    On July 11, 2017

  • Kimberly says...

    I also am curious if these are balanced. Is there enough calcium and fats in these recipes?

    On June 22, 2017

  • Jennifer says...

    I am very happy to have found these recipes. I have an old dog that is refusing to eat her food but drools over what we are eating. I made the first recipe with the ground turkey and she gobbled it up. We were afraid that it was the end for her when she stopped eating. Thanks for taking the time.

    On June 16, 2017

  • Jennifer says...

    Hi – I was reading on another website that dogs can’t process brown rice and that white should be used instead. Is this correct? I see brown rice listed in your recipes so am wondering which is best (just starting out so am gathering as much info as possible). Thank you!

    On June 10, 2017

  • Eileen says...

    I’m so excited to start making food for my baby! Two questions: Do these recipes contain enough calcium (I’ve heard one of the dangers of making dog food is the lack of calcium)? Also, can all of these recipes be frozen? Thanks so much.

    On June 09, 2017

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    On March 31, 2017

  • Amelie says...

    This is so awesome! I love doing things for my pup at home in the kitchen so I will definitely be giving some of these a try. Thanks for the post!

    On March 31, 2017

  • Kelly says...

    Can’t wait to try some of these :)

    On March 31, 2017

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