Dogs4sale The One Stop Site For Information About Dogs
View Dog Breeds, Puppies  & Dogs for Sale List of Dogs to be Rehomed & Rescue Organisations Lost & Found, Classifieds, Current dogs4sale News Dog Transport needs made easier. List of Kennels and Grooming facilities for your pet. Details on how to advertise on this website
Details on Agility, Obedience, Books, DVDs & Other Information List of Clubs & Organisations Places to Stay with your Dogs Were to find Dog Products. List of Vets and Natural Therapys Members Details on how to update your Information

Dog Recipes - Meals

These doggie dinners can make up the 1/3 soft matter of your dogs meal. The other 2/3 rds of the meal should be made up of meaty bones,(chicken carcasses, chicken wings or necks).
Refer back to Basic Diet for further details.

  • Potatoes La Canine
  • Meat Casserole
  • Veggie Casserole
  • Microwave Minced Lamb with Pasta, Carrot & Parsley
  • Mince, Veggie & Rice
  • Doggie Quiche
  • Beef or Chicken Casserole
  • Yuppie Doggie Dinner
  • Mint Rice Hamburger
  • Pasta Supreme
  • Dog Easy Meal
  • Akita Style Fish & Rice
  • Tuna & Egg
  •  

    Potatoes La Canine

    3 cups
    - Boiled sliced potatoes
    2 TB - Grated vegetables
    1/2 cup - Creamed cottage cheese
    1 tb - Nutritional Yeast
    2 tb - Grated carrots
    1/4 cup - Whole milk
    1/4 cup - Grated cheese

    Layer in a casserole dish the first 5 ingredients.
    Then pour the milk on top of all; sprinkle with cheese.
    Bake about 15 minutes at 175 degrees or until cheese melts and slightly browns.
    Serve cool.
    Notes: As a potato substitute, you can use 3 cups of cooked oatmeal or 3 cups cooked brown rice.

    return to top

    Meat Casserole

    500gms of any meat
    1 carrot finely chopped
    1 small potato finely chopped
    1 stick celery finely chopped
    1/2 cup sliced green beans (stringless)
    1 tbsn Gravox

    Place all ingredients into a large casserole dish.
    Cover with water and mix.
    Place lid on casserole. Microwave on High for 10 minutes and then Medium for 10 minutes.
    This should be cooked at least an hour before feeding so that it is well cooled.

    return to top

    Veggie Casserole

    8 cups oats (cooked)
    2 cups brown rice (cooked)
    6 cups barley (cooked)
    1 kg carrots finely grated
    6 zucchini grated or 500 gms. Green beans chopped
    1/2 bunch parsley, chopped
    4-5 cloves garlic, minced

    Combine all ingredients in a pot or bowl.
    Shape into handful sized balls.
    Wrap and freeze if needed.
    This recipe can be easily scaled down for smaller batches.

    return to top

    Beef or Chicken Casserole

    This is a bulk recipe for those with more than one dog who want to feed well balanced home cooked food.

    Approx. 2 1/2 kg of ground beef or chicken
    3/4 cup canola oil
    4-5 cloves garlic
    32 cups water
    8-10 cups veggies (various) - grated or blended.
    (Carrots, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, bean sprouts, potatoes, sweet potatoes, red peppers, spinach, beets, lettuce, tomatoes, etc.)
    NO ONIONS (not good for dogs)
    2-3 cans kidney beans or dried beans which have been soaked then cooked.
    1/2 molasses (optional)
    1 kg oatmeal (quick cooking oats)
    eggs can be added to boost protein

    In a large pot brown ground meat, add canola oil and garlic.
    When well cooked, add water.
    Bring to boil, then add veggies that have been grated or blended.
    Add kidney beans and the oatmeal next.
    Frequent stirring is necessary.
    Remove from heat, cool and put into containers.
    Can be frozen

    return to top

    Yuppie Doggie Dinner

    olive oil
    sesame oil
    1 potato, peeled and finely chopped
    3-4 button mushrooms, cut into quarters or sliced
    50g cooked whole grain rice
    50g canned sweet corn
    75 g cooked chicken, in strips or chunks
    2 tbsp plain yogurt

    Heat the oil, throw in the potato pieces, and sauté until translucent.
    Add the mushrooms, and keep stirring while adding the rice and the sweet corn.
    Next add the chicken, stirring a little longer; reduce the heat to low.
    Keep stirring for a further 2-3 minutes.
    Lastly stir in the yogurt, reduce the heat to very low.
    Continue to stir for 1 more minute.
    Cover and leave for 5 minutes, lifting off the lid and stirring briefly every minute or so.
    Allow to cool completely.
    Sprinkle sesame oil on top of food (optional).

    return to top

    Microwave Minced Lamb with Pasta, Carrot & Parsley

    1-1.5 kg of lean lamb mince (can use veal, chicken, beef or hamburger (lean) or combination)
    1 bag of vermicelli egg noodles
    250 g grated carrot
    1/2 a bunch of parsley
    1-2 cloves of garlic finely chopped or crushed
    250 mls lactose-free milk (not Soya) or water to make a veggie puree
    1/2 cup Wheat-Bix

    Puree the carrot and parsley with milk or water.
    Boil some water to cook the egg noodles in.
    Put the mince into a covered microwave-safe dish large enough to hold all these ingredients and mix in the garlic.
    Cook on high for 2 minutes then remove and stir.
    Cook a further 1 minute and stir - repeat this process until meat is cooked evenly (approx. 8 minutes total).
    Break up egg noodles (easier to do this before cooked!) and cook for 3 minutes, then drain.
    While you are cooking the noodles, add Wheat-Bix to the cooked mince and mix well. It will absorb any liquid from the meat.
    Add the drained noodles to the meat mixture and mix well - if you think it needs more cooking do so now, before adding the pureed vegetables.
    Mix in the pureed vegetables.
    Divide into portions and freeze until needed.

    return to top

    Mint Rice Hamburger

    5 cups
    of uncooked rice
    10 cups of water
    1 kg low fat hamburger mince
    5 tbs dried mint

    Bring rice to a boil.
    Add hamburger mince and mint.
    Bring back to boil. Mix well.
    Reduce heat to low.
    Cook until all water is absorbed.
    Good for bad breath.

    return to top

    Pasta Supreme

    This is a bulk recipe for those with more than one dog who want to feed well balanced home cooked food.

    1 kg pasta (The larger shapes are best)
    1 kg brown rice
    1 kg Cottage cheese
    2 kg chicken leg quarters
    500 g chicken liver
    500 g Mixed veggies
    Garlic Italian seasoning

    Place liver and rice in pot with 2-3 cloves of garlic add water in a 2-1 ratio (2 cups water to 1 cup rice), bring to a boil.
    Turn down heat and cook for 40 min.
    Season chicken with spices and bake in oven at 200 degrees for 1 1/2-2 hours. Or till a little crispy. After chicken is done.
    Boil water in a large pot add pasta. Cook 8-10 Min. Dump rice and liver mix into a large container( it will need to be big enough to mix all the ingredient together. Large Tupperware works great).
    Place frozen veggies in calendar.
    Drain pasta over veggies.
    De-bone chicken add to rice mix.
    Add pasta mix.
    Add cottage cheese. Stir well.
    Divide into portions and freeze until needed.

    return to top

    Mince, Veggies & Rice

    500g chicken mince or beef
    1 kg Mixed frozen veggies (no onion)
    2 Cups rice
    2-4 cups water (to cover ingredients)
    Beef stock or gravox

    Break up mince into a large saucepan, cover with water and bring to boil.
    Add veggies, rice and more water if necessary (to cover) and beef stock, gravox or other seasoning to taste.
    Simmer until rice is cooked, adding more water if necessary.
    Allow to cool and serve or divide into portions and freeze until needed.

    return to top

    Dog Easy Meal

    6 chicken thighs
    4 cups frozen vegetables (NO onions)
    3 tsp. garlic minced
    3 cups oatmeal
    3 cups flour
    3 eggs

    Boil chicken pieces, de-bone, puree w/food processor, set aside (use broth from chicken as needed)
    Puree vegetables add with chicken (use broth from chicken as needed)
    Preheat oven 180 degrees
    Add garlic, eggs, and hand mix well
    Add oatmeal, flour hand mix well
    Coat baking pan with nonstick oil (first coating only, not needed for next batch)
    Drop by large heaping tablespoon on baking tray (Flatten the dough out a little with spoon)
    Bake for 15 min. for chewy 20 min. for brown bottom (they are not made to be real hard)

    return to top

    Akita Style Fish & Rice
    1 kg minced fish
    1 1/2 cups brown rice or 2 packets of 2 minute noodles
    4 cloves garlic
    1 sheet Sea Kelp (optional)

    Stir fry fish with garlic in wok until fish is cooked.
    Add cooked rice or noodles and kelp.
    Mix well, divide into portions and freeze until needed.

    return to top

    Doggie Quiche
    4 eggs
    2/3 tbsp cream
    2/3 cup skim milk
    3 tbsp meat (there favorite)
    3 tbsp cheese
    20 cm pie crust/shell
    fresh parsley

    Preheat oven to 180 - 190 degrees
    Mix all ingredients together then pour into pie crust/shell
    Put into oven for 35-45 min.
    Let it cool for 5 min.

    return to top

    Tuna & Egg
    Contains fatty acids which are great for the coat.

    1 small can of flaked tuna in oil
    2 eggs
    1 cup of wholemeal breadcrumbs

    Drizzle some oil and scramble the eggs over low fire.
    Add the tuna (oil and all) & breadcrumbs.
    Stir until well mixed.
    Serve when cool.

    return to top

    © 2001 - 2013 Dogs4Sale. All rights reserved.