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Pet Food and Treats

This is a large batch recipe. Designed for a pair of Large Breed Littermates and or at Canine Birthday Party.

Mutt balls & Pup Cakes – use organic or clean, local veggie

2 lbs. raw, organic – ground chicken or beef (or natural, antibiotic & hormone free)
2 cups, steamed, organic, sprouted, short grain brown rice
1 cup, grated summer squash or zucchini
1 cup grated broccoli
1 cup grated green beans
1 cup grated carrots
1 giant handful chopped kale
1 sm. Bunch, grated parsley
½ cup grated celery

Prepare ingredients as suggested above. Using food processor, finely grate veggies. In a stand mixer, combine all ingredients. For Mutt balls, scoop 1-2 inch balls directly on a baking pans. For Pup Cakes, scoop directly in lightly oiled (using a clean spray oil is ok) muffin tins. Bake in preheated oven, 350 degrees F. for 20-30 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oven… cool.

Store in airtight container and refrigerate up to 5 days or place in freezer bags for up to 6 weeks. Bone Appetite.

Frozen, Fruit & Nutty, Dairy Smoothie
1 well mashed banana
1 cup, organic, unsweetened, plain applesauce
1 cup pumpkin puree
I cup, plain, organic goats milk yogurt
2 T. organics, natural peanut butter (no hydrogenated fat)
Thoroughly blend or process all ingredients until smooth. Portion, one (1) ounce per each in a tiny paper Dixie cup and freeze until solid. Serve occasionally, supervised outdoors as a reward or to exercise gums.

Canine, Skin & Coat Saver, Frozen Juice Shot
4 organic carrots
1 organic beet (red or golden)
1 apple (seeded/no seeds)
1/3 organic, peeled cucumber
6 sprigs parsley
¼ cup, organic, frozen peas
¼ inch piece of ginger root
Juice all ingredients. Portion them in tiny, paper Dixie cups and freeze until solid. According to CJ, Poutine, “The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care, providing your pet is not allergic and or sensitive to the ingredients, small dogs are allowed 2 Tablespoons, two to three times a day. Dogs up too 50 pounds are allowed up too 5 tablespoons a day.

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