Dog cake ingredients:
330 g (12 oz) of cooked rice
400g (14 oz) of round grain rice
900g (32 oz) of turkey mince
560g (20 oz) of spinach
750g (26 oz) of curd
2 raw eggs
4 cooked eggs
Dog biscuit treats
Dog cake directions:
Mix turkey mince, carrot, spinach, rice, oil and 2 raw eggs together. Cook the rest of the eggs and slice them.
Split the mixture on four parts. Use the first part as a bottom into a 24 cm diameter round cake form. Put the cooked eggs on top of this and cover it with the second part of the meat mixture. Let it bake for 50 minutes on 180 degree of celsius. Repeat the process with the rest of the ingredients, so you have two identical meat corpusses.
Cook the round grain rice a mix it with the curd. Use it on one of the corpusses and cover it with the second meat corpus. Use the rest of the curd rice mixture to decorate top of the cake. Decorate it with the dog treat biscuits as well.
Let your dog enjoy its birthday dog cake!
ALWAYS COOK SALMON BEFORE SERVING IT TO YOUR DOG
Today i will show you how to make great Salmon Treats and Dinner! Lets start with the treats, you will need:
Watch our video and learn how to make salmon main food for your dog:
Today i will show you three very easy dog treat recipes from peanut butter. For the first one, you will need:
Preheat the oven to 160 degrees of celsius (160°C) , which is approximatelly 325 degrees of Fahrenheit.
Gently mix peanut butter, milk and egg together. After a while add the flour and baking powder. Add the oats and bacon last.
Put the dough onto a floured surface and roll the dough.
Cut the dough, you can use pizza slicer or some other cutter, just like us.
Bake the treats for approximately 20 minuts, until they are lightly browned.
After you remove them from oven, let them cool down completely before serving to your dog.
Watch our video for two more recipes:
Some dogs prefer meaty treats over sweet ones. These treats have a hearty meat flavor and good aroma that all dogs love. When I made these, my dog stood outside the oven door, not so patiently waiting for the treats to cool.
These strips work as a cheaper alternative to the organic chewy treats sold in pet stores. They also break apart easily, so you can serve smaller pieces as training rewards. Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamin C, which can help boost your dog’s immune system.