Summer Favorite & Healthy!Frozen Pumpkin Dog TreatsIngredientsCan of Pumpkin* PureeCup of Natural Yoghurt1tsp of Honey1 BananaBlend all ingredients together spoon into Ice Cube Tray or fancy paw shape silicone moulds and Freeze!*Why Pumpkin Is Great For DogsWhile there are no scientific benefits that pumpkin is helpful for pets skin or coats, like other fruits, vegetables and coconut oil, pumpkin is excellent for your dog’s digestive track. Pumpkin has high fiber and water content, which are good for correcting and preventing constipation in dogs, plus can help bulk up your dog’s stool.
HEALTH CHECKYou should get into a regular routinely of checking your animals carefully and systematically for possible early signs of illness. Just remember that some animals are very good at hiding ill health or pain, so you need to be vigilant when it comes to pet first aid, learn what is normal for your animal as all animals are different! Check list:-Body conditionWhen you run your hands over your pet check its weight and any strange lumps and bumps.
S T A R (Rotti)Star is a bundle of energy and an a great ambassador for her breed she is ourDog of the Month having been through so muchat such a young age!Star was diagnosed with bilateral elbow displasia at just 5 months old and had surgery to both front legs. Following surgery she was then not allowed to go out for walks, run, jump or climb for 6-12 weeks!
Carrot & Apple Dog Treats ►INGREDIENTS:Cup of Whole Wheat Flour2 1/21/2 Cup of Oats1 Apple (cored and grated, leave peel on)1/2 cup of carrots (peeled and grated)1 Egg (beaten)1/3 Cup Vegetable Oil1/2 Cup Water (Apples add moisture so ONLY add if necessary)METHOD:Preheat Oven to 350 and grease a cooking sheetCore & Grate Apples; Peel and Grate CarrotsMix Flour, Oats in a bowl. In a seperate bowl, beat the eggs and mix in the oil, apple and carrot, and water if required.