Pancake Recipe for Dogs
How do you make one of the best days of the year even better? Easy. Get the woofer involved.
Lily and her granddaughter Lulu adore this clever dog-friendly pancake recipe. They’re an absolute doddle to whip up and by lucky coincidence, are just as delicious for humans.
So get your pans out, your fillings ready and get flipping. We can’t wait to see the results.
Tuna & Sardine Fish Balls for Cats
This recipe for cats is full of goodness. Tuna is really good for the joints and internal organs, especially the heart, as well as giving cats a lovely coat. Sardines are also very high in omega-3, vitamin D and selenium.
Home Cooked Haggis Recipe for Dogs
Nothing beats haggis on Burn's Night. Now your pooch can join in the fun too with this delicious and nutritious recipe for homemade gaggis.
Pure Liver Dog Treats
There are moments when you need a piece of something very tasty to coax your dog away from a rabbit (or a fox, in Lily’s case). These treats are very easy to make and you can make them plain and simple or sprinkle them with a teaspoon of dried alfalfa, aniseed, parsley or garlic powder before you put them into the oven.
Morning Porridge for Dogs
Oats are a wonderful ingredient as they are very digestible and also high in protein. This Morning Porridge is the dog's pyjamas and makes a satisfying and healthy start to the day.
Turkey is a fantastic ingredient for cats and dogs, but despite our roast turkey for Christmas dinner looking extremely appetising, it's often not be quite the right thing to share with your pets.
Turkey Balls for Cats
These tasty, meaty bites are the perfect way to spend a special Christmas moment with your feline friend.
Mince Pies for Dogs
Mince pies are a traditional festive favourite. Unfortunately, the ones we humans love are filled with raisins (and sometimes alcohol), which dogs must not eat. This dog friendly recipe means your dog can tuck into their very own pie this festive season.
3 Things that Make Squashes and Pumpkins Amazing for Dogs
Pumpkins and squashes are often overlooked fruits. But they're full of fantastic nutrients and make a great addition to doggy diets. Find out 3 amazing things about them in this blog and how you can introduce them into your dog's mealtime.
A Hallowe'en Hotpot Recipe
Follow our Hallowe'en Hotpot recipe video to cook a delicious dinner for your dog, made with plenty of freshly prepared lamb, healthful herbs and delicious vibrant veg.
Apple and Blueberry Muffins
These are a yummy – and very healthy – treat to share with your dog, although they won’t be as sweet as you’re probably used to.