Recipes & Feeding Guides
Created by my inhouse dog nutritionist, downloadable homemade dog food recipes & feeding guides for healthy dogs and health-specific remedial recipes and feeding guides for dogs suffering health problems. Ready for immediate download.
All ingredients are dog-safe & human-grade
Proven health benefits with every ingredient
No additives or preservatives of any kind
Safe for all the family to bake and eat
My dogs loved these treats and so did my puppy school pups. Only a few recognisable ingredients, no yucky liquidising liver, no unpleasant smell while cooking and super easy to make. It makes excellent training treats!
Hilary, Dumfries and Galloway
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
My dogs had the liver treats… loved them!
Glenys, North Devon
We’ve just cooked our first batch of ‘The dogs love liver training treats’ and they are fabulous, just ask my dogs! And the delicious smell whilst they are cooking is amazing. I’d highly recommend as a top end training treat!
Lin, East Sussex
In case dog treat mixes are new to you, think baking mixes but for dogs instead of humans.
After many years of making and perfecting treats for my own dogs, I hit upon the idea of dog treat baking mixes. Ready-prepared and perfectly portioned ingredient mixes, ready for you to bake homemade treats for your best friend with the minimum of effort.
By making your dog’s treats with one of my dog treat mixes from my dog treat mix shop, you’ll know exactly what’s in those treats. No hidden surprises, no nasties, just 100% natural goodness.
Dogs love variety. The wider the variety of food, the happier and healthier they are likely to be. So I have training treats, comfort treats, health-giving treats and just plain old ‘because I love you’ treats.
All the treat mixes in my dog treat mix shop have been approved by my friendly in-house dog nutritionist.
Every ingredient used is 100% natural and both dog-safe and fit for human consumption. That means you or your children can safely eat them too. So they make a great introduction to baking for your children, as well as teaching them how to take care of your pup. Sounds like a win-win situation to me!