Unfortunately, many dogs have health conditions that prevent them from having a normal diet. Despite having ailments, homemade dog food and treats tailored to his condition can allow the dog to still have tasty food and treats. H er e are some of the best recipe ideas I’ve located that can satisfy dogs with specific ailments.
Homemade Treats for a Diabetic Dog
If your dog is diabetic, you may have difficulty finding treats he can eat. This homemade treat recipe found on allrecipes.com can be done quickly, typically in under twenty minutes from start to finish and all you need is three ingredients. Wheat flour, eggs and beef liver are combined to make about two pounds of treats.
Homemade Food for Dogs with Pancreatitis
While the cause for Pancreatitis isn’t known, there are many factors that can aggravate the condition or help contribute to it. The website b-naturals.com offers four homemade recipe options to try if your dog has the condition. They base the recipe on a fifty pound dog that has to be fed three or four portions a day. They include simple easy-to-get ingredients such as cooked chicken breast, vegetables and plain non-fat yogurt.
Homemade Food for Dogs With Heart Disease
Dogs with heart disease typically need to follow a diet that is low in minerals and low in sodium. The recipe on petplace.com takes little time to prepare and only includes six ingredients including cooked white rice, vegetable oil and cooked beef. It also states to give a vitamin as a supplement.
Homemade (Gluten-Free) Treats for Dogs with Allergies
If your dog has so many allergies that you aren’t sure where to even find treats he can eat, consider making them at home instead. The recipe, found on best-dog-treat-recipes.com, includes seven ingredients including soy flour, canola oil and chicken bouillon. The treats are gluten free and are hypoallergenic. They take approximately an hour to bake and need to sit overnight to harden.
Homemade Food for Dogs With Liver Disease
The recipe specifically meant for dogs with liver disease is found on doggiecook.com and includes plenty of fresh ingredients that your dog will devour. There are two recipes to choose from that are easy to prepare. They include ingredients such as tofu, cooked rice, boiled carrots and wheat bran.
Before changing your dogs diet, it is vital to talk to the vet first, especially since the dog can especially be affected differently than if he didn’t have a health condition. If you have a recipe you would like to try, show it to the vet first to go over the ingredients. In some cases, he or she may want to make a slight adjustment to make it even better and tailor it specifically to your dog.
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