The reason why my dogs stay close - and always come to recall?
My irresistible dog treats!
1. When ever you roast a chicken save the frame
2. Take the skin and strip carcass of chicken meat - there will be lots - make sure no bones
3. Mix all in with ‘juices’ in the roasting dish
4. Sharp scissors to cut up all into little treat size pieces
5. Small amounts into bags and freeze
6. Defrost before you take your dog/s walkies
7. BE THE PIED PIPER AT THE DOG PARK!
Option at Point 4
When you have mixed and cut up all the pieces place the roasting dish back in oven and rebake for 20-30 mins to dry this tasty mix out a bit more and make it is less greasy to handle
BTW I often make liver home made treats too which are super popular.
WHY ELSE DO DOGS LOVE THE HOUND DOG HOTEL SO MUCH?
Well, in addition to their provided home diets, I add tasty extras to guests’ meals. Depending on their own food, 3-4 different tempting tasters will be added to make their food gourmet! Examples of the extras :
spoon probiotic natural yogurt (daily)
cooked chicken mince /either
raw chicken mince or/
cooked beef mince /either
raw beef mince or/
small pieces cooked kangaroo (human quality)
rice (small amount)
pasta (small amount)
small sprinkle of Ziwi Peak. (check this out on line if you don’t know how amazing this is)
spoon cottage cheese
The mauve slow feeders are fabulous for dogs that bolt their food, very effective in slowing them down.
Small dogs who are picky eaters will not always eat much kibble. However, if you soften in for some hours (or overnight) they will usually eat it.
And it’s good to see kibble that has been in water as it blows up and makes you realise just how much bulk there is to kibble.
Most dogs like most of the above. But you have to learn what suits your own dog, for example, cottage cheese is gobbled up by pretty much all dogs, but for some it upsets their tummy so you have to be careful when introducing new things.
N.B. There are rarely more than 4-5 dogs here but for a brief couple of cross over days had two extra guests to cater for, which is why 7 meals are in picture above:-)