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Probiotic Fibre recipe

1 cup Millet flour

1 cup ground flax seed

1/2 cup psyllium husk powder

1/2 diatomaceous earth

1/3 cup probiotics

Serve 1 to 2 tablespoons on 1/2 cup to one cup kibble with water daily.

Make your own treats!

Here are some recipies to make some awesome doggie treats at home......

Stress Stool



A LOOSE STOOL IS FROM STRESS FROM GOING HOME – FEED A PUMPKIN MIXTURE TO SOOTHE. NOT EATING MUCH IN THE FIRST 24-48 HOURS IS NORMAL TO SOOTH A LOOSE STOOL– UP TO 2 WEEKS MAKE A MIXTURE OF ONE CAN OF CANNED PUMPKIN AND ADD 2 TABLESPOONS OF DE (Diatomaceous Earth) You can add to your mixture a can of tuna or beef boulion, ,a few eggs -freeze in ice cube trays – offer 1 to 2 cubes per day for first week – then a few each week for life

Loose stools result from a new environment from stress. Pumpkin helps slow down the bowel and helps avoid dehydration.

Bacon Treats

Grain-Free Bacon Dog Treats

Servings: 50 pieces depending on cookie cutter size


• 1-1/2 coconut flour

• 1/2 cup all natural peanut butter (or almond butter!)

• 5 eggs

• 1/2 cup melted coconut oil

• 1 cup + 2 Tbsp pumpkin puree (no sugar added; can also use sweet potato puree or unsweetened apple sauce)

• 2-3 slices of hormone-free bacon, cooked & chopped


1 Preheat oven to 350°F.

2 In a large bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well to form a dough.

3 Roll out dough, just slightly under a quarter inch thick.

4 Use a cookie cutter to cut out different shapes and carefully place them onto a lined baking pan. Ball up remaining dough, roll out, cut, and repeat until all dough has been used.

5  Bake for 15-20 minutes, until treats are hard. This cooking time might vary depending on thickness of each treat so keep your eyes on them.

6 Let cool completely before sharing with your pup!

7 Store remaining treats in an airtight container in the fridge. Very important to cool completely before doing this! Otherwise the heat will make the treats soft.

Salmon Pumpkin Treats


Prep time 15 mins

Cook time 20 mins

Total time 35 mins


grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, paleo

Serves: 60+ biscuits


1½ cups coconut flour

1 cup canned wild caught salmon, drained* (I used WholeFoods 365 canned Sockeye Salmon)

½ cup coconut oil, melted, but not hot

½ cup pumpkin puree (you can also use pureed sweet potato or squash)

4 pasture raised eggs

Optional add-ins:

2 teaspoons dried parsley or 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, roughly chopped


1 Add all of the ingredients to your food processor. Process until well blended and it easily forms a ball, when you take a little in your hand. If it feels a bit too wet, add just a little more coconut flour, but know that the coconut flour in the dough will absorb as the dough sits.

2 Gently flatten the ball into a disc and place into an airtight container or wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for a minimum of 1 hour.

3 Preheat oven to 350ºF and line two large baking sheets with parchment paper.

4 Place the dough disc between two pieces of parchment paper. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough out until it is about ⅛ to ¼-inch thick.

5 Using desired cookie cutter shape(s), start cutting and transfer to the prepared baking sheets. Don’t waste any of the dough, use the leftover scraps, roll what’s left into a rope, cut into little nuggets and bake. They make great little tiny bite-sized training treats.

6 Bake 18-20 minutes, until golden brown and hard. It is important that biscuits are completely dried out or they will go bad.

7 If you take them out and as they cool, if they feel moist at all, I recommend placing the biscuits in a single layer on an oven-safe cooling rack, and place into a 200ºF oven for 10-20 minutes, until they are dry, hard, crisp and have no moisture at all.

8 Let cook completely and store in an airtight container for a few weeks.


Try adding ⅓ cup finely shredded carrots to the recipe

you can also use approx 1 cup cooked, deboned fresh salmon, flaked in place of the canned salmon

Peanutbutter Pumpkin

Grain-Free Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Treats

Prep Time

10 mins

Cook Time

15 mins

Total Time

25 mins

* 1 1/2 cup coconut flour

* 1/2 cup organic peanut butter

* 3 eggs

* 1/2 cup coconut oil melted then slightly cooled

* 1 cup pumpkin puree


* Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

* Combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl.

* Roll dough out gently onto a cutting board dusted lightly with additional coconut flour, or onto a rolpat. Roll out to about 1/4 - 1/2 inch thick.

* Cut out shapes using your preferred cookie cutters.

* Transfer gently to a parchment lined baking sheet.

* Bake for 13-15 minutes. Treats should have a slightly golden color around the edges.

* Cool on cookie sheets before serving.

* May be stored in airtight containers for up to three weeks.


Be sure to measure the coconut oil in its solid form, and THEN melt

Cinnamon Pumpkin

grain-free dog treat, homemade dog treat

Prep Time 10 minutes

Cook Time 12 minutes

Total Time 22 minutes

Servings 2 dozen treats


Dog Treats:

* 2 cups coconut flour

* ½ teaspoon baking soda

* ½ teaspoon cinnamon

* 1 can 15 oz. pure pumpkin

* ½ cup peanut butter

* ½ cup coconut oil melted

* 4 eggs

Peanut Butter Drizzle:

* 1/3 cup peanut butter

* 1-2 tablespoons melted coconut oil


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

2. Add eggs to large bowl and beat. Add the remaining ingredients and stir together until a soft dough forms.

3. Place on parchment paper and carefully roll dough out with a rolling pin (you may need to put another piece of parchment paper on top so it doesn’t stick to rolling pin).

4. Cut dough into shapes with cookie cutters and gently transfer to baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

5. Bake for 12 to 18 minutes, or until treats are hard.

6. Remove from oven and cool for 5 minutes on baking sheet. Transfer to cooling rack or parchment paper to cool completely.

7. For peanut butter drizzle, combine melted coconut oil and peanut butter and drizzle over treats (I cut the tip off of a Ziploc bag to drizzle over). Let drizzle harden on treats in the fridge or freezer.

8. Store in airtight container at room temperature or in the refrigerator up to one week. Store in the freezer for a month.

Chicken Biscuits

4-Ingredient Chicken and Biscuits 

• Ready in 30 Minutes or Less • Freezable 

Prep Time

10 min

Cook Time

12-14 min. (plus cooling)

Total Time

10 minutes


About 4 dozen


2 cups chopped, cooked chicken (see note)

2 cups instant potato powder

1 5.3-ounce container nonfat plain Greek yogurt

3/4 cup water

1 egg, lightly beaten


Preheat oven to 350°F.

In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients, stirring until thoroughly incorporated. Batter will be very thick and sticky.

Drop batter by level tablespoons onto parchment-lined baking sheets. (Because these dog biscuits spread very little during baking, I crowd them together more than typical cookies, and get all of them onto 2 baking sheets.) Using the back of a spoon, flatten the dog treats slightly.

Bake for 12-14 minutes, until lightly golden brown.

Cool completely on wire racks. Store in refrigerator or (for longer storage) in zippered freezer bags in freezer (thaw before serving).

Dehydrated fish

Melt butter and add a packet of chicken boullion cube.  Brush onto fillets of white fish.

Dehydrate until plyable but not hard.  Break into training treat size.




Power paste for inside your KONG.

1. The filling has to be at the correct consistency. If it is too hard to get out dog will become frustrated and bored with it. If it is too soft then it will go too fast and the dog will be left feeling unsatisfied and bored …these apply especially if given one to amuse while you are out and the object was to keep dog occupied to prevent destruction etc.

2. It has to be the correct kong, as in the correct size for the dog’s mouth and tongue and of the right hardness and density. You do not want the dog to eat the kong…you will end up with a huge vet bill.

3. Until the dog understands the concept of eating from a kong, never leave alone and unsupervised and if your dog has guarding tendencies then you need to work on the ‘mine’ ‘yours’ training with it…a kong, like a bone is a high resource.

4. A kong is not a toy: you wouldn’t allow your dog to play with his/her food dish…don’t allow the dog to play with a kong. It is yours not the dog’s and is given at your say so and as such a powerful training and bonding aid.

5. It has to taste good…be appealing to the dog and have healthy ingredients; the less commercial junk in the better. Below are tasty and delicious dog food ideas to fill your dog’s Kong.





cooked rice, couscous or cooked lentils or barley

bone broth in kong

Fill with bone broth and freeze for 24 hours





Yeast Infections

Yeast is a problem after antibiotics or lots of swimming.....

About Yeast




Yeast infections are an overgrowth of yeast caused by fungal infection. If yeast overgrowth is not treated, the dog will likely develop additional health problems triggered by the infection. Apple cider vinegar and yogurt are both inexpensive cures easy to administer at home. Apple cider vinegar retards the growth of "bad" bacteria while yogurt with lactobacillus acidophilus is a type of probiotic that will fortify your dog's body with "good" bacteria.

Before beginning, understand that a yeast infection will limit your dog's quality of life. Always consult a vet to establish whether your home remedy is the most appropriate option. Make an appointment with your vet if the home remedy he recommends does not eliminate your pet's yeast infection. The vet will likely prescribe some medications to treat and cure his infection.

Ear Infection

Yeast Ear Infections (Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment)

Items You'll Need:

• Apple cider vinegar

• Unflavored yogurt

• Water

• Medium bowl

• Measuring cups

• Measuring spoons

• Cotton balls

• Oral syringe

• Spray bottle

Step 1- Mix 1 part apple cider vinegar with 1 part water in a medium bowl.

Step 2- Fill oral syringe with the apple cider vinegar water mixture. Use 5 milliliters for every 20 pounds your dog weighs.

Step 3- Flush your dog's ear gently with the solution.

Step 4 - Rub your dog's ears and use cotton balls to swab the excess from her ears.

CAUTION: Be careful when using the oral syringe to flush your dog's ears. Too much solution in the ear will cause her pain and create further ear problems. Check with your veterinarian before beginning any home treatments for yeast infections.


Oil in Ears


Caprylic acid, a nutritional supplement derived from coconut oil, kills candida cells. ... The recommended dose is at least 1 teaspoon coconut oil per 10 pounds of body weight, or 1 tablespoon per 30 pounds. Dogs with candidiasis may need more, especially in the early stages of treatment.


Candida Yogurt Treatment

Step 1- Measure out 2 tablespoons to ¼ cup unflavored yogurt for a small dog and ¼ cup to ½ cup unflavored yogurt for a large dog.

Step 2- Mix yogurt in your dog's dry dog food. Alternately feed it to your dog separately as a treat.

Step 3- Feed yogurt once every day as a treatment. Continue to feed it as a preventative after she no longer has a yeast infection.

Yeast In the Body

Candida Yeast Infection IN THE BODY (Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment)

Step 1- Measure out 2 to 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar.

Step 2- Pour apple cider vinegar into your dog's water dish and stir. Change the drinking-water/vinegar mix every day.

Step 3- As an alternative, pour apple cider vinegar directly on your dog's dry kibble.

Skin Yeast

Skin Infections (Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment)

Step 1- Mix 1 part warm water to 1 part apple cider vinegar in a medium bowl.

Step 2- Pour the warm solution into a clean spray bottle.

Step 3- Spray the areas where your dog has a skin infection. You can use this solution on sensitive areas without causing her pain.