"Before you check out my mom's doggie recipes, I have to warn you that my mom is not the world's best cook but she does her best to feed me and my dad well. Everything that mom puts into my food is natural and healthy because she wants me to live a long time."
"Also, please note that I have meals twice a day. With this diet I haven't gained or lost weight for years and I've never been sick. Mom says that this is a good thing. Hey, I'd rather have more meat and chicken in my meals and skip the rice, but mom is the cook and the boss."
Schnauzer Cupcakes - Yum! For humans only. Made by Karen Hughes, Toby Schnauzer's Mom
"CHICKEN & BROWN RICE ALA POOCH"
(This is my main meal and I have two meals each day.)
1/2 lb. of cooked or baked boneless chicken breast
(Lean hamburger can be substituted for chicken)
1/2 cup of cooked brown rice (White rice can be substituted)
Vegetables like string beans and carrots can be added when available
But stay away from corn and soy products.
(Note using an electric pressure cooker for the chicken works well)
"TASTY LIVER BISCUITS"
1 lb. of raw liver
4 cups of rice flour (brown or white)
2 eggs, 2 cups of water
Prep: a blender is required
Cut up the liver into small pieces, add the eggs, add the water, blend to a puree.
Mix, by hand, the blended mixture in a large bowl with the 4 cups of rice flour. (Wheat flour isn't good for dogs.) Mix till the batter is like heavy cake or brownie batter. Put into 9x13" greased pan
Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
When cool, cut into thin slices, then cover and refrigerate.
1 lb. of thin sliced beef or calf liver
Cover a cookie sheet with "extra strength" tin foil (liver would stick to pan and regular strength tin foil)
Bake in oven at 250 degrees for 1 hour or until dried out Note: If you use a higher oven temp, the liver will curl up
When cool and dried out, cut into strips
1 lb. of boneless chicken breast sliced into thin filet slices or you can use chicken tenders.
Prep: Same as above for the Liver Jerkys except that you can use regular strength tin foil.
My mom says that all of the food items above are very healthy for dogs
because there is no salt or preservatives added. Because of this the foods above should be refrigerated.
Schatzee Schnauzer Woof!
Eat lots of Broccoli...it's good for you!
Schnauzer Cake (for humans only)
Schnauzer Cake - Made by Katherine Hughes, Toby Schnauzer's Mom
Toby Standard Schnauzer - Born March 8th, 2010
You can see Toby Schnauzer who is now 3 years old in his personal webpage which you can click onto in the sidebar. Toby is related to Schatzee.
Although Stoney is no longer with us, Schatzee's menu is very similar to the above recipes. Schatzee's portions are a little smaller because Schatzee weighs 15 lbs. less than Stoney did.