- Pets and Animals
Time for a nice Holiday Doggie Smoothie!
Time for Doggie Egg Nog!
Who doesn't like a good cup of nog...by the Holiday tree, roaring fire, inside with our favorite humans, getting warm after a good romp in the cold and snow!
Even us pups can enjoy a good cup of nog.
Here's our favorite recipe for Doggie Egg Nog!
1 container plain low fat, organic yogurt
1 jar of organic baby food (seasonal veggies and meat is our favorite), or you can make your own by adding some boiled unseasoned chicken, carrots, green beans, a little yam or plain pumpkin to your food processor and blend smooth).
1 free range egg
1 1/2 cups filtered water
Blend all ingredients and serve in stainless steel bowls with a sprinkling of ground flax seed, and top with a nice banana slice. Be sure and refrigerate unused portions.
It's a great refreshing treat after a day of playing in the snow!
At Christmas play, and make good cheer,
For Christmas comes but once a year.
- Thomas Tusser
Throw everything into a blender (except the sprinkles, add those after) and mix well. Serve immediately in a stainless steel dish, or chill for an hour in the fridge for a cooler treat. Refrigerate any small amount of leftovers and use within 24 hours.
Remember, you don't have to use all the ingredients, the basics are the Kefir, fruits, veggies or meats. Don't forget to check what foods are safe for us pups if you decide to vary the recipes.
And as with all things - moderation is key, so start your pup out with smaller portions to begin with (about 4 oz.). And enjoy your doggie smoothie!
From home to home, and heart to heart, from one place to another.
The warmth and joy of Christmas, brings us closer to each other,
- Emily Matthews
Stir up some Green Dog Egg Nog!
Are you gonna make your dog a doggie smoothie?
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