Doggie treats and recipes

Try making these tasty treats for your pup. All natural, all goodness and your best friend is bound to love them!


Liver Bread


Great as training treats. One tray will keep your pup going for a while so good to portion out and freeze.


1 Lamb liver

1 1/2 cups of Chickpea flour

4 eggs

1 tsp baking powder



Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth

Pour into a lined baking tray

Place in pre-heated 180 degree oven

Cook for 1 hour (check after 45 mins)

Allow to cool

Cut into bite size portions (enough for 1 training/play session)




Chicken, Vegetable and Flaxseed Loaf


Makes 5 10cm round pies (suitable for freezing)


1kg chicken mince

1 Egg

1 cup mixed veggies (whatever you have in the fridge or you can buy frozen veggies)

1/4 cup flaxseed (excellent for your dogs coat)





Mix all ingredients together in a bowl

Grease a pie tin with a little oil - (Coconut oil is good but vegetable oil is fine too)

Fill 10cm diameter pie tins with mixture - don't overfill tin - make sure mixture is fairly even on top


Place in oven for approximately 60 minutes or until brown

Remove from oven and turn out onto a tray

Place pies back in oven to brown the underside for approximately 15 minutes

Allow to cool


One pie will last two meals for dogs under 5kg. Increase portions depending on your pups usual feed. 


Remember to always feed your dog a nutritionally balanced diet.






Charlie's Chicken, Cheese and Carrot Cookies


Makes 24 - 30


1  1/2 cups plain flour (1/2 white, 1/2 wholemeal)

20 grams cheese grated (any cheddar tasty will do)

1/4 cup pumpkin seeds

1/3 cup grated carrot

1/2 cup low salt chicken stock

2 tsp vegetable oil




Mix all ingredients together to form a stiff dough (add more flour or water as needed)

Rollout dough on floured board to about 2mm in thickness

Cut biscuits to your desired shape and place on lined tray

Bake at 180C (160C fan-forced) for 20-25 minutes until light                                                                                                                                      brown and hard (you can put back in oven once turned off to to harden)

Cool completely before storing in air tight tin