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Homemade dog food recipes for senior dogs

 Homemade dog food recipes for senior dogs
  1. what is Guidelines for use to make his own recipes ?

 Vitamins and nutritional values Just like us, dogs need certain vitamins. We advise you to Mix these recipes with your usual food. In this way, your dog will receive with certainty all the vitamins necessary for his well-being.

Pay attention to the proportions. Dogs older or taller will eat more than puppies or small dogs. Prefer smaller portions to avoid any risk overweight.

Here is the list of values nutritional information your dog has needed daily

  • 40% protein: meat, fish, eggs

and dairy products.

  • 10% carbohydrates: cereals and beans.      

50% vegetables.

  • Fats from oils and meats
  • Calcium: present in various foods but

also available as supplements.

  • Fatty acids: cooked egg yolks, oat flakes,

vegetable oils and others.

Homemade dog food recipes for senior dogs

What foods can dogs   never eat?

Some recipes will look like

strongly to recipes for man.

However, some ingredients are

very toxic for the dog and can

even lead to his death.

It is therefore extremely important  that you be careful when you cook for your pet.

If your dog still has eat a dangerous food, directly contact your veterinarian and tell him the

amount and type of food swallowed.



Chocolate is toxic to the heart and blood vessels.

nervous system. Absorbed in large quantities it can cause the death of your puppy.

Fish bones and bones

Poultry bones, rabbit bones and cooked bones are brittle and therefore risk lacerating its



Onions are very toxic to the blood of your puppy.


Quelques gorgées suffisent pour désorienter votre chien. Une ingestion en grande quantité peut s’avérer mortelle pour lui.

Les conséquences d’une ingestion d’une trop grande quantité d’avocats peuvent être fatales pour votre chiot.
Whether dry or fresh, grapes are very dangerous. Intoxication from 4 grams per kilo
for raisins.

Ingested in large quantities, salt is potentially lethal to your puppy. Intoxication from 4 grams per kilo.

SNACK for dog
Homemade dog food recipes for senior dogs

The snacks are undoubtedly
the most effective dog formula
often made at home. They
are also easy to prepare
and can be donated outside
normal meals for your dog.
Here you do not have especially
need to pay attention to the
nutrient intakes like your
dog receives this snack in addition
of his daily diet.

Biscuits with butter peanut:

Dogs love peanut butter and thanks to these cookies, you will be able to incorporate fish oil in their diet. 

The oil of fish contains Omega 3 and makes your dog's coat is healthier and stronger.

Buy Organic Peanut Butters or make your own liniment with peanut oil and peanuts. The industrial peanut butters contain often oils and other added products that are harmful.


Preheat the furnace to 175°C.            

Mix the flour and oat flakes in a large container.

 Add 240ml of water and mix well the whole thing. Then add peanut butter, peanut butter honey and fish oil. 

Pour the rest of the water little by little, while continuing to stir.

Spread your dough and cut out shapes. Place them on your plaque and leave

Cook for 40 minutes.

Let the cookies cool before serving them at your dog. 


260 g flour

90 g of flakes of oats

240 ml of butter of peanut

1 tablespoon of honey

1/2 tablespoon of oil of fish

360 ml of water

Homemade dog food recipes for senior dogs

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keto dog food

 what is ketogenic diet ?

     _-keto dog food 

The ketogenic diet is a diet rich in lipids that has become particularly fashionable in recent years. However, it has been used for nearly a hundred years to treat certain pathologies, including epilepsy. This diet aims to considerably reduce the consumption of carbohydrates in favor of lipids to cause a state of ketosis. Beyond significant weight loss, it would have many health benefits.

Characteristics of the ketogenic diet :

  • Very high lipid consumption (75% of intake)
  • Unchanged protein intake
  • Considerable reduction in carbohydrate intake
  • Causes unpleasant symptoms in the first few weeks 
  • Rapid weight loss
The state of ketosis would have many health benefits (renewed energy, protection against certain pathologies...etc.

is a keto diet safe for dogs?

  the  Ketogenic diets are focusing on fats , which generally increases the risk increases the risk of pancreatitis for your cats and dogs if they swallow traditiona l'' Chinese medicine '' coconut, avocado  or other oils ,or even if they swallow foods containing oils. So be careful not to let your cats or dogs overindulge in fats

How do I feed My dog on a ketogenic diet?

follow this plan

An adequate protein intake where the dog will be able to satisfy his needs in amino acids, coming from meat, small fish, such as sardines, mackerel, and eggs. ((Be careful with the egg white that will have to be cooked, the vitamin K that it contains acts as an anti-nutrient for the dog.

My opinion about meat: Following the example of BARF (dog feeding method based on raw meat), I think that raw meat allows to keep more nutrients without altering the meat. Aware that dogs' stomachs are initially better adapted to it.

Nevertheless, the dog's impressive ability to adapt to its environment did not play in its favor by staying at the side of humans. Feeding him according to his will//power. He may have adapted better over time, to a cooked diet, at least in part. My dog does not tolerate 100% raw food.
By privileging the saturated fatty acids of animal origin (preferably those demonized in the 70s): butter, lard, egg yolk, offal, fatty meat ...
To a lesser extent the monounsaturated: duck fat, olive oil, etc.
In lower proportion the poly-unsaturated ''omega3/6'': cod liver oil,
egg yolk*. (Note: Polyunsaturates are not significantly present in the adipose tissue of herbivores potentially consumed in nature. Be careful not to overdose. Be careful to maintain a balance of 1:1 between omega 3 and omega 6.

What is the healthiest food for your dog?

Brown rice is a healthy and easily digestible food for dogs. Unless your dog is gluten intolerant, brown rice is an excellent source of carbohydrates. Brown rice is high in fibre, low in fat and is much less processed than white rice.
For household food, a "typical" ration will include: 1/3 meat (10 to 15g per kilo) or cooked fish. 1/3 of rice cooked for a very long time which brings energy. The daily amount will be adapted to your dog's energy needs.
dogs usualy willing and loving to  have bonesfood ,  why don't you give it to him as gift 

Take care of your dog, If You have any question don't hesitate to leave in a comment , we Will Be Happy to  answer You. 

exercises that you will help in the education of your dog

How do you teach your dog to be clean? 

Driving your dog in the right environment The canine species does not have the notion of right and wrong established by human beings. Therefore, your puppy does not understand that it is not okay to pee in the living room. For him, the tile or, even worse, the carpet, remains a surface like any other on which he can relieve himself. It is then up to you to show him the most suitable places.

It is fundamental to always lead your puppy to the same place Don't hesitate to take him out on a leash, so that he can do the following its needs where you have decided. This can be in the
garden, in front of the tree in front of your building, etc...
 it doesn't matter as long as you don't vary the location. He needs to know exactly where his toilet is. Teaching your puppy to be clean means teaching him not to clean relieve inside
 but also not to eliminate anywhere in the body   outside.
While walking, let him walk on the side of the gutter and in the grass as soon as possible, so that it does not make his needs on the sidewalk. When they are done,be generous with rewards and continue your walk. Don't come back from or next time, he will take everything you need. his time just for the pleasure of prolonging the outing.
Recognize signals

During his first months of life, your puppy has somevery distinct life times. He eats, he sleeps, he plays and explores the world around him. Observe it and look for clues that may indicate you are in the mood to eliminate. Your little ball of hair starts to turn in circles, sniffing the ground before squatting. Don't wait longer to take it outside! And then like babies, your little canine knows very well how to make themselves understood. Unlike a infant, he's not going to cry and ask you to do it. something, he's going to get rather excited. Maybe he'll will he bite you, bark at you, and bark without discontinuing, scratching the door, squeaking, etc. So many signs you can't miss,
which clearly mean that he will relieve himself. within seconds. It is then time to direct it to the place where you want it to go. relief.
Limit space
To start cleanliness education on a regular basis, you can good basics, put your puppy in a small room with a small room. The bathroom will do the job perfectly. Just like human beings, a canine does not sleep and never eats out of his excrement. The goal is to use your instinct.
natural to help him control his bladder. In addition, it will feel safer than in a big city.
house he does not know. Less stressed, he will have less likely to relieve themselves indoors.
as soon as you are away. It is for all those reasons why it can be smart to invest in
baby safety gates to delineate an area where a baby can be part of the room, or in a niche or a niche in a room. cage to its size. He must be able to stand up and to lie down with ease, without too much of space either. Otherwise, he will certainly find the to use the toilet in a corner, which is not a good idea. will not prevent him from sleeping on the other side. In the
case you are the happy owner of a puppy to become strong, please note that there are some
scalable models that follow the growth of your small protected. When you are at home, leave the door of your home open. cage, its niche or the open safety gate
so that your puppy can wander around in the home as he wishes. His space dedicated to him must
be warm and welcoming. It should contain toys, chewy treats and a blanket
for more comfort. There is a good chance that that your sweet companion makes some immediately its cosy little nest. If he fails to the place, let him get used to it little by little.
small. He must never associate his cage, his kennel or the piece attributed to him as a punishment. 

Pug Food advices

Pug food advices

                                     Beware of sweets, it wouldn't be good for the health and weight of this little pig. He tends to want to eat the same thing as you, be resistant if he begs you for leftovers! Many people will be touched by his big sad eyes, but he is particularly prone to being overweight.

It's best to stay away from grocery store kibbles, which use inexpensive, low-nutrient ingredients such as corn and wheat, and which must be eaten in larger quantities by the dog. A better quality formula will not cost much more in the long run, but it will promote the pug's good health.

The puppy should eat between three and four meals a day, but it is preferable to switch to two meals a day around the age of six months. It is also at this time that you can opt for a food formula for adult dogs. The amount of kibble to offer will vary depending on size, age and activity level - your vet or breeder can help you determine the right portions.

Finally, remove his bowl between meals to avoid force-feeding, but always give him access to a bowl of water to satisfy his thirst.  click for more

Pug breeding and health

Pug breeding and health

People wishing to buy a Pug still have to pay relatively large sums of money. With serious and trustworthy breeders, a Pug puppy costs between 1300 and 1500 euros. Most of the time, you know that you are investing your money in a good way. Indeed, by turning to a recognized and skilled breeder, you are guaranteed to adopt a Pug in good health and sanity, who will be able to spend long and beautiful years at your side.

It is important to keep in mind that responsible breeders who put the well-being and health of their puppies and their breeding stock first, barely cover their expenses. Appropriate living conditions, pedigree analysis before breeding, regular vaccinations and veterinary check-ups, quality food for the mother and puppies, and a healthy environment for the puppies represent significant costs for breeders.

Some dubious breeders seek to make a quick profit without taking into account the health of the animals. 
They can't give you any indication of the pedigree of the dogs they offer. This is why we advise you not to adopt a Pug "at a low price".
 If you don't want to spend that kind of money, try to go to an animal shelter! Who knows, your ideal companion may be waiting for you there, waiting to find a new home!

Despite the breeders' desire for strong and healthy animals, Carlins still have to fight against certain diseases to which they are predisposed. Many of these diseases have arisen as a result of intensive breeding, due to the fashion phenomenon that this breed has fallen victim to. Because of these physical characteristics, desired for years to correspond to an ideal of beauty, some Carlins still encounter respiratory problems today, since their very short snout tightens the respiratory channels. The pug's famous snoring is often due to a soft palate that is too long. His eyes are often affected by inflammation of the cornea and ulcers.

However, the breeding methods of the last few years, the efforts of the breeders as well as the modification of the breed standard in 2010 give us hope that the number of these diseases will decrease in the next few years.



cute pug


 Character of the Pug

In the canine world, the Pug's character is considered to be comparable to that of a little clown. It's not his curious, very wrinkled face, flat nose nor his big black eyes that make you smile, but the extraordinary sense of humour of this dog. With a Pug, every day has its share of new nonsense and nonsense, usually resulting in a good laugh for the owners.

This dog is incredibly playful. In spite of his very short legs, he likes to move and exercise himself. He is astonishingly skillful when jumping, playing games of skill or even accompanying his master on a short bike ride.

Moreover, the Pug is a real pooch that likes to stay at home. He sleeps a lot and loves little naps, lulled by his gentle snoring. In his basket, on the sofa or huddled on his master's lap, everything suits him! However, he cannot be called a small apartment dog. The Pug's character can change from one minute to the next! He can look quite calm or even lethargic and suddenly show exceptional dynamism, if something has aroused his curiosity. In these cases, the Pug will wag its tail, hop around and enjoy playing with its master or doing something else. In general, they are appreciated by their fellow pugs.

This big-hearted little fellow loves his master above all else and loves to accompany him wherever he goes. He follows his master's every move and is therefore a faithful companion. When he gets upset, for example when he feels that his master doesn't give him the attention he deserves, he can be stubborn and obstinate. When he pretends not to hear or see you, and deliberately ignores you, laughter is guaranteed!

This cheerful little dog does not bark or display aggressive behaviour. As such, it may underestimate the warning signs of a dangerous situation or even fail to detect them, for example, when it encounters other aggressive dogs. Pugs rarely allow themselves to be intimidated by other dogs. Perhaps he is proud to be a member of the molossoid category, according to the FCI's criteria.

cutest pug

History of the Pug

Although the Pug is perceived by the FCI as a breed originating from England, this dog is actually originating from China. It has been bred there for more than 2000 years as a dog, like dog. Today, it belongs to the category of molossoids, according to the FCI.

In the days of imperial China, having a Pug was a real privilege. This dog was considered the "emperor's dog": only the emperor could enjoy the company of a Pug and touch it. The life of these dogs was luxurious, to say the least. It was not uncommon for them to have the protection of a bodyguard.

The people could then retrieve these dogs when they were not suitable for breeding. Even in these cases, individuals wishing to purchase a Pug had to pay considerable sums of money. Thanks to the Dutch East India Company, this dog made its appearance in the Netherlands in the 1500s. The Pug conquered a few noble houses and became the beloved lapdog of distinguished ladies. During industrialization and the decline of the nobility houses, the Pug gradually fell into oblivion.

It is thanks to English breeders that the Pug breed avoided extinction. In the 1900's, this dog celebrated its comeback and gained more and more admirers all over the world. Over the years and through different breeding styles, some clichés have emerged about the character of the Pug. They are said to be "lazy, dull and voracious". In any case, true lovers of Pugs know how to appreciate the company of these dogs at its true value.