Meg’s Make and Munch

Stapled A5 booklet
Full colour
£3.50 plus £1 P+P each (UK)

Wholesale discount available on 10+ copies – please contact me for details

Also available from the following sighthound organisations in the UK;
Barley Greyhound Sanctuary
Greyhound Friends UK
Greyhound Trust Hall Green
Hectors Greyhound Rescue
Miss Maggie’s Supper box
Seaside Greyhounds
Sighthound Rehoming UK

Making your own treats at home can be quick and simple, even if cooking is not really your thing. It also has some advantages over providing store-bought treats. This handy little booklet contains 8 simple treat recipes created especially for your pooch. There is something for everyday snacking, training treats and special occasions too.

Recipes include a range of nutritious ingredients including;

Carrots – great source of vitamin A, potassium and fibre. Also add sweetness, which dogs often like!
Peas – as well as being a good source of protein, peas contain iron, zinc, potassium and magnesium.
Parsley – contains anti-oxidants and can help soothe arthritis. May also freshen bad breath
Sweetcorn – contains linoleic acid, which is good for their coat and skin, as well as vitamins A and E
Eggs – high in protein, fatty acids and vitamins A and B12
Cheese – contains protein, vitamin A and calcium. Soft cheese contains lactose, so be careful if your dog is lactose-intolerant
Tuna – a good source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids. Choose skipjack tuna and feed in small amounts only, such as in treats
Sardines – an oily fish containing plenty of protein, vitamin D, vitamin B12 and calcium
Oats – can be used for dogs who are sensitive to wheat or rice. Contains vitamin B and linoleic acid
Cornmeal – full of protein for muscles and carbohydrates for energy. Often used in gluten-free diets

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