i am (again) writing this in my bed
i am devastated in my tiredness ha!
i left home at around 1 or 2 pm then i just got home few mins ago
i accompanied someone around town and headed to gym until dinner time, had dinner and went around city
i am extremely exhausted...
but it is always fun to know someone's life and daily activity
i mean it is an eye opening experience to know something new
my golden retriever is still a picky eater
it has been difficult to make him eat his dog food alone without any "side dish"
i have been trying to mix the dry dog food with canned wet dog food but he didn't like it at all
then i tried milk, after some times he got bored
i tried baby's foods, he also got bored
i tried to mix it with fruits n veggies (now he is a vegetarian canine since he was diagnosed with hypo allergic to meats), he then got bored as well
now it seems like besides a picky eater, he also is an easily get bored dog *sigh
so today i came up with great(est) idea after all these times *evil laugh*
so what did i do to the problem?
i did not cook a homemade food
i did not give him meat (i am not that despo, yet)
i did not give him human food (which he likes the most)
i mashed his dry dog food with blender
i mixed it with hot water, milk, and baby's foods
mixed together and baked it!
he was in love with it because it is crunchy and smellllllllsssssssssssssss damn good (fyi i used the tutti fruity baby's foods)
i guess my dog kinda hate the smell of his dry dog food
it does smell horrible hahahahahahahahahahaahahhahah
maybe i should switch to salmon flavor next time
his one is beef flavor and it smells strong
here's the recipe:
- 3 cups dry dog food (this is the portion i usually give my dog, it really depends on your dog's portion), use blender to mash the dog food
- 1 cup hot water
- 1/2 cup milk powder
- 1 cup baby's foods (i use the powder one) any flavor
mix all ingredients together until it becomes sticky (it is like cookie dough), put into a baking tray, put into the already heated oven (250 ºC for 15 mins) for 50mins, 250 ºC or until it becomes brown in color and crispy
let it cool down and serve it to your beloved dog
|good night! (:|