Top 10 Healthy Homemade Dog Food Recipes Your Yorkie Will Love

Yorkshire Terriers, like humans, need to eat well. Their diet should be balanced and contain a complex of all vitamins. Animals should eat meat, dairy products, and vegetables. Sometimes, unfortunately, dogs refuse pure vegetables, but even then they can be pleased.

Porridge “Field kitchen”

Boil the beef bone for a rich broth. Cook buckwheat porridge in this broth. Let it run thin to keep the smell and taste of the beef. Add freshly grated carrots and raw beef trimmings to the porridge. In no case do not use spices and salt, this should not be given to animals.

Vegetable pilaf “Dog’s joy”.

Stew finely chopped carrots, cabbage, and pumpkin (can be substituted for courgette) and lean beef farm. All these ingredients are stewed in a little water without adding oil. Then add rice to stewed vegetables with minced meat and cover with water, cover and leave for a while (about 15 minutes). As soon as the rice is cooked, the treat is ready.

Porridge “Favorite breakfast”

Put a pot of water on the fire, add oatmeal porridge to it. When the porridge is close to readiness, you need to add finely chopped pumpkin (without seeds) to it and continue to cook for a couple of minutes. After that, leave to cool, and before serving, mix with cottage cheese one to one. For animals, this dish will become a delicious and healthy breakfast.

Pet Health Meat

It’s no secret that dogs shouldn’t eat fatty meat. Many breeds are prone to liver disease and allergies. Most often, chicken meat causes allergic reactions, it must be given with great care, observing the condition of the animal. Fatty pork must be excluded, it is undoubtedly harmful to the health of a shaggy comrade. Based on this information, it is necessary to use beef or horse meat, these meat products are more useful for them.

Rinse the beef trim and cut it into small pieces. One raw egg is added to the meat. Grate the carrots and one stick of celery, then the vegetables are boiled in water for a couple of minutes or baked in the oven. Do not bring the grated vegetables to full readiness, otherwise, all the beneficial properties will evaporate. The meat soaked in the egg is mixed with carrots and celery so that some of the meat takes priority.

Delicacy “I want dessert”

Not all dogs eat raw vegetables, but most dogs eat them baked. Cut the carrots and pumpkin into small cubes. Place each piece in a ball of cottage cheese. If the cottage cheese is loose and you can’t roll a ball out of it, you can add a raw egg to it. Pieces of vegetables will end up in curd balls, which must be placed on a baking sheet and sent to the oven. Bake at medium temperature for about fifteen minutes. After readiness, the dessert must be cooled and then offered to your beloved pet, who will be very happy with such delicacies. It is worth remembering that not all vegetables are good for animals, but the suggested recipes are completely safe and healthy for any dog.

Dumplings with liver “Dog’s Life”


1 slice of rye bread

150 g beef or chicken liver

1 medium onion

1/4 cup milk

1 protein

2 tablespoons oatmeal

4 tablespoons wheat bran

a pinch of dried seaweed instead of salt


Cut the bread into small cubes. Pass the liver through a meat grinder along with onions and oatmeal. Mix with bread cubes, protein. milk. If necessary, put bran in the minced meat for density. Add dry seaweed. Form dumplings from the mass and roll them in the bran. Cook in boiling water for 5-10 minutes. The cooled dumplings can be poured with sour cream.

Omelet “Mon Ami”


1 tbsp. a spoonful of low-fat milk powder

2 eggs

3 tbsp. tablespoons of grated dry sheep cheese

2 tbsp. tablespoons of Brussels sprouts or other finely chopped vegetables


Stir milk powder in a little water and break eggs there. Fry everything in a pan. When the omelet is almost done, turn over and sprinkle with cheese, Brussels sprouts, or other vegetables. Roll up the finished dish.

Cocker Joe Diet Salad


250 g ground beef

2 cups broth

2 tbsp. tablespoons of olive oil

1/2 teaspoon salt

50 g chopped lettuce leaves

2 tbsp. spoons of bran

1 glass of 1% cottage cheese


Place the minced meat in a cold skillet and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, until crumbly. Then transfer the minced meat to a napkin, dry it, place it in a small saucepan and add the broth, oil, and salt. Distribute lettuce leaves so that they are covered with meat, pour bran on top, put cottage cheese in the center.

Treat “Black nose”


560 g beef liver or chicken liver

2 cups wheat germ

2 tbsp. tablespoons of flour

1 cup cooked barley

2 eggs

3 tbsp. tablespoons of nut butter

1 clove of garlic

1 tbsp. a spoonful of olive oil

salt optional


Preheat oven to 180 degrees. Combine the liver and garlic in a blender, when the mixture is smooth, add the egg and nut butter. Mix again until smooth. In a separate bowl, combine wheat germ, flour, and boiled barley. Add liver mixture, olive oil, and salt (optional). Stir well. Put the mixture in a baking dish and bake for about 20 minutes. When the finished dish has cooled, cut it into pieces. Keep refrigerated.

Meatballs with vegetables “Pet Show”


100 g chopped heart

100 g minced poultry

50 g shredded brains

1 small carrot

1 small beet

1 tablespoon bread crumbs

1 teaspoon finely chopped onion

1-2 tablespoons of milk

1 teaspoon bone meal


Peel carrots and beets, grate. Mix all the ingredients, shape the meatballs and bake for 5-10 minutes in the oven.

Alice White

Written by Alice White

Alice White, a devoted pet lover and writer, has turned her boundless affection for animals into a fulfilling career. Originally dreaming of wildlife, her limited scientific background led her to specialize in animal literature. Now she happily spends her days researching and writing about various creatures, living her dream.

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