A dog friendly spaghetti inspired by Lady & The Tramp featuring ground chuck and ground pork with a mouthwatering sauce. You can use regular pasta or raise the healthy bar using supergreens pasta. Kirby and Kenzie give it 4 paws up so I know your dog will too.Read More
If you’re lucky enough to know a hunter this hearty meal has a light calorie count yet it’s filling at the same time. I guarantee the aroma will lure the finickiest dog to the kitchen for a nourishing bowl. Slice up some crusty bread for the humans for a complete meal.Read More
This is a savory twist on traditional beef stew based on Stifado (stee-FAH-though), a Greek stew that is typically made with a fair amount of onions, wine, tomatoes, and cinnamon. I've removed the onions and wine since those are huge no-no's for dogs. Also, unlike a typical beef stew, this one doesn’t have potatoes so it's a little more on the soupy side which is ok since dogs really need about 70% moisture in their daily diet.Read More
You know that big, scrumptious dinner served every year on Thanksgiving Day? The one everyone looks forward to with salivating anticipation? The one your dog is hoping you'll share?Read More
The majority of Kirby’s meals are homemade so I like to change it up to give him a variety of foods. This one has a lot of ingredients for their different healthy benefits but it’s so easy to make. Granted it’s not very pretty but the aroma while it’s cooking is divine. Even out of the freezer, once thawed it has such a fresh smell.Read More
I make these every month so I can't believe I've never posted the recipe. In fact I only realized that fact when some of Kirby's Facebook fans requested the recipe. I went to the blog to copy the link and discovered there was no link to copy! My only excuse is since I make them all the time it just didn't occur to me to post it.
Sometimes I like to be quite creative when creating a recipe for the Kirbster. Sometimes simple is good. This is as simple as it gets - just chop, blend and bake. Kirby knows what he does and doesn't like. For example he will not eat carrots or green beans so this is a great way to sneak them into his diet.Read More
When we attend the local Cotton District Festival I always have to have a greek gyro (pronounced yeer-oh). Kirby thinks he needs a few bites as he sits watching me eat. He is a perfect gentle dog as he patiently waits without making a sound so of course I do save him a few tasty bites he greedily devours.Read More