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Homemade Hypoallergenic Dog Food Recipes


Homemade Hypoallergenic Dog Food Recipes

Caring for a dog that has sensitivities can present challenges. Also offers an opportunity to explore the art of preparing hypoallergenic meals for your cherished furry friend.

Here at Bounce and Bella we recognize the significance of serving your furry buddy with nourishing and easy, stomach food options. Lets now explore a variety of recipes that you can easily prepare in the comfort of your kitchen!

1. Turkey and Sweet Potato Feast

Turkey serves as a source of protein, for dogs that may have sensitivities to the usual chicken or beef options. Below are instructions, on preparing a turkey and sweet potato meal;

  • Ingredients; Turkey mince, sweet potatoes, carrots, green peas and olive oil.
  • Instructions; Boil the potatoes and carrots until they are soft. In a pan sauté the turkey mince, in a bit of olive oil until it turns brown. Mix all the ingredients along, with the peas gently mash them and serve after allowing it to cool down.

2. Salmon and Pumpkin Delight

Salmon is a source of protein that can be an option for dogs with allergies. When paired with pumpkin this meal provides nutrients. Is gentle, on the stomach.

  • Here are the ingredients you'll need; Salmon fillets without bones, pure pumpkin (make sure it doesn't have any ingredients) fresh green beans and olive oil.
  • Method: Steam the salmon until fully cooked. Steam green beans until tender. Mix the salmon and green beans with pumpkin puree and a drizzle of olive oil. Cool and serve.

3. Lamb and Rice Medley

Lamb is often recommended for dogs with allergies as it's less likely to cause a reaction than other meats.

  • Ingredients: Ground lamb, cooked brown rice, zucchini, and coconut oil.
  • Method: Cook the ground lamb thoroughly. Steam zucchini until it’s soft. Combine lamb, zucchini, and cooked brown rice with a spoonful of coconut oil for a tasty and easy-to-digest meal.

4. Venison Veggie Mix

Venison is a novel protein for many dogs, which means it's less likely to trigger allergies.

  • Ingredients: Ground venison, butternut squash, spinach, and flaxseed oil.
  • Method: Cook the ground venison until no pink remains. Boil or steam the butternut squash until tender. Sauté spinach lightly. Mix all ingredients with flaxseed oil for a nutritious dish.

5. Duck and Pear Puree

Duck is another novel protein that's good for allergic dogs, and pears are great for their fibre content.

  • Ingredients: Boneless duck breast, ripe pears, broccoli, and hemp oil.
  • Method: Cook the duck thoroughly and steam the broccoli. Blend cooked duck, steamed broccoli, and ripe pears until smooth. Add a splash of hemp oil for a smooth puree.

Feeding Tips

  • When introducing foods to your dog it's best to do it to watch out for any negative reactions. It's important to check with your vet before making adjustments to your dog's diet especially if they have allergies or other health concerns. 
  • Make sure to remove all bones from the meat and cook all vegetables thoroughly to help with digestion.

Crafting home cooked meals for your furry friend can bring a lot of joy. With these recipes you'll have full control over what goes into your dog's dish. Healthy allergy friendly ingredients that will surely keep them happy! Don't forget, at Bounce and Bella we're here to assist you in giving your pets top notch care. Happy cooking!

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  • Darren Clunie