Our puppy Charlotte Mae, is turning 2 this Friday. She was born on May 29, 2007. Since her birthday falls during the Memorial Day weekend, I knew that I’d have time to bake her some homemade treats! She has a really hard job all week, sleeping 10-12 hrs every day when we’re at work on her over-sized pillow and mini body pillow.
One big challenge that I have with her is that she has sensitive stomach, and the only food that she’s been able to eat without having reactions to it has been Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance Allergy Formula Food. The three types that we know for sure that she’s not allergic to is the Sweet Potato with Venison formula; Potato with Duck, and Sweet Potato with Salmon.
All of these restrictions made it a little bit tough for me to find just the right recipe where she is not allergic to. I saw two recipes online that I thought was simple and can be modified to fit Charlotte’s dietary needs, and this was one of them.
Charlotte was so excited to get a little early birthday treat that she can enjoy during the hot days. We used to love getting her the frosty paws from the store, and this was a better option. Not only that it was inexpensive & easy to make, I know for sure that I have quality ingredients.
If you have a furry friend that would love this, make sure to give this a try!!
1 banana (1 large jar banana baby food)
2 Tbsp peanut butter
2 Tbsp honey
The great thing is you can play with recipe and add stuff that your dog likes.