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springermom0406
March 21st, 2007, 09:23 PM
Ok, I need a recipe for treats WITHOUT the following ingredients:

Oat, wheat, soy, corn, rice, yeast, chicken, beef, turkey, pork, salmon, rabbit, eggs, berries, potato, sweet potato, or green peas.

Riley is allergic to ALL of that according to bloodwork. Ugh.

I'll kiss whoever can find me a recipe LOL.

Winston
March 21st, 2007, 09:37 PM
Here is a doggie recipe book...!! Hope you find something useful

Cindy

:fingerscr

mummummum
March 21st, 2007, 09:42 PM
Ha ~ Great minds think alike Cindy, I just went to get your recipe book !

Springermom ~ I thought I had it rough. What the heck do you feed the poor guy ? Can you smush it up with some water and bake it ?

technodoll
March 21st, 2007, 09:51 PM
Oat, wheat, soy, corn, rice, yeast, chicken, beef, turkey, pork, salmon, rabbit, eggs, berries, potato, sweet potato, or green peas.

Riley is allergic to ALL of that according to bloodwork. Ugh

ouch! :eek: :o i don't know about the grains but for the meat, many dogs who are "allergic" to these proteins in commercial petfoods can eat them fine in a pure, non-processed state (whole and raw, or gently home-cooked). IMO it is worth a try, what have you got to lose? what if your boy can eat all these meats after all! ;)

mummummum
March 21st, 2007, 09:56 PM
Okay found one that I've reworked (so long as you know it's not yet been tested in Mumx3's kitchen :rolleyes:)

2 cups of either spelt, amaranth, garbanzo, or any flour of your choice
1 cup mashed chickpeas
1 tsp kelp powder
1/2 cup buttermilk
3 tbsp olive oil
1/4 cup unsulphured molasses
- 3/4 cup mixture of raw unsalted seeds (sesame, pumpkin, sunflower, etc.)

Optional:
any herbs or supplements you want to add (spirulina, red clover, parsley, dandelion leaf, marshmallow root, ginger, astragalus, etc.) cup of grated carrots or apples, chopped up green beans

Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Mix dry ingredients. Add oil, buttermilk and molasses. Knead together. Add water or a bit more milk if too dry. Add seed mixture and any optional ingredients. Let dough sit for hour. Roll out to desired thickness and cut into shapes with cookie cutters. Bake on oiled cookie sheet for approx 30 minutes. To crisp cookies, turn off oven and let cookies sit for at least one hour.

erykah1310
March 21st, 2007, 09:57 PM
Duck!
Something with duck, I dont have a recipe but just had to pop in with that.

What on earth do you feed???

springermom0406
March 21st, 2007, 09:59 PM
Ahh thank you! Your the best!

He eats a raw diet based with Bravo lamb blend & duck necks, and free goat meat from the butcher.

Yes I've heard he may not be allergic to the meat sources on raw diet. We just found out a month ago, so I'm going to give the raw diet (without those listed foods) for 6 mos or so, then slowly add them and see what happens. With his severe ear infections, I wantt o clear them up first.

mummummum
March 21st, 2007, 10:02 PM
Duck!
Something with duck, I dont have a recipe but just had to pop in with that.

What on earth do you feed???

A novel protein and a good idea but, duck is reallllly hard to cook hard cookies with because it is so oily.

Do you have a dehydrator Springermom ? You could slice up some lamb thinly and dry it. I've never tried oven-drying lamb but, a little jerky might be a nice treat.

springermom0406
March 21st, 2007, 10:13 PM
Ah that could work. I don't have a dehydrator but I could try the oven way.

Right now the only treats he can have are lamb lung, which is $20 for a not-so-big-bag in petsmart, and buffalo liver from bravo, which is really pricey. I'll try that recipe so we can have something homemade. Poor guy misses his cookies.

Prin
March 21st, 2007, 11:38 PM
Oh, that's a crazy list! Good luck! I hope he progresses with all the effort... :o :fingerscr :grouphug:

Oh, and if you get lazy, this company makes liver treats that are like brittle, so you can break of teeny pieces (so it's not as expensive :o).
http://www.barkingmadlife.com/
They've got ostrich and buffalo...

mummummum
March 21st, 2007, 11:45 PM
I can give an Amen to the buffalo from barking mad. Very stinky and the dawgz loved it.

springermom0406
March 22nd, 2007, 08:45 AM
Thanks Prin. I'll check that out.

Ahh. they only ship to Canada. I'll contact them and see if they'll make an exception ;)

Tommysmom
March 22nd, 2007, 08:57 AM
Can he have venison? We use the Wellness Pure Rewards venison treats for Tommy, they're like jerky and they're stinky and he loves them. None of those ingredients are in them.

lauriemak1947
March 23rd, 2007, 01:35 PM
My dog's colitis makes it difficult to give her treats. I suggest that you take some cooked fish, mash in some cooked carrots and make little balls out of it and then freeze them. Give them to the dog frozen...they are especially refreshing in the summer, and depending on the size...or shape of the treat, they can gnaw on it a bit as they eat it. Very healthy too. the fish gives them a gorgeous coat due to the fish oils.

ladyny75
March 25th, 2007, 10:11 AM
Hey everyone,
I am new to this website . I was search the web to see if i can get any recipes for my german sheppard because he also has food allergies and the food he is on he doesn't want to eat anymore and i am at a loss. He is allergic to beef, lamb, yeast, brewers yeast, milk and i am assuming since he is allergic that means all dairy products. I can't buy him any store bought treats. I have tried the all natural treats and he had on hell of a break out so the poor guy doesn't get any treats. If you can please help m i would appricate it:)