Make grain free dog treats by blending veggies!
Feed to your dog with a spoon, syringe or cake icing tube.
These vegetable smoothies can be mixed by hand, with a food processor, or with a blender.
Human smoothies are generally served chilled, but smoothies for dogs can easily be served at room temperature.
However, it'd be best to refrigerate or freeze any leftover portions.
If it's a very hot period, you can freeze the smoothie mix into ice cube trays or popsicle molds; otherwise, add ice cubes when blending.
Another idea is to use a cold soup recipe, and turn that into a vegetable smoothie. Dogs' digestive systems are not quite the same as that of humans, so be aware that some foods should be avoided. See more on that here.
Blend each 1/4 C with one of the following:
Spices and garnishments that can be added include:
A few ideas for combining vegetables and adding spices to make these grain free smoothies:
Feel free to mix and match these ingredients to make your dog's favorite combination!
Since onion (even the powder) and avocado are toxic for dogs and tomatoes mildly so (see Dangerous Foods For Dogs) it's best to leave those out. Nutmeg is also on that list.