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    Fun Recipes

    Paw Bomb Pops

    Paw Bomb Pops

    The dog days of summer are upon us. Time to cool down with a delightful little funcitonal treat. Combining the delicious and beneficial ingredients like berries, turmeric, goats milk and so much more!! These treats are bound to hit the spot.  Try any individual flavor or try them all in a fun layered treat.



    Blue Lake Razz

    1 Cup - Primal Blueberry Pom Burst

    1/4 Cup - Your Favorite Pet Friendly Bone Broth

    Handful of Raspberries

    2 1/4 tbsp - Coconut Oil

    1 tsp - Humboldt Wildflower Honey

    1/2 tbsp - Wildly Blended Blue Spirulina


    Mad River Red

    1/2 Cup - Beet Juice

    1/2 Cup - Your Favorite Pet Friendly Goat Milk

    1/4 Cup - Your Favorite Pet Friendly Bone Broth

    Handful of Frozen Strawberries

    2 1/4 tbsp - Coconut Oil

    1 tsp - Humboldt Wildflower Honey

    1/2 tbsp - Turmeric



    Morning Fog White

    1 Cup - Your Favorite Pet Friendly Goat Milk

    1/4 tsp - Wildly Blended 12 Mushroom Matrix or other mushroom powder

    1/4 Cup - Coconut Water

    2 1/4 tbsp - Coconut Oil

    Blend 'em all up seperately and layer into your favorite mold! Try any individual flavor or try them all in a fun layered treat.


    Piña Puplada

    Piña Puplada

    This one is fun and sharable! A blend of coconut, goat milk, and pineapple this is a great summer treat for your pup. Pineapples are packed with vitamin C and B, antioxidants, manganese, and enzymes! Couple that with the probiotic superpower of Goat Milk and the hydrating punch of Coconut Water and it truly is the perfect summer sipper. 


    1/2 Fresh Pineapple, Peeled, Cut into 1 1/2 - inch Pieces

    6 oz Your Favorite Pet Friendly Goat Milk

    2 oz Coconut Water

    1 Tbsp Coconut Oil

    *Perhaps a Sandra Lee portion of Rum for the Pet Parents*


    Blend up and garnish with unsweetened raw coconut shreds. Freeze in shape molds or serve in a small bowl.

    Lucky Green Smoothie

    Lucky Green Smoothie

    Fill up your pet’s bowl with a little extra luck! Just a fun little way to kick off the spring with your little furry pals.

    First up, Primal's Green Goodness is a delicious probiotic full of antioxidants and vitality enriching Quinoa and Kale. 

    Next up, Green Juju combines collagen-rich Bison bone broth with tons of bright and nutritious leafy greens.  A real anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant-rich, detoxifying powerhouse. Similarly, Primal's Edible Elixers combines gut supporting pork bone broth, power greens like kale and parsley, antioxidants through chia and sardine oil, and a blend of omegas and MCTs.

    Additionally for a little thickness comes the Bones & Co Goat Whip. This Goat Whip is a great probiotic treat with gelatin to support healthy hips and joints. Rounded out with anti-inflammatory cinnamon and turmeric too!

    Lastly, a bushel of mint for a kissably fresh breath and Green Spirulina for color and that nutritious punch!


    3 tbsp Goat Whip

    1/4 cup Green Juju or Primal's Edible Elixirs

    1 cup Primal Green Goodness

    3-5 Fresh Mint Leaves

    1 1/2 tsp Green Spirulina 

    Now just blend it up and serve!

    Double up the batch for a multi-pet family and store it in the fridge for up to 5 days. For a fun frozen treat, toss it in a silicon shape mold and freeze! Perfect for those occasional sunny spring days!

    Adding Freshness to Your Pets Bowl

    Adding Freshness to Your Pets Bowl

    Over 90% of pets worldwide are fed kibble. We are very much seeing a shift towards fresh and raw foods, with these being the fastest growing segment in the pet industry. There will always be those hesitant to use exclusively raw or simply be prohibited from in for one reason or another. 

    This is where fresh or raw toppers come in! Just by replacing a quarter of their kibble with a fresh product can have huge impact on their health, vibrance, and longevity. Fresh or raw fed pets also typically avoid common health conditions like renal failure, skin issues, leaky gut, cancer, etc. Adding boosters makes our pets bowl more colorful, palatable, and extra nutritious. 


    With kibble being devoid of all moisture that our pets would naturally consume in a fresh or raw source, they are missing out on a huge part of their regular diet. Both cats and dogs naturally are biologically expecting to get upwards of 75% of their moisture from their food, meaning that they probably wont be able to make up for that with a few trips to the water bowl. Moisture is a key part to proper digestion, healthy skin, and overall body function. Simply soaking kibble in water 5-10 minutes before feeding can ensure that our pets are eating their moisture instead of being forced to drink it. Items like Bone Broth and Goat's Milk can add beneficial probiotics, anti-inflammatory properties, collagen, and much more! 

    Fresh and Raw Meats

    Fresh and raw meats from either the market or branded toppers like the ones from Primal, Small Batch, Vital Essentials, or Stella & Chewy all add a plethora of benefits. Fresh fish products are chalk full of fresh Omega 3's and 6's. Mackerel is rich in Selenium, Sodium, and Magnesium! Other similar meat items that you could get right from the market would be eggs (raw or cooked without seasoning) and organ meats such as liver or kidney. Pasture Raised and Finshed animals, wild caught or hunted animals will always be incredibly rich in omegas as well as other trace nutrients.

    Fruits, Veggies, and Kelp

    Fruits and Veggies are packed full of phytonutrients, antioxidants,  prebiotics, and much much more! Fruits and Veggies are typcially recommended to be puréed in order to boost digestion and absorption. Popular add-ins are berries, leafy greens, and pumpkin. Kelp and other phytoplankton can be great sources of omegas as well as aiding in anti-inflammation and anti-cancer properties. 

    Magic Mushrooms

    Ok not actually, but edible mushrooms are another great addition to your pets bowl! Dried powdered mushrooms like these from Holistic Hound typically have a blend of medicinal mushrooms with health benefits including immune support, rich in antioxidants, digestive aide, detoxifier, and even helping with seasonal allergies. 

    Feeding our pets can be fun, engaging, enlightening, and educational! At the end of the day, there is no perfect way to do it. Learn with your pets, find out what they really crave, and improve their lives a bowl at a time. 


    For further research on kibble boosters:

    Holiday Pet Recipe

    Holiday Pet Recipe

    This month, we asked our customers to send in their favorite pet recipe that is purrfect for the holidays.

    We chose this recipe from Amy Conlin.


    3 Ingredient Pumpkin & Peanut Butter Dog Treats

    Prep Time: 10 mins
    Cook Time: 30 mins
    Total Time: 40 mins


    1. One cup oats (old fashioned, 1-minute oats, or instant), plus more if needed- see instructions
    2. 1/3 cup pumpkin pureé (not pumpkin pie filling)
    3. 1/4 cup natural peanut butter


    4. Preheat your oven to 300F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
    5. Add the oats to a food processor and grind until they reach a fine powder. Add in the pumpkin and peanut butter and blend until a sticky dough is formed.
    6. Remove from the processor and roll out on a lightly floured surface. (I used brown rice flour because my dog is sensitive to wheat, but if yours is not you could use wheat flour, more ground oats, or another flour that you have on hand). Cut out cookies using a small cookie cutter of any shape, or alternatively just cut into squares with a knife.
    7. Lay the treats on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 25 to 30 minutes, until the treats are dry and hard. Let cool before giving to your pup and then store in an airtight container.