Fall Omelet is a nice quick meal that you can put together at the same time as your breakfast. Dogs love the taste of pumpkin, and it is good for their coat, too.
Preparation Time: 20 mins Makes: 7 1-cup servings.
3 cups whole milk cottage cheese
2 ripe bananas, mashed
1 cup pumpkin puree
3-4 slices canned peaches in natural juice
Step 1. Mix together the cottage cheese, mashed bananas, and pumpkin puree.
Step 2. Fold the peach slices into the cottage cheese mixture. Set aside.
Step 3. Lightly beat the eggs together and cook in a saute pan for about 5 minutes until no longer runny. Let cool.
Step 4. Place the cooked egg in the feeding bowl and top with the cottage cheese mixture.
Notes: if using canned pumpkin, use plain pumpkin, not pumpkin pie filling.
Pumpkin supplies fiber that can either firm up or loosen stools. Reduce the amount of pumpkin if your dog has loose stools with this recipe.
For small dogs, 1 cup; medium dogs, 2 cups; large dogs, 4 cups. Feed twice a day.
Calcium. Add 300 mg calcium per 1-cup serving.
Nutritional Information per 1-cup serving
Dietary Fiber 1.9g
From The Healthy Dog Cookbook