We all know drizzling gravy over our holiday feast tastes so good but the salt and onions we often put into our homemade gravy for Thanksgiving is harmful in higher amounts to our pets. If you currently feed a processed diet to your pet that they turn their nose up at, you could add some flavour by making up a gravy in your kitchen using these ingredients that are safe for your dogs and cats to eat and is sure to please the pickiest of eaters:
- chicken stock (no salt added)
- sweet potatoes
- liver (chicken or beef)
- tomato paste or puree
Cook the carrots, sweet potatoes and liver in a pan and add tomato puree, reduce heat and simmer for approximately 5 minutes. Put cooked contents into a blender and puree. Slowly incorporate chicken stock and continue to puree in blender until desired gravy consistency is achieved. Pour gravy into an ice cube tray for easy portions at meal time. Once frozen you can pop them out and keep in a freezer-safe container.
Tip: If you have a dehydrated dog or cat that you need to entice to drink water, defrost one of these gravy cubes and mix into their bowl of water to promote drinking.
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