Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Veggie Biscuit

It's been a while that I have not updated my blog...blame it on my work.

Have taken 2 days off during Chinese New Year and I have tried out this very healthy biscuit recipe "Veggie Biscuit". I used whole wheat flour, canola oil, broccoli, green peas, carrots or pumpkins and freshly cooked chicken broth.
At first, I am a abit worried that my dogs will not like the smell of veggie...but luckily they like the biscuit luckily even the picky eater "Hapi" like the biscuit too..
I wanted to bake some very healthy biscuits for my dogs, once a while they will have the Liver biscuits or treats and most of the time they will eat the "Healthy Biscuit" that consist of Oatmeal. The funny things about my dogs is that they never get bored with their daily Oatmeal breakfast. They still jumped around and happily waiting for their breakfast each morning.

Happy Chinese New Year


Wishing every one a Happy Chinese New Year and May the Ox Year bring you good health, happiness and prosperity this year.

Best wishes from
Mike, Tom, Hapi, Jolly, Tiki and Kon

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Recipe: Chicken Meatloaf

Have been exhausted recently from my new job therefore did not have time at all to update my blog recently. Please try out the following recipe, your furry friends will love it.

Recipe: Chicken Meatloaf

800g Minced Chicken
200g cooked porridge
2 eggs
4 cooked (hard-boiled) eggs


Preheat oven to 200 degree celsius

In a big bowl, add in cooked porridge, minced chicken, eggs and mixed well

Put half of the above in a square baking tin and put sliced hard-boiled eggs on top and then pour the remaining mixture on top

Put in to Oven and baked for 30 minutes or insert a toothpick in the centre and when the toothpick come out clean then the meatloaf is cooked.

Saturday, January 3, 2009


Protein are the most critical componet of food for our canine friends. Dogs need proteins to produce hairs, nails, tendons, cartilage and all the connective tissues that support the rest of the tissues and organs in the body so adequate proteins is important for dog's growth and proper development, for muscle development and strength, for a functioning immune system, for the production of functioning hormones, for the proper volume of blood, for injury repair and prevention and much much more.

Protein is the most important of all the nutrients in dogs food.

Dogs can get proteins from both animal and plant resources. Example of complete protein resources that come from animals are eggs, lean meat.

Dogs major source of proteins should be animal products not grains. Don't buy a dog food that contains soyabean meal, soy flour or corn gluten meal. Dogs that have sufficient enzymes to digest them.