Jayda’s pup approved Super Bowl treat

Well, the Super Bowl is coming up Sunday and Jayda pointed out to me that we always forget to make her some yummy snacks for the big day.

To be totally honest, she was pretty disgusted and quite frankly heart broken that she was too old to make the cut for the Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet. She’s been training for months at the dog park, so I had to come up with something to ease her little puppy mind.

I decided to create a yummy concoction of mush to stuff inside her marrow bone to enjoy during the big game. It’s so smelly and wonderful that it even woke Malakai from his (all) daily nap on the couch and brought him dragging his fluffy feet into the kitchen.

They told me I should train other humans how to make this awesome stuff. They’re not the selfish type and it’s so easy to make. You can slap this goop together and smoosh it in a bone or kong just minutes before walking out the door.

Jayda’s Super Bowl Smooshy-Mush

You will need: a marrow bone or kong, beef, parmesan cheese, garlic, pumpkin, and a can of your pets favorite gluten free dog food.

1lb lean beef

1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese

1tsp garlic

1/4 cup pumpkin

3/4 cup of canned dog food.

First brown a pound of beef in a skillet and drain the grease. Then, add all the other ingredients to the bowl and mix it up until everything is pretty evenly distributed. Then stuff the mix into a marrow bone or kong.

For the best results freeze the bone over night. It will make your furkids go crazy trying to get the yummy concoction out.

Be sure to store any left over mush in the refrigerator or freezer. Your pup my cry if any goes to waste.

If you want to make this even more awesome for your little furry football fan try adding pieces of their kibble or dehydrated chicken bits like Mickey’s BBQ Chicken Jerky to the mix.

I’m sure your fur kids will be stoked about this treat, but what kinds of treats do you give your pets for the big game?

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