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Dog Nog

Celebrate the holiday season with your furry friend by treating them to a healthy and delicious holiday-inspired snack. However, it's important to note that traditional eggnog is not suitable for dogs due to its high sugar content and potential alcohol content. To ensure your dog can safely enjoy a holiday treat, try making a simple Dog Nog recipe using goat's milk, which is loaded with probiotics for gut health, turmeric with its anti-inflammatory properties, and eggs as a good source of protein and fats. If you prefer to use raw eggs, just be sure they are fresh and from a trusted source to reduce the risk of salmonella. Additionally, if your dog is new to goat milk or eggs, it's best to introduce these ingredients gradually and in small amounts. You can even freeze the Dog Nog into ice cube trays for a convenient and portion-controlled treat. As always, remember to introduce any new foods slowly and consult with your veterinarian before making any significant changes to your dog's diet.



○ COOKING TIME: 20 minutes
○ SERVING: 1.5 cups


[1 cup] Goat Milk
[1] Egg, Separated
Pinch of Turmeric
Pinch of Cinnamon


Step 1.
Separate the egg yolk from egg white to 2 bowls 

Step 2.
Heat the goat milk, pinch of turmeric and cinnamon powder until just warm - not hot 

Step 3.
Whisk the warm milk into the egg yolk little by little then pour back into the pan and heat up while stirring constantly until hot but not boiling.

Step 4.
Whisk the egg whites until firm peaks.

Step 5.
Once the egg yolk and goat milk is hot you can stir in the egg whites.

Step 6.
Leave to cool until warm then you can serve to your pup 



Your egg yolk will scramble if the milk is too hot when you mix them together, but I wouldn't worry about it as your dog won't care in the slightest

Small dogs I'd only give 1/4 cup max, and larger dogs 1/2 cup.

You can also pour this on top of their dog food.

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