We guarantee you fall into one of two categories in life:
- The breakfast eater
- The non-breakfast eater
Apparently breakfast is the most important meal of the day, however, two thirds of Britons and 31 million Americans don’t eat in the mornings.
Whether you wake up craving food first thing, or the thought of it makes you sick to your stomach, your furry friend will always be hungry enough for breakfast.
As it’s #BreakfastWeek we’ve compiled our top five favourite dog breakfast ideas for you to try out at home.
Even if you’re an avid breakfast-dodger, you can at least guarantee your pooch’s getting the gourmet treatment.
1. Blueberry Bacon Dog Treats
Full of antioxidants and smokey bacon goodness, even we’d be happy to eat these. Blueberries make the bacon healthier, right? Get the recipe here.
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2. Pumpkin Cinnamon Dog Waffles
If it weren’t for the Salmon Oil in these then we’d be all over them ourselves. Get the recipe here.
Expert tip: Salmon Oil’s excellent for alleviating dry, itchy skin and will help keep your dog’s coat shiny.
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3. Healthy Breakfast Cookies
Breakfast and Cookies in the same sentence? We’re sold.
Although this is a recipe for children, it’s perfectly safe for your pooch to enjoy if you omit the chocolate chips or substitute them for carob chips. Get your paws on the recipe here.
4, Breakfast Doughnuts
Want to know the best thing about these all-natural doughnuts? They’re perfectly safe for human consumption. Get in. Make them here.
5. Super-healthy Peanut Butter Pancakes
Because who doesn’t love pancakes? These gluten and wheat-free pancakes look beautiful and taste amazing too. Not that we didn’t have a nibble on them or anything. Make them here.
What treats do you feed your pup first thing? Share your tips and tricks (or simply link to your recipe) on Facebook! And remember, if you can’t be around to spoil your dog, lots of our fantastic Rover.com sitters provide dog boarding so you can leave your dog in good hands.