Papillon Names – Will You Find The Perfect Name For Your Puppy?
The following are some of the most common names given to puppies:
1. Biscuit (Biscuits)
2. Big Boy (Big Boys)
3. Buckwheat (Butterscotch)
4. Cheddar (Cheese)
5. Choco Chip (Chocolate Chips)
6. Cookie Monster (Cookie Monsters)
7. Cream Cheese (Cream Cheeses)
8. Dark Chocolate (Dark Chocolate Bars)
9. Double Decker (Double Dudes)
10. Dragonfruit (Dragon Fruit Pies/Fruit Smoothies)
11. Eggo Waffles (Eggo Waffles with syrup or syrup & jam)
12. Fruity Pebbles (Raisins)
13. Gingerbread Man (Gingerbread Men)
14. Golden Retriever (Golden Retrievers)
15. Green Apple (Green Apples)
16. Guava Juice (Guavas)
17. Honey Nut Cheerios Cereal Mixes (Honey Nut Cheerios cereal mixes with marshmallows & candy bits in them.)
18. Hot Cross Buns (Hot Cross Buns)
19. Key Lime (Key Limes – Key Limes Pie)
20. KitKat Chunky (KitKat Chunky Bars)
21. Little Miss Muffet (Little Miss Muffets)
22. Lucky Charms Cereal Mixes (Lucky Charms cereal mixes with marshmallows & candy bits in them.)
23. Moonpie (Moon Pies)
24. Nilla Wafers (Nilla Wafers)
25. Oatmeal Creme Pies (Oatmeal Creme Pies)
26. Oreo Cookies (Oreo Cookies)
27. Origin Unknown (Origin Unknowns)
28. PayDay (PayDays)
29. Peanut Butter Cracker (Peanut Butter Crackers)
30. Pepperoni Bread (Pepperoni Bread)
31. Pepperoni Pizza (Pepperoni Pizza)
32. Peppermints (Peppermints)
33. Pink Panther (Pink Panthers)
34. Pita Bread (Pita bread with hummus or butter)
35. Potato Chips (Potato Chips)
36. Raisin Bran Cereal (Raisin Bran Cereal)
37. Red Hots Hardcandy (Red Hots Hardcandy)
38. Red Vines (Red Vines)
39. Salt Water Taffy (Salt Water Taffy)
40. Smarties (Smarties Hardcandy)
41. Sour Patch Kids (Sour Patch Kids Hardcandy)
42. Sugar Smacks Cereal (Sugar Smacks Cereal)
43. Sweet Tarts (Sweet Tarts Hardcandy)
44. Tootsie Rolls (Tootsie Rolls)
45. Twizzlers (Twizzlers)
46. Vienna Sausage (Vienna Sausages)
47. Waffle (Waffles with butter and syrup)
48. Watermelon (Watermelons)
49. White Castles (White Castles)
50. Zebra Cake (Zebra Cakes)
Dog Food Recipes That You Can Easily Make At Home – Good Dog!
There are many different dog food recipes that are simple to make at home. And they can be a lot less expensive than what you buy at the store as well as being more healthy for our pets.
First of all, dogs need carbohydrates which are simple as sugars. Carbs are converted to glucose (sugar) and give the energy that they need to survive.
Second, dogs need protein. Different sources of this, such as meat, also serve as the building blocks for body structure. The muscles, bones, and organs are all made of protein.
The third element that is needed is fat. Even though people tend to be fat, dogs still need it for their bodies. It keeps their skin and fur nice and healthy looking. They also need it to absorb certain vitamins such as A, D, E, and K.
Here are some dog food recipes that you can make at home:
Easy Peasy Dog Food Recipe
2 pounds of cooked meat – chicken, beef, or lamb are all good sources. (Without the fat of course! Save that for other uses like homemade dog treats or dog snacks)
1 pound of cooked white rice
1 can of brown rice
1 large chopped carrot
2 chopped apples
4 stalks of chopped celery
2 tablespoons of olive oil (optional)
Add the meat, rice and vegetables to a large pot. Cook on medium-high heat for 20 minutes or until everything is warm. Stir every few minutes.
Store in an air-tight container in the fridge and feed your dog once or twice a day, as much as they want.
Meaty Beef Dog Food Recipe
One 10 ounce can of beef broth (No salt)
2 cups of water
1 pound of ground beef (Be sure to ask your butcher for lean ground beef)
1 cup of oatmeal (Not instant! Quick or old-fashioned will both work)
Meat is naturally rich in protein which is an important building block for a dog’s body. But the egg and oatmeal are good sources of carbohydrates too. You can substitute ground pork or ground chicken if you want to mix it up a little.
Add everything to a large pot and cook on medium heat until it starts to boil. Turn the heat down and let it simmer for about 20 minutes. Make sure to stir it often.
Let it cool and then store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator. You can feed your dog as much of this as he wants each day.
Canned Pumpkin Dog Food Recipe (for constipation)
1 15 ounce can of pumpkin (NOT pumpkin pie mix! Just plain pumpkin)
1 large scrambled egg
1 cup of oatmeal (Not instant! Quick or old-fashioned will both work)
A dash of Cinnamon (optional)
It may seem weird but a lot of dogs suffer from constipation. The pumpkin and egg in this recipe both help relieve it naturally without having to give them any sort of special dog laxative.
Add everything to a bowl and mix until it’s all smooth. Store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator and feed your dog as much as they want each day.
Carrot and Apple Dog Food Recipe
1 medium carrot, cut into coins
2 small apples, cored and chopped
1 small rib of celery, chopped
1 tablespoon of olive oil
This is a very healthy recipe that contains lots of nutrients and vitamins. The olive oil helps keep their skin and fur nice and soft.
Add everything to a pot of water and cook on medium-high heat until the carrots are tender. Turn the heat off and let it cool before giving it to your dog. Store any leftovers in an air-tight container in the refrigerator and feed your dog as much as they want each day.
Homemade Dog Food Recipe Summary
There are a lot of different recipes in this article so you’re going to have to pick and choose from a large selection. But don’t worry, you don’t ever have to make all of them. You can pick and choose whichever ones suit your needs.
If you’re going to be making any of these recipes for the first time then we recommend that you make a small test batch first. Half-fill a small pan with water and place on the stove. Add a couple of cups of water and whichever ingredients you want to use to make sure it tastes okay and then simmer until the vegetables are tender. If it looks and tastes good then you can go ahead and make a larger batch.
If your dog doesn’t like a particular recipe or food then don’t give up on it right away. Try mixing in a little bit of something they do like or maybe even try roasting, boiling, or baking the veggies or meat before making the food. Dogs have different tastes and sometimes it just takes a little experimentation to find out what their preferences are.
When you store the food, make sure you keep it in air-tight containers in a cool, dry place. You don’t want bugs or rodents getting into it and some dogs may decide to help themselves if you leave it out in the open!
Homemade dog food is a great way to ensure that your best friend is getting all of the nutrients and vitamins that they need. We hope you and your dog enjoy these recipes!
Sources & references used in this article:
The giant book of dog names by LB Morrow – 2012 – books.google.com
Calling the dog: The sources of AKC breed names by TL Papillon, AE Haigh – 1892 – Oxford University Press
Why we love the dogs we do: How to find the dog that matches your personality by AG Ray – Names, 1995 – Taylor & Francis
2010: Bashi and Lily by S Coren – 2012 – books.google.com
Inside of a dog: What dogs see, smell, and know by CK Yoon – 2009 – WW Norton & Company
Why are adoption fees so high? by L Richardson – Seven Minutes from Home, 2016 – Springer