Fish dog food recipe

by | Dec 9, 2012 | Homemade Dog Food Recipes | 14 comments

Healthy and great for hyperactive dogs!

This is a great alternative to using red meat.  You can get cheap white fish in the supermarkets if you look in the freezer section.  As of writing this recipe Asda are doing a deal where you can buy two 1kg bags of frozen Pollock fillets for just £6.

We are using cabbage and mangetout but you can also try cabbage and kale, along with those ingredients we are also using sweet potatoes, carrots and parsnips.

Because this recipe is high in fibre it is excellent for dogs who have problems with their anal glands and helps keep them regular and the sweet potatoes are a natural soporific, so are good for hyperactive, anxious and nervous dogs!

Our ingredients

2 sweet potatoes, 3 parsnips, 3 carrots, 1 whole cabbage, 300g (1 1/4 cups) of mangetout, 2kg (2.2 lbs)of frozen white fish, 1 bag of couscous


add 2 large sweet potatoes

Dice two sweet potatoes and add to a large pot!

add 4 parsnips

Add the diced parsnips to pot!

add 4 carrots

Add diced carrots!

add whole cabbage

Add a whole diced cabbage!

add mangetout

Add the mangetout and boil veggies till cooked!

add frozen fish

Now add the frozen fish and cook on a medium heat until cooked, (about 10-15 mins)!

add couscous

Take off heat and add a bag of couscous!

Serve fish dog food to dog

Serve to dog, bag and freeze the rest.


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  1. Vanda Kewley

    Hiya, can’t find a mention of how much liquid to use?

  2. Carol


    Please can you tell me how much should a German shepherd weighing 34KG should eat of this per day

  3. Julie Whitfield

    Hi I will be making these in bulk. Once frozen do I ‘re heat or just feed to them once de frosted.

    • Jamie Shanks

      Just defrost. I usually just take out the night before.

  4. Nancy Crissman

    I have a rescue shitzu and can have only fish duck, lamb in meat. We can only have wheat oatmeal as fiber, that is it no vegetables at all not potato at all or rice. Any idea on food prep.


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