Easy Homemade Meat Loaf Recipe For Dogs

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Healthy And Homemade Woof Loaf

In these days, homemade treats and meals can be bought from merchants available in Singapore, but on days when you are feeling a little adventurous with some time to spare (like we mentioned, usually an hour tops!) take a whirl at awesome recipes like this one, found on Pop Sugar, recipe and photos by Sarah Lipoff. This recipe seems almost too good not to try, especially when we are aware how much our Pooches love Pup-loaves! We’d usually feed them a slice during dinner, and it is pretty filling for a small Dog like ours, so we’d reduce the quantity of kibble for the day. As for storage, we keep it in the fridge after its completely cooled, simply heat up a slice in the oven before serving!



1 pound (approximately 450 grams) lean ground Turkey

½ cup chopped Carrots

½ cup Peas

½ cup Oats

2 Eggs

3 hard-boiled Eggs



1. Preheat your oven to 350ºF (Approximately 176 Degree Celsius).

In a bowl, mix together the lean ground turkey, chopped carrots, and peas. Both are healthy for cats and dogs, giving them the nutrition they need for strong eyes and good digestion.

2. Add the oats and eggs. Mix until the loaf mixture comes together. Oats help your pet’s coat shine, and eggs offer extra protein. Lightly grease a loaf pan with olive oil and then add half the mixture to the pan.

3. Place the three hard-boiled eggs along the center of the loaf and then cover with the other half of the ground turkey mixture. Pop in the oven and bake for 45 minutes.

4. Cut a half-inch slice from the cooled loaf and offer it to your pet. He’ll be woofing for seconds! If feeding a slice to your feline, it’s a good idea to chop it up before adding it to her feeding dish.


Additional Information: Yield Makes 12 servings, Cook Time 45 minutes

Our Thoughts

A perfect recipe that is sure to be a big hit with the Furkids! As always, take note of your Pet’s allergies before making anything for them, if you are unsure, check in with your Veterinarian ☺ This recipe is also versatile, we can substitute ground Turkey for Chicken or Fish. And if you noticed, it’s also possible for Felines to enjoy too, Meow-loaf, anyone?