Monday Munchies: Doggy Biscuits

I hope that you enjoy my new part of the blog of Monday Munchies. Boy and I both love food. I am mostly a French cuisine kind of a gal, but Boy just loves food, period. I agreed with Boy that we needed to do more blogs on food because nutrition is key to a dog’s behavior. Truth be told, food can drive it. So we are going to share different healthy recipes that we find. We hope you enjoy! And please share in comments below if you find a better way to make our recipes too. 

Bone Appetite! 

Doggy Biscuits 


1 1/1 cups all purpose flour                  1/2 cup canola oil                                  
1/2 cup coconut flour                              2 eggs
1/2 rolled oats                                            3 tablespoons peanut butter
1 1/2 cups water, or as needed            1 tablespoon vanilla
1  tablespoon almond extract              2 tablespoon coconut oil 


  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Prep your cookie sheet.
  2. Mix together dry ingredients: all-purpose flower, coconut flour, and rolled oats. Make a well in the center of all the dry ingredients and gradually pour in water, oils, eggs, peanut butter, and extracts. Mix well. 
  3. On a flat surface use a rolling pin to roll out the dough. Cut the dough into desired shapes using a cookie cutter. Place the biscuits onto prepared cookie sheet.
  4. Bake the cookies for 20 minutes. After the cookies are baed turn off the oven and let them remain inside the oven for another 20 minutes to harden. 

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Boy the Old “Man” – Keeping Healthy with Dr. Harvey’s


About a year ago, my friend made a beautiful necklace for me to include charms and pictures. I laugh thinking about when people ask me who is who in the pictures. I talk about my kids, Morgan and Belle (my two dogs) and then, my man (Boy). My bloodhound/lab mix has always been referred to as “my man.”


He has been with me 11 years now and I wouldn’t want it any other way. An 11 year old Lab/bloodhound, according to my vet, is an impressive age. To me, a dog’s only down fall is that they don’t live long enough. I can tell Boy’s spirit is still young, but his body is changing. He wants to play ball, tug, and run, but more often times than not his body doesn’t keep up. Sometimes he will be going up to the stairs and his hips give out and I have to catch him. Those moments are truly heart breaking reminders of our limited time together.

Seeing more changes then the gray in his face, made me recognize that the old “man” needs something extra in his diet because to me, FOOD IS MEDICINE. 



I was excited to learn of “Golden Years” from Dr. Harvey’s. Golden Years is a supplement created specifically for senior dogs to help them fight disease and possibly increase longevity. It’s an impressive blend of herbs that have been used to prevent chronic illness.

Check out the Ingredient list: 
Spirulina, Lecithin, Nutritional Yeast, Garlic, Flax Seed Meal, Alfalfa Leaf, Kelp, Rose Hips, Fo-ti Root, Bilberry Leaf, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf, Ginger Root, Licorice Root, Nettle Leaf, Rosemary Leaf, Burdock Root, Red Clover Blossoms, Suma, Yellow Dock Root, Marigold Blossoms

A few months ago I started adding the supplement to his food and was thrilled to see that he has increased energy and more days with a skip in his step than before.

Makes me think; dogs are lucky to have us to guard over their health. Certainly, the least I can do for the old man after all these years. Thanks, Dr. Harvey’s, for making it possible with such an impressive product.

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Blog written by Michelle Huntting
Building the bridge of communication between dog and pet guardian.


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