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Last Updated on 12/06/2024 by Denise Leo. Post first published on November 13, 2023.

You may think that the Pomeranian breed gets its name because these adorable dogs resemble bunches of very fluffy pom-poms that have been glued together, but you would be wrong. These cute fur balls on legs are cuddly, energetic, and lovable.

This comprehensive eBook is your ultimate guide to preparing nutritious, delicious, and Pomeranian-friendly meals. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or new to canine cuisine, our easy-to-follow recipes are designed to meet your Pomeranian’s dietary needs.

From protein-packed dinners to healthy treats, each recipe is vet-approved and tailored to keep your pup happy, healthy, and energetic.

It features a variety of meals and special occasion treats.

It’s a journey towards a happier, healthier life for your beloved Pomeranian. Start cooking up a storm and watch your pup’s tail wag in anticipation of mealtime!

I will explain why your Pomeranian needs a home-cooked diet and what the best Pomeranian food is. Have you ever considered what ingredients go into that bag or can of food you give your beloved Pomeranian daily? If you have, the good news is that you’re certainly not alone.

From what I have seen, the main reason why dog lovers choose homemade diets is because they’re greatly concerned about the quality of the food they are feeding their family members. What are the addictive substances in that monster-size bag of kibble?

This is why it’s essential that you only give them healthy foods that make them happy, whether it’s commercially bought dog food or homemade dog food recipes for Pomeranians that you create over years of feeding your dogs.

Pomeranian Dog Food Recipes Book 

If you want to try homemade dog food for Pomeranians for yourself, I can recommend a fabulous book to read:

Pomeranian Food Recipes are available ONLY here at the #1 Pomeranian Information site, which contains healthy Pomeranian dog food recipes.

Homemade Dog Food for Pomeranians recipe book contains recipes for dishes suitable for all Pomeranian dogs.

If you’re considering home cooking for your pet, Pom, you are far from the only person doing it.

Many dog owners are investigating their options regarding Pomeranian recipes to give their dogs healthy foods without risking the horrendous pitfalls of numerous commercial foods.

These are some of the typical reasons for wanting to move away from commercially-produced dog foods:  

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Recipes include:

  • BREAKFAST DELIGHTS.
  • Fluffy Peanut Butter Pancakes.
  • Chicken and Egg Breakfast Scramble.
  • Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Bowl
  • Blueberry Banana Pancake Bites.
  • Sweet Potato Hash with Turkey.
  • Yogurt Parfait with Berries.
  • Carrot and Apple Breakfast Muffins.
  • Turkey Sausage and Cheese Omelet.
  • Egg Mini Quiches.
  • Banana Peanut Butter Breakfast Smoothie.
  • Pumpkin Spice Pancakes.
  • Salmon and Egg Breakfast Bowl
  • Cheese Egg Muffins for Dogs.
  • Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich.
  • Cranberry Almond Breakfast Bars.
  • WHOLESOME SNACKS.
  • Carrot and Apple Bites.
  • Frozen Yogurt Popsicles.
  • Sweet Potato Chips.
  • Blueberry and Banana Smoothie Treats.
  • Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Cookies.
  • Chicken and Cheese Biscuits.
  • Bean and Cheese Muffins.
  • Watermelon and Mint Ice Cubes.
  • Coconut and Oat Bars.
  • Turkey and Cranberry Bites.
  • Cheese and Carrot Sticks.
  • Green Bean Crunchies.
  • Tuna and Rice Balls.
  • Banana and Peanut Butter Frozen Treats.
  • HEARTY SOUPS AND STEWS.
  • Chicken and Vegetable Stew with Brown Rice.
  • Beef and Barley Stew with Carrots and Peas.
  • Turkey and Sweet Potato Chowder.
  • Turkey Soup with Quinoa.
  • Lamb and Lentil Stew with Green Beans.
  • Chicken and Pumpkin Stew with Apples.
  • Beef and Potato Soup with Green Peas.
  • Turkey and Rice Stew with Carrot.
  • Fisherman’s Catch Chowder with Mixed Veggies.
  • Pork and Potato Stew.
  • Chicken and Rice Soup with Celery and Parsley.
  • Turkey and Pumpkin Stew with Zucchini
  • Lamb and Brown Rice Soup with Butternut Squash.
  • TASTY TREATS.
  • Cheesy Chicken Meatballs.
  • Peanut Butter and Banana Biscuits.
  • Turkey Jerky Strips.
  • Carrot and Apple Pupcakes.
  • Pumpkin and Oatmeal Cookies.
  • Blueberry and Yogurt Drops.
  • Beef Liver Bites.
  • Cheese and Oats Square Cookies.
  • Tuna and Rice Balls.
  • Chicken and Carrot Muffins.
  • Cranberry and Turkey Treats.
  • Cheese and Bacon Twists.
  • Sweet Potato and Chicken Nuggets.
  • Coconut Chews.
  • NUTRITIOUS MAIN COURSES.
  • Salmon and Sweet Potato Mash.
  • Turkey and Quinoa Bowl
  • Beef and Vegetable Stir-Fry.
  • Chicken and Brown Rice Casserole.
  • Lamb and Pea Stew.
  • Tuna and Beans Pasta.
  • Pork and Carrot Medley.
  • Venison and Potato Hash.
  • Duck and Green Bean Stir-Fry.
  • Rabbit and Pumpkin Stew.
  • Bison and Bean Bowl.
  • Cod and Cauliflower Bake.
  • Kangaroo and Sweet Pea Mash.
  • Trout and Zucchini Medley.
  • SUPPLEMENTS AND BROTHS.
  • Chicken Bone Broth Boost.
  • Omega-3 Power Bites.
  • Pumpkin Puree Pup Potion.
  • Glucosamine Gelatin Gummies.
  • Coconut Oil Coolers.
  • Calcium Crunchies.
  • Probiotic Paradise.
  • Carrot Calcium Cookies.
  • Turmeric Tonic.
  • Flaxseed Fiber Fix.

What’s the Best Food for a Pomeranian Dog?

What should Pomeranians eat? The best dog food for Pomeranians is homemade or raw feeding. There are always factors you need to remember when you compare manufactured dog food and food that has been homemade for your  Pomeranian.

Let’s start by looking at the dog foods available in today’s marketplace. The canine food manufacturers make billions of dollars every year.

Unfortunately, most of the products they’re selling are made from low-grade and sometimes unhealthy ingredients that can make your Pomeranian very ill and can even cause premature aging or death.

It’s downright depressing to see all the dog foods being recalled from stores because of the serious problems they cause the dogs who are forced to eat them.

The Commercial Pet Food Industry Doesn’t Have Tight Regulations

You may be unaware that, unlike the food you dish up for yourself and your human family, the government doesn’t have much in the way of regulations regarding pet food. Nobody is responsible for ensuring pets receive only the best quality food to keep them healthy.

Some regulations govern the manufacture and distribution of pet food, but they don’t cover whether the food is digestible, absorbable, or decent quality enough to feed people’s animals. This means you must trust the manufacturers and rely on the complete accuracy of the food labels on everything you buy.

This is not satisfactory for many dog owners, especially those who have previously faced problems when using commercial pet foods. Surprisingly, even some of the foods endorsed by vets don’t live up to the hype, and some have caused problems in pets.

Between the absence of proper regulations and the uncertain quality of many types of pet foods prepared commercially, it’s not surprising that more pet lovers are becoming increasingly wary of feeding their pets these foods.

Not all commercial dog foods are of poor quality, but because the bad ones have forced people to lose trust in the pet food industry, many owners are keen to learn to create their homemade pet foods.

The Biggest Downside To Creating Home-Made Pet Food. I applaud all Pomeranian lovers who commit to feeding their beloved Poms homemade food. However, this is where a big problem can occur. If you plan to create home-cooked Pomeranian food, it needs to be done correctly, and this means it must be a well-balanced diet with lots of variety.

I have seen many dogs with health problems caused by an unbalanced, homemade diet. Owners may have the best intentions in the world, but if they change their Pom’s diet to one filled with homemade food, their dog’s health can be affected quite severely.

Ironically, this is the thing owners are trying to avoid by changing to a diet of healthy homemade food in the first place. I’ll explain how you can avoid this problem shortly.

Human-Grade Food: It’s Not Only for Humans

If the commercial food you’re feeding your Pomeranian doesn’t contain genuine human-made ingredients, you’re using rendered protein.

Rendered meat is bits and pieces of various animals; nobody knows exactly what’s used. This is very poor quality food with zero nutrition, and it’s unfit for consumption by your Pom.

The problem is that commercially manufactured pet food that only uses human-grade ingredients is more than three times the price of lower-quality food. This is one reason to change to homemade food: You control everything your Pom eats, and you’ll know it’s all high-quality, human-grade food instead of the poor offcuts.

Grain Free Dog Food

When thinking about a balanced homemade diet, you can ensure it’s the best food for your species. Most dog owners are gradually learning about the ideal food combinations for their dog(s).

For example, many do not realize a carnivorous dog shouldn’t be fed huge amounts of grains, rice, wheat, and soy. Dogs don’t need grain, and many find grains very hard to digest, so there’s no point wasting time and money feeding your animals those foods.

Depending on your location, you may have trouble finding commercial pet foods that are affordable, contain human-made ingredients, and have no grains. This is yet another reason why home-made foods are a good idea. It can be cheaper and reduce frustrations caused by trying to find the best commercial foods at the best prices.

Preservatives and Additives

Most commercially manufactured pet foods contain artificial colors, preservatives, chemicals, and emulsifiers that owners don’t want their pets to eat daily. Even the top-of-the-range brands use more fats and flavor enhancers to make the food more appealing to pets despite being unhealthy.

Other Benefits of Using Homemade Pet Food

Many of the advantages of using home-made foods have already been covered.

Here are more of them:

  • You control every ingredient that does and does NOT go into your dog’s food. Preservatives and additives can be eliminated.
  • You can choose the ideal vegetables for your individual Pom’s needs at the time, whether you need more antioxidants or perhaps food with medicinal properties.
  • You select the specific meats to feed your Pomeranian. This is good if your dog is allergic to a certain protein.
  • When you choose home-made foods, you can decide when bargains are available. Buy large amounts of vegetables and meats when they are on special. Prepare foods and package or freeze them until needed (weeks or months ahead if you have the space).
  • If you have neighbors or friends who do the same thing, you can go shopping together and buy in even bigger quantities when the sales are on. This can save money and time and allow the group to share the preparation work. The best benefit of creating your homemade foods according to balanced recipes is that you know your Pom is getting nothing but the best, and that will give him everything he needs to enjoy life.

Your Pomeranian will enjoy regular foods that are highly nutritious, species-appropriate, well-balanced, and with the right amounts of vitamins and minerals to keep him as healthy as possible.

Think of Some Commercial Dog Food as “Fast Dog Food”

People eat foods such as burgers, tacos, fries, and other greasy junk food, even though they’re all low-quality and can cause harm in the long run.

These foods are heavily processed. Now, equate that to dogs and the “fast foods” they consume. It’s unhealthy for people and canines.

Dog food manufacturers are the only people who don’t see the danger in constantly feeding dogs the highly processed foods they create every day.

People and dogs share approximately 75% of their genetic makeup. Our nutritional requirements are similar as well. When we eat low-quality fast food that directly causes harm, the same thing happens to our dogs, but at a faster rate.

Pomeranian Food Recipes
Pomeranian Food Recipes

Why Manufactured Dog Food is NOT the Best Food for Pomeranians

These are some of the typical reasons for wanting to move away from commercially-produced dog foods:

Fillers 

The chief difference between low-quality and high-quality manufactured canine foods is the quantity of fillers within the product. Fillers are ingredients with zero nutrients or other benefits, except that they help your Pom feel full because they increase the volume of the food your dog is eating.

Fillers won’t be digested. They’ll go in one end and out the other.

Pomeranian Food Allergies

Pomeranians and other toy dogs are highly likely to have allergic reactions to preservatives and artificial colors.

Food coloring dyes, wheat, corn, synthetic preservatives, soy in high quantities, and plenty of other additives like “filler foods” may cause a rash, itching, watery eyes, upset stomachs, poor coat health, and so on.

Symptoms may include diarrhea, vomiting, upset stomachs, a dull coat, and dry skin.

Many of the cases will be severe, but if you cook healthy, highly nutritious home-made food for your beloved Pomeranian, you’ll be able to give him all the nutrition he needs and also protect him from having to eat low-quality, chemical-ridden food from his body.

Wheat Allergies

If you know that your Pom has a wheat allergy, it becomes easy to create delicious, home-cooked, wheat-free meals that your Pom can enjoy.

Health Risks Related to Dog Food

Food coloring agents (namely Blue #2, Yellow #6 + 6, and certain chemical preservatives (mainly BHA, BHT, TBHQ,) that are all proven to have a link to anxiety, hyperactivity, certain types of cancer, breathing problems, and organ damage.

Despite these problems, these are still ingredients in many dog foods because they help make such toxic-laced foods seem more appealing. It’s disgusting that makers still do this.

Food coloring agents (Blue #2, Yellow #5 and #6, Red #40, and 4-MIE) and chemical preservatives (most notably BHA, BHT, and TBHQ) have been proven to be linked to hyperactivity and anxiety, organ damage, breathing issues, and some forms of cancer.

Yet, these are added to many dog foods to make the toxic-laced food ‘appealing.’ Shockingly, this continues to happen.

Sketchy Meat and Oil Sources

Meats and various other parts of the body that are regarded as unfit for human consumption (e.g., lungs, brains, genitalia, spleen, etc.) are labeled as by-products and added to dog food.

Pomeranian Food Recipes
Pomeranian Food Recipes

Even worse is generic meat (listed as animal drippings or animal fat) comes from road kill, dead animals from zoos, and expired meats from and expired meat from supermarkets, restaurants, and butchers.

It’s actually “legal” for manufactured dog food to contain meat derived from diseased, dying, disabled, and dead animals. It’s such a shameful way to make food. All canines deserve real human-grade meats and other produce for every meal.

Other additives can include sweepings off the mill floor that are labeled as grains and also corn that has been contaminated with strong pesticides.

The cheapest dog food will have the cheapest ingredients, which adds up to virtually no nutrition.

Behavioral Troubles

If your Pom is eating his feces or grass, his diet’s a serious problem. While he eats fillers, it will fill him. However, his body will still have a strong craving for nutrients missing from the fillers.

Teething

There’s no good reason for having your Pomeranian puppy suffer during teething when you can create delicious homemade treats and food to help him feel better.

Dog Food Companies Marketing Campaigns

Dog Food Marketing Terms “Balanced and Complete” Isn’t Synonymous with a Great Dog Food

“Balanced and complete” only means that dog food has a minimum possible health benefit for an average dog.

Balanced and complete food is better than none, but it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good food for a Pomeranian.

If people boast that they have carried out feeding tests, they usually only test the main product in a line, and tests are only trialed on a small group of dogs for a short time.

In the long term, enzyme and nutrient deficiencies will occur.

Never Assume Your Vet Sells High-Quality Dog Food

If you buy food because vets recommend it, that can be a mistake. Manufactured dog food can legitimately have a label that says vets have recommended it if just one vet recommends it!

That would only be one vet among thousands.

Vets don’t learn much about nutrition during their studies. Their extra knowledge is gleaned from seminars, studies, articles, sales reps, and pet food companies.

If your vet hasn’t experimented and/or studied homemade or raw diets, he probably won’t know what foods are good and bad and may simply be using old information and superstition.

If your vet makes a profit from selling a specific brand and not others, that can cause a major conflict of interest. Some vets may even legally be banned from selling more than one brand.

Feeding Your Pomeranian The Same Food All The Time Restricts His Nutrition

Nutritionists say people must consume a wide variety of food to avoid allergies and improve their overall nutrition. So why shouldn’t dogs be treated the same way? Then, their health will also be good.

If you start feeding your dog many different foods, he may suffer from a stomach upset in the short term. This is because he hasn’t been eating the right foods. If he does have a stomach upset, it simply means you’re helping him with proper nutrition.

His digestive system will quickly settle, and then, like people, he can eat whatever healthy foods you give him with no problems. The key is to make changes gradually.

Kibble Won’t Clean your Pomeranian’s Teeth

Virtually all canines from age three onwards have some dental problem. The majority are fed kibble, so that’s saying something.

A small study was conducted and the results concluded that kibble MIGHT be better for clean canine teeth than processed tinned foods, it doesn’t state that it’s more effective.

People don’t want to spend precious time cleaning their dogs’ teeth, so they often use kibble despite the fact it doesn’t do a good job.

If you think for one moment that feeding your pet kibble and hard treats will clean his teeth, you’ll only inflict pain, suffering, and possibly lost teeth in your dog, as well as lots of high vet bills.

Pomeranian Food
Pomeranian Food

Kibble Isn’t a Better Dog Food Than Canned 

Canned dog food is preserved through canning, whereas kibble is artificially preserved.

Have you ever considered how many preservatives are needed to prevent food in your dog’s bowl from going off all day?

Kibble starts off as a cooked dry meal, whereas tinned food is canned when fresh. Because kibble is exposed to more heat, more nutrients are destroyed.

Kibble has been identified as a cause of bladder and kidney problems in cats, deadly bloating for larger, broad-chested dogs, and dehydration.

This doesn’t mean canned food is better or perfect. However, raw or cooked fresh food is the best food for your dog.

The next best is prepared food that has been frozen, followed by dehydrated food that has been freeze-dried. You can buy these foods at your local pet shop.

Certain Dog Foods Can Damage Your Pomeranian’s Health

  •  Rawhide chews and cooked bones can create severe health issues requiring emergency surgery.
  •  Allergies can be caused by foods that have wheat bases. 

Ingredients in Commercial Dog Food That Aren’t Healthy For Dogs

Corn and wheat. Most canines, including Pomeranians, have allergies to both corn and wheat.

If you notice your Pom dog constantly scratching or biting himself, read the ingredients on his food to see if these are listed because they can cause such a problem.

Corn is fattening as it makes corn oil and high fructose corn syrup. So it’s not surprising that dogs are abundant with diabetes and just as many that are obese.

You would soon become ill if you ate a meal consisting of rancid fat, corn, chicken wings, and the same composition of added minerals and vitamins.

Most Food for Humans is Healthy for Dogs

Regardless of what dog food makers may tell you, the wholesome food people eat is also great for dogs.

Feeding your Pomeranian food people eat is only bad for the makers of dog foods. The delicious, nutritious food you eat can also supply your Pomeranian with essential nutrition, and, in doing so, it reduces the amount of bills from your vet.

Thanks to the internet and other sources, it’s easy to learn the basic differences between nutrition for people and dogs. Examples include no raisins, grapes, corn, wheat, or onions, and rinse away rich sauces and spices for dogs.

Raw Food Diets 

Numerous scientists have traced dogs as far back as four specific wolves. Because of their origins, it’s hardly surprising that dogs love eating a raw diet, so you should also have a collection of meals from this diet.

Pomeranian Food Recipes
Pomeranian Food Recipes

Healthy Ingredients Found in Dog Food

If you firmly believe your dog deserves the best nutritious, safe food you can provide, there are various ways you can do it.

The major way is to prepare your Pomeranian meals yourself, using healthy ingredients to keep him in peak condition. The second option is to use the holistic method.

Dog food companies that manufacture holistic foods only create the highest-quality foods using human-grade food sources. Unacceptable ingredients include by-products, corn, and wheat.

Ideal Pomeranian Meals Can Include:

Real meats include beef, chicken, bison, lamb, salmon, and others. Other products include brown rice, barley, oatmeal, and whole grains.

Protein is very important for your Pomeranian puppy or adult. The amount for puppies is 22%, and for adults, it’s 18%.

You should be covered if you feed your dog plenty of fish, eggs, poultry, and meat. These are also great sources of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. If you boil chicken livers, that is a terrific way to give your dog more vitamins.

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Benefits of Homemade Dog Food

Packaged foods for dogs often have additives, chemicals, and other useless fillers, so there are no real nutritional benefits. You would scoop crunchy pieces or dog slop into your dog’s bowl.

When you create your meals, your Pom will get healthy meals. You can add whatever healthy ingredients you want to ensure your dog has no deficiencies in minerals and vitamins.

Vary his meals, and you’ll find he’s happy, energetic, and better-behaved.

Fussy Eaters

Looking for an alternative to boring textures and bland foods? Loads of Poms are fussy about eating mass-produced canned foods and hard kibble. You can’t blame them.

Upset Tummies

It’s common for your Pomeranian to feel “off,” possibly recovering after undergoing treatment or having an upset tummy. You’ll also have recipes to help ease that tummy to make your furry friend feel fantastic again.

Home cooking helps you achieve everything mentioned and plenty more. Major benefits include:

You’re in the hot seat regarding what you feed your Pomeranian and what Pomeranian food to avoid. You won’t give him fillers, MSG, soy, by-products, artificial dyes or colorings, chemical preservatives, or anything nasty enough to harm him.

You don’t have to compromise on taste if you give him alternative gluten-free grains or eliminate grains.

You can be flexible in what you make as you gradually discover his tastes. He may prefer quinoa to rice, green beans better than carrots, etc. You’ll have a huge collection of delectable foods to choose from.

Fresh, warm food bursting with lots of flavor. Nothing can compare to the amazing textures and sauces of homemade foods: fresh fruit, juicy meat, ripe vegetables, and mouth-watering sauces and dressings…when you create homemade dog food masterpieces, dogs stop becoming fussy eaters.

Homemade meals can be very budget-friendly. You can find clever ways to save money when buying bulk and preparing meals.

Pomeranian Age-Related Dietary Requirements

Pomeranian food recipes suit adult Pomeranians of all ages (except pregnant girls and nursing mothers).  The best diet for Pom dogs from 12 months of age to senior Poms is homemade dog food for Pomeranians.

When buying food for your female breeding dogs, consider her age and whether she’s pregnant.

Feeding Pomeranians Under 12 Months of Age

Until your Pomeranian’s first birthday, feed him top-quality puppy kibble and quality canned puppy food. Dairy products make good snacks.

Your Pomeranian Has Trust In You 

He will sit patiently, eyes watching as you dish up his food, and then he’ll lick his bowl until it gleams. However, do you know what ingredients you put in his bowl to eat?

Were there any fillers or chemicals? Were there any meat by-products (including animals that died during the trip to the facilities and road-kill)?

Don’t make your dog sick when it’s easy to cook home-cooked meals full of healthy, nutritious ingredients that your dog needs to remain healthy and happy.

Including powdered eggshell, cottage cheese, or yogurt in your homemade dog food will increase his calcium levels, keeping his teeth and bones strong. Calcium needs are the same for people and dogs.

Pomeranian Food Recipes eBook Contains:

Pommy Barf Breakfast.
Doggie Casserole.
Homemade Kibble.
Tempt a fussy Pomeranian with this recipe for Fussy eaters.
Gourmet Chicken and Vegetables all in one.
Tasty Doggie Appetiser.
Chicken Soup for doggies.
Doggie Stew.
Doggie Goulash
Doggie Meatballs
Basic Balanced Doggie Meal with Vegetables.
Salmon Doggie Delight.
Fido’s Fish dish.
Hound Soup.
Yummy Past meal for Poms. 
Doggie Chilli.
Doggie Beef Stew.
Homemade Doggie Stew.
Wild Salmon and Pumpkin Mornay
Roasted Chicken N Liver Dog Dinner.
Chicken Dog Dinner Recipe.
Raw beef and Liver meatballs.
Slow Cooker Dog Food Recipes.
Chicken with Brown Rice Pommy Casserole. 
Slow Cooker Doggie Stew.
Fur Babies Mince and Vegetable Stew.
Lentils Dog Food.
Chicken and Rice Doggie  Stew.
Kangaroo Stew for Poms.
Yummy Pork and Sausage Dog Food.
Doggie Delight.
Casserole for Dogs.
3 Meat Dog Feast. 
Slow Cooker Dog Food Beef & Vegetable Pasta.
Slow Cooker Dog Biscuits.
Slow Cooker Dog Muffins
Wheat-Free Pumpkin Dog Cookies.
Oatmeal & Peanut Butter Cookies for your Doggie.
Puppy Patties.
Alfalfa Heart Cookies.
Bow Wow Brownies.
Mutts Muffins.
Gravy Canine Cookies.
Bake your own Crunchy Dog Biscuits.
Bacon Flavoured Dog Biscuits.
Canine Bacon Biscuits.
Pomeranian Dog Treat Recipe
Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats.
Doggie Treats
Liver cake.
Satin Ball Treats.
Chicken Pate. 
Satin Balls. Which are great for coat problems and for Pomeranians needing to gain weight.
Sweet Potato Rawhides.
Turkey Doggie Treats.
Chicken Jerky.
Frozen Yoghurt Pops for Dogs.
Fruit and Vege Strips.
Beef & Vege Balls.
Fruit Puppy Parfait.
Healthy Dog Treat Recipe.
4 Ingredients Dog Treat Recipe
Canine Chicken Birthday Cake. 
Healthy Dog Food Recipes 
Satin Balls again.
Meal for Seniors or Dogs with Digestive Problems.
Golden Paste for Doggies. 
Golden Paste Canine Cookies.
Homemade Bone Broth for Doggies.

This eBook includes homemade dry dog food recipes and many slow cooker and crock pot recipes. It is the best dog food recipe book available, with easy-to-follow recipes for homemade dog food. 

The author of this homemade dog food recipe book is Denise Leo, breeder of Best in Show winning champion Pomeranians and a long-time lover of the Pomeranian dog.

Pomeranian Food Recipes. Homemade Pomeranian Food is ONLY available here on #1, The Pomeranian Information Site, as an eBook in PDF format. You will receive the eBook via email.

Download and store on your computer, tablet, or phone, and print a hard copy if and as required. Healthy Home Cooking for all Poms is a must-have item for ALL Pomeranian Parents.

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References and Further Reading:
[1] Denise Leo “The Pomeranian Handbook”.

Pomeranian Food Recipes
Pomeranian Food Recipes

About

Denise Leo

Pomeranians are my passion, and I have shared my life with these darling little dogs for many decades. The creator and face behind this website is published author and Pomeranian breed authority Denise Leo of Dochlaggie Pomeranians.

Denise Leo
Denise Leo