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Delectable Recipe Ideas for your Dog!

Delectable Recipe Ideas for your Dog!


Welcome to our blog, where we will explore the versatility of Wolfworthy. While Wolfworthy is indeed a complete and balanced diet, providing everything your dog needs to thrive, we understand the desire for mealtime variety. Rest assured, there is no need to mix Wolfworthy with other foods unless you choose to do so.

When it comes to nourishing your furry friend, Wolfworthy offers a nutritious and wholesome diet. However, you may be interested in adding a touch of variety to their meals. One delightful way to accomplish this is by incorporating safe and healthy fruits and vegetables into your dog's Wolfworthy meals. In this blog post, we'll delve into some fantastic produce options that can safely enhance your dog's dining experience. 


  1. Apples: Apples are a fantastic choice for a crunchy and refreshing addition to your dog's meal. Make sure to remove the core and seeds, as apple seeds contain small amounts of cyanide, which can be harmful to dogs. Chop the apple into cubes and either sprinkle them over your dogs dinner, or use them to stuff feeding toys alongside some Wolfworthy, like the one pictured above.

  2. Carrots: Carrots are not only low in calories but also high in fiber and rich in vitamins. They provide a satisfying crunch for your dog to enjoy and are great for dental health. Peel and chop the carrots into small, manageable pieces that can be mixed into your dog's Wolfworthy. Your pup will love the added texture and flavor.

  3. Blueberries: These tiny, nutrient-rich fruits are packed with antioxidants and can offer numerous health benefits for your dog. Blueberries make a delicious and sweet addition to their meals. Simply toss a handful of fresh or frozen blueberries into the bowl with Wolfworthy, and watch your furry friend enjoy the burst of flavor.

  4. Green Beans: Green beans are a fantastic source of fiber and vitamins while being low in calories. They can serve as a healthy filler in your dog's meal without adding excessive calories. Steam or blanch the green beans until they are tender, then chop them into small pieces and incorporate them into your dog's Wolfworthy.

  5. Sweet Potatoes: Sweet potatoes are a nutritious and tasty option to consider. They are high in dietary fiber, vitamin A, and vitamin C. Steam or bake a sweet potato until it becomes soft, then mash it and mix it gently into your dog's Wolfworthy. This addition will provide a slightly sweet and satisfying twist to their meal.

By adding safe and healthy fruits and vegetables to your dog's Wolfworthy meals, you can enhance their dining experience with flavours, textures, and additional nutrients. Apples, carrots, blueberries, green beans, and sweet potatoes are just a few examples of produce that can provide variety and health benefits for your furry friend. Remember to introduce new foods gradually, and always monitor your dog for any signs of allergies or digestive issues. 


Wolfworthy 60g Sample

SKU: 167900

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Based on the whole-prey diet of the Grey Wolf, Wolfworthy has many of the health benefits of a raw food diet, such as better skin & coat condition, smaller firmer poos, healthier weight, few allergies & intolerances, reduction in joint inflammation and stable energy levels; but without the hassle of cold storage, remembering to defrost, long prep times, clean up or worry when travelling. Now you can feel satisfied you are feeding your dog a diet that they will thrive on with the added convenience of kibble. Wolfworthy, because feeding your dog a great diet without any added rubbish doesn't have to be a hassle.

Wolfworthy costs only £1.07 per day for a 14kg dog when you subscribe including FREE UK mainland delivery straight to your door.  Click Here to see how much it would cost to feed your dog.

TIP: Our 60g sample is great as a taste test to ensure your dog loves Wolfworthy but for a longer trial, our 1.5kg bag is much better value.  Click Here to order a 1.5kg bag instead.

Suitable for Puppies, Adults and Seniors

Rated One of the Best British Dry Dog Foods by AllAboutDogFood.co.uk