homemade pill pockets for cats- PDF documents
I discovered an easy and effective way to create a homemade pill pocket from one item bought in a Japanese store. Mochi is the answer and my cat loves it. It allows the pill pocket to be very small. I show you how I make it in this video.
Note: As mentioned in the video, I am not a Vet or doctor. Please check with your Vet before giving this to your pet. Thank you.
Does your dog sniff out the pills in his or her food, making it difficult to give your pet the proper medication? If so, making your own homemade pill pocket is the perfect way to get your dog to take their medicine. Simply mix 1 tablespoon of milk, 1 tablespoon of crunchy peanut butter and 2 tablespoons of flour together. Form 12 little pill pockets where you can immerse your pet’s pills, and you can even store the remaining pockets in the freezer for future use.
Sometimes it can be a struggle giving your dog medication, but not when the treats are homemade and meaty. Rick Woodford, The Dog Food Dude shows you how to make a homemade Pill Pockets using only two ingredients! Rick also shows you how to fool even the most stubborn dogs into taking their pills.If trying the foods listed above doesn’t work for you, you may want to try making your own homemade pill pockets. These are especially useful if you have to give your dog medication on a regular basis – you can make a lot of them at once and have them on hand when you need them. To make homemade pill pockets, you’ll need the following ingredients: