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Yummy Shepherd’s Pie for Dogs [Recipe]

Dog shepherd's pie dog food recipe by Paws Fur Life | Vanillapup

Here’s an easy Shepherd’s Pie Recipe for Dogs, provided by Paws Fur Life’s certified canine nutritionist. Nothing beats this classic comfort food!

Shepherd’s Pie Recipe for Dogs

Dog shepherd's pie dog food recipe by Paws Fur Life | Vanillapup

Serves 2 large dogs / 3-4 small dogs

Takes an hour

What you’ll need:

500g minced beef or lamb

1/2 cup organic carrots, diced into small cubes

1/4 cup frozen green peas

1 organic apple, diced into small cubes

For the topping (optional):

1 medium sweet potato

1 tablespoon fat free or Greek yogurt


  1. Heat up the pan and once it is hot, add minced meat and fry for about 2-3 minutes until the meat just turns pink
  2. Add in carrots and green peas, and stir for one minute
  3. Turn off the heat and add in chopped apples. Stir well
  4. Transfer the mixture to an ovenproof dish and bake in the oven at 1500C for 20 minutes

For the topping:

  1. Steam sweet potato till soft and mash with a fork. Add in one tablespoon of yogurt and mix well
  2. Add the topping and bake further in the oven at 1500C for another 10 minutes

Note: Organic carrots and apples are used for this recipe but regular carrots and apples will do just fine.

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DISCLAIMER: Treats are not intended to replace a well-balanced diet, and should only be fed in moderation. Before making changes to your dog’s diet, please consult a trusted canine healthcare professional.

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