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Dogs of all ages and lifestyles sometimes require pills to give them the care they need to get through the day. However, not all dogs are eager to take them. Some dogs are wary of the texture and smell, while others are simply picky eaters. While there are a few different tricks to entice dogs to take pills, a pill pocket is one of the best solutions in both the short and long term.




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The way in which a pill pocket or pouch is constructed is useful in determining its effectiveness. Consider the size of the pill; it should fit in with the pocket completely in order to disguise it. Most pill pockets are relatively soft and call for the user to close off the end of it in order to fully contain the pill. These options are also useful for other forms of medication, including powders that may need to be sprinkled within the pocket and then closed off.


A. You can use certain foods to make your own pill pocket at home as needed. Certain cheeses may suffice, as well as some fruits or vegetables. Bananas and peanut butter in particular allow for tablets or capsules to be mashed in. Similarly, if your dog enjoys wet food, pills can be inserted within, though it can get a bit messy.


Zoey has had problems with allergies since I got her at 6 months old. Her allergies led to many skin infections and her scratching herself until she would bleed. She takes 2 different allergy meds on a daily basis. Thanks to incorporating the Serenegy WrapIt Potato Pleasers Mix as pill pockets along with a prescription food, her allergies are finally under control.


Thanks to Pinterest and other social media sites, there are plenty of recipes for DIY pill pockets to choose from. Most recipes simply call for mixing a moist ingredient (like almond butter) with a thickening agent (like flour), and molding it into tiny morsels, making a cavity with a straw, and chilling (or sometimes baking depending upon the ingredients) until firm.


Greenies Pill Pockets for Cats are easy to use - just insert and administer your cat's pills and supplements. The treats are healthy, containing high-quality, supportive, and nutritionally-beneficial ingredients. The pockets are versatile, making them perfect for use with tablets or capsules. They come in a chicken or salmon flavor that cats love.


Pill pockets are designed with unique flavors, so French Bulldogs are willing to chomp them down. Bacon, chicken, and peanut butter are among the more popular choices, as these aromatic flavors are big hits with most dogs.


Only buy pill pockets and treats from trusted brands and companies. This guarantees quality materials and safe production. Many leading dog food makers also sell pill pockets for French Bulldogs, allowing you to stay brand consistent.


Not all pill pockets for French Bulldogs are created equal, so be sure to choose options that are low-calorie, low-fat, and offer other nutritional values, like probiotics or vitamins. Any of the options on our list of the best pill pockets for French Bulldogs provide an excellent choice to help you give your pup their important medications.


These were great! Thank you for this recipe! Greenies has gone to an all-natural formula that includes cultured milk, but my husband is allergic to milk. The allergy formula without milk is hard to find. I tried this last night using water instead of milk and creamy peanut butter and my dog gobbled up his pills! Using just peanut butter, sometimes he would spit out the pill, so this seems to be working better for us.


I made these yesterday and it works great.I had to substituted gluten-free flour and it came out perfectly.This recipe, even using expensive gluten-free flour, cost me about $4 for 60 pockets. I pay almost $9 for 30 regular pockets and have to use plain peanut butter for the wheat intolerant dog when he needs meds. Thanks so much for this awesome recipe.


Our epileptic dog take 33 pills a day; half of them are large capsules. Since these are spread throughout 4 dosing times in a day, we are able to combine multiple pills into a pocket, but it is still at least a dozen per day. I just tried these and my dog loves them. I happened to have a small amount of Trader Joe's Buckwheat Pancake Mix that I used instead of plain flour (added a little extra, too). At this rate we will be saving approx. $50 per month on medicine pockets. Since a spit out pill means a reduced dose, which can then lead to cluster seizures, I thank you for a homemade recipe that will help to ensure her pills are completely encased in "people food" thereby increasing our success.Diane in Northern Calif.


This recipe is FANTASTIC. My dogs been through three knee surgeries and we've tried everything to get her to take her medication. Just recently though, she's started to catch on to the pills in her food and won't even touch meat! We even tried the Greenies Pill Pockets, but she'd spit them out. I was a little iffy to try this because she's not the biggest fan of peanut butter, but she loves them. Thank you so much for sharing.


I've been using a similar recipe with my miniature dogs - just mix SMOOTH peanut butter with dry milk or non-dairy cream until its no longer sticky. I cover & refrigerate the whole mess, pulling out a small dab to surround the pill whenever its time... Even those HUGE fish oil capsules are scarfed down whole if coated (my guys turn up their noses if I prick to give in liquid form).


I'm a single male who never cooks, but lately I've been buying either steak or fish and throwing them on the grill. I bought some milk recently for some reason (I never buy it), and I have peanut butter because my 2 beagles, Sam & Sophie love it. Sam was acting strangely this past Saturday morning, and he wouldn't climb stairs or do anything that required him to put weight on his hind legs. Took him to the vet, and he has a disk that is giving him pain. Sophie is much heavier, and I suspect she hurt him unintentionally by jumping on his back. So anyway, I did a Google search for pill pockets, because I decided a long time ago to boycott Greenies because their products are way overpriced. I found this, went next door and borrowed flour, and just made a batch. Sam has to take 3 different pills for 2 weeks, and this is genius. He just swallows them whole, so creamy peanut butter did the trick. Thank you! Frankie in Charlotte.


I have a beagle bulldog mix with congenital joint problems and possible hip dysplasia, and she requires glucosamine pills daily. While she will eat them without the pockets, she loves some peanut butter. We don't usually have milk in the house but I substituted soy milk in its place and it worked great! Thank you for the recipe. BTW, she has been to the vet and she is not in any pain but she can't run or jump. She stumbles when she runs.


Thank you, thank you!! My husky was diagnosed with heart disease and now has three pills twice a day. She is the WORST at eating things she doesn't like. And the pill pockets are so costly! Tried this today and worked like a charm! She ate them right up!! Sharing with all my friends!!


Yes, while hot dogs are easy, they're not really good for your dog to eat every day. Some dogs have to take pills multiple times a day for long periods of time. Hot dogs are also more expensive. These pockets are not harmful if eaten frequently and they are super cheap to make. Once made, they're very easy to use, but to each his own.


I haven been buying the Greenie Pill Pockets for awhile now. With the addition of a new puppy and while both dogs are currently taking medications for kennel cough I was going through the pill pockets like crazy. I made these this afternoon and the dogs love them for a fraction of the cost. Thanks for the recipe!!!!!


So happy to hear that my recipe is working for you. My dogs look forward to their daily fish oil pills. They're just all around good for them. According to another one of my readers, the water works fine as well. Have you tried a thunder shirt for the anxiety? Even though it's not thundering, it can be comforting, like swaddling. Good luck!


I just made these pill pockets and first formed them into balls then used the end of a small wooden spoon and made small pockets into them, will use them like the original pockets and put the pills in them close the end.


My Dobi has really bad arthritis in his left hip and is on pain meds. I had great difficulty making him take the pills. Yesterday I've prepared the above recipe and added a little bit of bacon grease. OMG, he absolutely loves it. Thanks so much for such wonderful idea.


Those store pill pockets are ridiculously high priced and this is a blessing for those that have dogs that like peanut butter, unfortunately my dog doesn't care for it.I'm going to do a search for something else, but if you or a reader have an alternate recipe, that would be nice.


Thanks so much for figuring out an inexpensive alternative to Pill Pockets. My dog Petey is on a maintenance dog of a mild chemotherapy in pill form which is costly enough without adding in the expense of store-bought pill pockets.I was a little concerned about using raw white flour and whole mik for my dog and game up with these alternatives:I substituted Carnation nonfat dry milk for most of the liquid whole milk. I also substituted Gerber's baby multi-grain cereal for the white flour. It still has a smooth texture and isn't "raw" plus the baby cereal has lots of vitamins. I still had to add a little liquid milk the form a smooth enough dough to work with.I made enough pill pockets for a month. I shaped the pockets using the end of a chopstick, shaping the mixture around the end to form a capsule-shaped pouch. I put each pill pocket in several ice cube trays so they'll hold the shape and into the freezer they went. Petey and my 2 other dogs, Max and Roxy, taste tested and gave them 4 paws up (or rather 12 paws up)!


We rescue senior dogs, which mean lots of pills. All of our dogs started spitting out their Tramadol, which is really bitter, even when encased in pill pockets. This recipe is not only saving my sanity getting the dogs their meds, but a ton of $ too! All three woofed down their pills and didn't even know it tonight. Thank you! 041b061a72


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