Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Bowl for Dogs

Cinco De Mayo Fiesta Bowl for DogsIf you're planning a celebration for Cinco de Mayo on May 5, you don't have to leave your dog out of the festivities! I've got the perfect treat; in fact, you might even want to try it yourself!

This fiesta bowl for dogs is filled with healthy dog-friendly ingredients that will totally delight your mutt any day of the year! In fact, you may already have most of the ingredients in your cupboard or fridge right now.

It'll take just a few minutes to whip this up, and your dog will probably down it in record time!

1 T extra virgin olive oil
1/2 green pepper, holiholiseeded and chopped
1/2 C cooked rice
1/4 C canned beans
1 t turmeric
1/2 small tomato, seeded and chopped
2 T shredded cheese

1) In a skillet, heat the olive oil over medium heat. Add green pepper and cook until softened, about 3-5 minutes.
2) Mix in the rice, beans, and turmeric, and cook until throughly heated.
3) Move skillet from stove and add tomato, stirring well.
4) Cool for a few minutes then top with the cheese and serve!

See what I mean? Simple and delicious, and filled with healthy ingredients that even your two-legged friends might like!

(As always, if you have any questions about what is safe and healthy to feed your pet, please contact your veterinarian!)

If you want a fun way to save your favorite doggy recipes, check out my cute printable (and editable) recipe card! Just download the recipe card to your computer and enjoy!

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Positively Expert: Christina Berry

Christina Berry is a wife, mom, Virtual Assistant and Social Media Strategist, movie lover, recovering Diet Dr. Pepper addict, and planner junkie. She blogs about pet-friendly living, responsible dog ownership, and Pit Bull advocacy at The Lazy Pit Bull.


2 thoughts on “Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Bowl for Dogs

  1. deb

    How do I get my 7 month old labradoodle not to run to other dogs and people when out for a walk can't get her back can be embarrassing. thanks

  2. Karen Clarke

    Keep her on a non-retractable leash. Take her to obedience training classes so you can learn how to promote desirable behavior, and discourage undesirable behavior. And practice, practice, practice the lessons, especially Recall ("Come!"). But really, keep her on a leash when walking!

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