Dogs love cheese, and if you combine cheese with the herb rosemary, you will get a win-win combination that most dogs would die for. In fact, this biscuit smells so good while in the oven that even humans in your house will beg for a taste!
This cheddar dog biscuit recipe is rich in protein, fiber, iron and calcium.
However, cheese contains high fat level so be warned! If your dog is, umm... a bit pudgy, use low fat cheddar cheese.
Not exactly sure if cheese is in fact good for dogs? Read this page to find out.
Rosemary is an extremely useful herb and has a lot of health enhancing properties.
First of all, rosemary is an important antioxidant. It also has antimicrobial properties and can ward off harmful bacteria and fungi from the body.
In addition, rosemary has calming and antidepressant effects, and is good for dogs with upset tummies caused by nervousness or excitability.
Moreover, rosemary has been found to be good for the heart - It helps strengthen heart function and helps moderate irregular heartbeat.
Rosemary is also hailed as a "longevity herb" because it contains substances that help prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
As you can see, this is a very good herb for dogs with different health issues, from digestive problems, heart problems to those fighting infections caused by bacteria and/or fungi. It can also support older dogs by enhancing their immune systems.
Best of all (and that's what counts for dogs), rosemary, especially when combined with cheese, really smells and tastes good!