A dog who has a bad day can always be comforted with their favorite treat. But what about when your dog needs to take medicine? It’s not always fun to give them a pill, and it can be even harder for them to swallow it. That’s why we created Cheese Pill Pockets For Dogs. The perfect way to give your dog medicine and make it taste great at the same time.

Our Cheese Pill Pockets For Dogs are made from real cheddar cheese so they smell and taste delicious, but they also have a special compartment on the top where you can put your dog’s pills. The cheese will act as a barrier between the pill and your pet’s tongue so they won’t be able to taste those nasty medicines. Your dog will love the tasty treat that makes their daily dose of pills feel like fun.

The Cheese Pill Pocket has been tested on dogs from all walks of life and has been shown to be safe for use by dogs of all ages. They are also considered a healthy treat for dogs because they contain no artificial ingredients or preservatives, which means that your dog will not have any adverse reactions when eating these treats.

Dogs love cheese. So, why not use some cheese to make their treats? If your dog is a picky eater or has specific dietary needs, this recipe is a great way to entice them into trying new things. You won’t even need any special equipment. All you’ll need are the following ingredients:


The ingredients of these cheese pill pockets are simple and easy to find. They are:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/4 cup grated cheddar cheese (or another type of small, hard cheese)
  • 1/2 teaspoon parsley flakes or dried parsley flakes (optional)

To make the filling, whisk together the eggs, water, and cheese until smooth. Add in salt to taste if you want. Mix in flour until you have a thick paste that can be spread onto your baking sheet.

1 egg

You will want to use a small or medium-sized egg for this recipe. If you are making a larger batch, or if you want your dog’s treats to be eggier flavored, then you can use the Large size eggs.

2 tablespoons water

2 tablespoons of water are added to the mix. Water is a key ingredient for this recipe and helps everything stick together. It also helps cook evenly and fast, so your dog gets all the cheese in every bite. Other recipes might not need water at all, but this one does because it is made with packaged bread dough that doesn’t contain as much moisture as homemade bread dough.

1/4 cup grated cheddar cheese, or a handful of shredded cheddar cheese

1/4 cup grated cheddar cheese, or a handful of shredded cheddar cheese

  • Grate the cheese. You can use any kind of grater you have on hand, but I like to use my food processor’s shredding blade for this step because it’s quick and easy. The smaller pieces will help them stick together when you add them to the mixture later.
  • Chop fresh herbs if using any. If using dried herbs, skip this step altogether, they won’t need anything chopped up.
  • Mix everything together in a bowl until well-combined (or just dump it into your food processor and pulse until evenly mixed). You may find that some ingredients get stuck in the corners by themselves; if so, just stir them back into the mix with a spatula or spoon before rolling out each pocket (this is especially true if you’re using fresh herbs).

1/2 cup rice flour or whole wheat flour (rice flour will produce a thinner cookie)

Rice flour is a good source of carbohydrates and thiamin, and it also contains niacin and vitamin B6. If your dog has any allergies or sensitivities to wheat products, rice or whole wheat flour are good alternatives to use.

If you want your pills to be more challenging for your dog to swallow, we recommend using a harder cheese that’s more difficult to cut up into pieces (like cheddar).

1-3 teaspoons fresh parsley or sage, chopped finely, optional

Parsley is a good source of vitamins A and C, which are helpful in maintaining healthy skin, hair, and nails. It’s also rich in iron.

When it comes to digestion, parsley is your best friend. It helps eliminate gas and bloating by stimulating bile production – the natural substance that breaks down fats before they leave the body. That’s why you should use this herb when cooking with high-fat foods like meat or dairy products.

Parsley contains calcium that can strengthen bones and teeth; magnesium for healthy muscles; as well as Vitamin K which helps blood clot properly so you don’t get any nasty wounds on your skin or internal organs when injured.

A quick delicious treat for your dog.

Whether you’re the proud owner of a tiny dog or an enormous Great Dane, these cheese pill pockets are sure to be a hit. Not only do they taste delicious, but they also help to soften the medicine and make it easier for your pup to swallow. And this recipe is so simple that even if you’ve never cooked it before, your canine companion will have no problem gobbling it up in seconds flat (which is good because otherwise, he’ll spend all day trying).

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Flour
  • Butter or margarine (optional)
  • Cheese shreds (you can use cheddar, Monterey jack, mozzarella—whatever kind you want)

In Conclusion

You can use any type of cheese you want, but my dogs love cheddar, so I used it for these. The parsley adds an extra kick, but if your dog doesn’t like it then just leave it out.

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