Must eat Braaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiiins! Check it out! Look at the Zombie Puggle that Dr. Shawn Finch drew for me. That vet has got some MAD Sharpie skills. Click here to check out her blog and commission a Sharpie Masterpiece of your own! She’s taking requests and all it will cost you is a donation to her Blogpocalypse charity, the NE Humane Society!
No worries pups! I’m not going to start shambling around devouring brains anytime soon – besides, like Dawg Business points out there is no reason to believe that the Zombie virus (presuming it is indeed a virus and not a bacterial infection or genetic mutation) would spread to our pets.
A Tongue in Cheek Tasty Dog Treat Recipe
The only kind of brains I’m craving are the zombie brains dog treats the Mama made this morning!
1 1/2 cups. Potato Flour (or just flour if your dog is grain tolerant)
2 large chicken breasts
3/4 cup Low fat, low sodium chicken stock
1 cup cooked broccoli florets (or any other dark green vegetable)
1 tsp. baking powder
chunk of sweet red bell pepper
Preheat oven to 350F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Dice raw chicken into small cubes. In a blender, food processor or Magic Bullet (my fav), combine chicken cubes and 1/2 cup chicken stock until you have made a paste (like the consistency of honey).
Add in flour, baking powder, and egg. Mix throughly into a stiff dough. If dough is too sticky, add a little extra flour to stiffen it up.
**IF YOU ARE CRAZY LIKE MAMA**:
Create an oval of dough and smack it down onto the tray, so the bottom flattens a bit.
Roll the dough into think tubes (kind of like you used to do with playdoh.) Use the dough tubes to create a brain pattern on top of the oval
Roughly chop the red pepper (you need about 18 small chunks). Press a chunk of pepper into the doughy brain, right where the gunshot wound should go.
**IF YOU ARE A NORMAL SANE PERSON**
Roll out dough to about 1/4″ thick. Cut into circles with a cookie cutter. Press one (or more) chunks of red pepper into the cookie.
Bake for 25 – 30 minutes. If you would like the cookies to crisp up, turn the oven down to 150F and leave for two more hours.