A Tasty Fishy Treat For Your Dog

Posted on November 2, 2015

Fish4Dogs are proud to be sponsoring Missy and Patch owned by Paralympic gold medalist Jessica-Jane Appplegate MBE.


Current World Champion and World Record Holder in the S14 category, Jess is busy training hard for the Paralympic Games in Rio in 2016. When she's not training in the pool she spends time with her two rescue dogs Missy and Patch who she adores and volunteers at a local rescue centre walking their dogs in her free time.


Missy is a Spaniel cross Collie, she's very fast, agile but is easily distracted by rabbits & loves nothing better than a dirty smelly ditch! Patch is a Staffie cross American Bull dog cross Lurcher, a real mixture and at 18 months old is still only interested in playing or sleeping. They both have one thing in common they absolutely love Fish4Dogs food.




Jess has taken the Fish4Dogs food to the next level and began baking cakes for her dogs with our Salmon Mousse.


"My Missy is a beautiful girl who loves her food, and as you can see she even guards the oven when her Liver and Salmon cake is rising in the background...she can't possibly let anyone else near the oven"


We thought this receipe was too special to keep to ourselves so please find the ingredients and method below to make your own Fish4Dogs Salmon and Liver Cake for Dogs.

225g (1/2lb) Liver

2 x packets of Fish4Dogs Salmon Mousse

350g (1lb) Self Raising Flour 

3 eggs

Milk or Water 

First crack the eggs into a measuring jug, add an equal volume of milk or water to the measuring jug and whisk. Blend the liver in a food processor and then stir in the Fish4Dogs Salmon Mousse pouches. Add the egg mixture and blend to a sponge mixture texture with the flour. Empty the mix into a greased baking tray. Bake at 180 degrees (or 350F) for 35-45 minutes. Allow to cool. The Fish4Dogs Salmon and Liver Cake for Dogs can be diced into small pieces and frozen if required.

We look forward to hearing from Jess, Missy and Patch in the coming months as they update us on their adventures and dog life. 






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