Recipes to Share with Your Pet

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Television personality Rachael Ray shares her favorite recipes you can share with -- or make for -- your pet. Note: It's always a good idea to check with your veterinarian about which foods are best for you to share with your pet.

Dog Day Afternoon: Tuna Casserole

Give your pooch a little lift with this protein-packed meal. Quick and easy to whip up, this tuna casserole offers your dog rich flavors. Tails are sure to wag every time you make it.

Photo by Tina Rupp

The Pot Thickens: Turkey Pot Pie

Pups will get their fill of this crustless pot pie! It's perfect for the cooler months but is sure to be a doggie favorite all year long.

Photo by Tina Rupp

Pup Cakes: Bacon Patties

Dogs (and owners alike) will lick their chops over these savory bacon-rice patties.

Photo by Tina Rupp

Fetch: Pasta & Meatballs

Every pup is sure to go crazy for these meatballs. They're easy to make and smell delicious.

Photo by Tina Rupp

More Meatballs, Please: Delicious Doggie Meatballs

What pup's going to turn down this beefy treat? Kids and pets alike love meatballs! This recipe takes only 15 minutes to prepare and is a perfect treat for your dog.

Photo by Tina Rupp

Catch of the Day: Salmon Cakes

Savory fish cakes will keep your pup feeling (and looking) good. Share them with your pet to mark special celebrations! Canned salmon, bread crumbs, and bell peppers blend to make this delicious dish.

Photo by Tina Rupp

Take It Outside: Meat & Potato Hash

Your pup's going to love this beefed-up treat. A perfect meal to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, this easy recipe combines corned beef, potatoes, and eggs.

Photo by Yunhee Kim

Join the Club: BLT

This big BLT is for you and the pup to share. Offering lower-in-fat turkey bacon, chicken broth, and chicken, this savory sandwich is ideal during the summer months to use fresh-off-the-vine homegrown tomatoes.

Photo by Tina Rupp

Hash It Out: Thanksgiving Hash

Make use of leftovers to feed your pup his or her own Thanksgiving meal. Turkey, cranberry sauce, and sweet potatoes combine to give your dog an extra treat.

Photo by Lucas Zarebinski

Souper Supper: Halloween Soup

Include your pup in the Halloween fun with this easy carrot soup. It's super simple to make and full of vitamin C -- you and your dog are sure to love this colorful soup.

Photo by Lucas Zarebinski

Bark for More: Halloween Stoup

Your pup will roll over and play dead for this stoup. This yummy stoup -- thicker than a soup, but not as thick as a stew -- features dog-friendly flavors such as beef, chicken stock, and rice.

Photo by Kang Kim

Bone Appetit: Doggie Sliders

Fuel your pup's outdoor playtime with these meaty morsels. This pet-pleasing meal is easy and quick to prepare.

Photo by Catherine Ledner

Open Wide: Bold Bacon Treat

Let your pup celebrate the season with this bacon-spiked dinner. After all, practically every dog loves bacon. This pretty dish also features rice and vegetables.

Photo by Lucas Zarebinski

Be Mine: Puppy Pancakes

Show your pup some love with these fruity flapjacks. These healthy pancakes are an ideal way to start your dog's day.

Photo by Kang Kim

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