DIY Soups For Your Precious Pets

DIY Soups For Your Precious Pets -

What is more satisfying after a long tiring day?? Of course a healthy and fulfilling bowl of our favorite soup. We humans like to munch on our favorite starter, so why not try it on our pooches as well. Along with the taste your furballs can enjoy the healthy benefits of all the vegetables infused in it. Winter is almost here, pamper your cuties with these amazing soup recipes, so they can shower you more with their slurpy kisses. 

We have included both veg and non-veg soup recipes so you can add varieties into your pooches’ diet and the best part is you can use these soups for almost 3 days, if you refrigerate them.

Veg Soup

For veggie lovers, this is the best recipe for your pet complete with all the nutrient benefits. The perfect tasty solution to satisfy those hunger pangs.


  1. Cucumber
  2. Grinded Pumpkin 
  3. Parsley
  4. Carrots
  5. Sweet Potatoes
  6. Green Beans


Wash all the vegetables with clean water. Peel the skin of cucumber, pumpkin, carrot, and sweet potatoes. Chop all the above vegetables nicely into small pieces, just the way your pet is comfortable to eat or drink it. Bring it to a boil with all the ingredients with sufficient water. Cook for almost 45 minutes to 1 hour and your veggie veg soup is ready. You can mash the boiled ingredients in the soup if your pet is being choosy with the vegetables.

Non-Veg Soup

Chicken Winter Soup

Okay! Food which you can share with your pet also. Of Course with some strictly followed instructions only.


  • Chicken Breast/ Meat breast (excluding fat and bones)
  • Carrots
  • Sweet Potato
  • Green Beans
  • Parsely


Boil the chicken/meat with enough water so that the meat is properly dipped in it.

Chicken or meat will take 1-1.5 hours to boil completely at low flame in a pressure cooker. Meanwhile you can begin peeling and chopping the vegetables. Cook all the vegetables in a pot for 20-30 minutes. After the chicken/meat is cooked, you can shred it or chop it into fine pieces. Mix both the chicken and vegetable broth and add shredded chicken/meat as a topping. You can keep this broth in the refrigerator for around 3 days and use it anytime you want.

Bone Broth

Bone broth is a healthy recipe for your pet’s joints and you can use it as a detoxifier


  • Chicken/Goat Meat Bone Marrow
  • Olive Oil
  • Celery
  • Carrots
  • Parsley
  • Apple Cider Vinegar/Lemon Juice (optional)


Put all the bones in a pressure cooker with enough water to cover them and allow it to boil completely for 1 hour.

Chop all the vegetables after removing the skin and let it boil for 30-45 minutes with 2 tablespoons of Olive Oil. 

Simmer the boiled bone broth and mix it with vegetable broth. You can also mash the vegetables that you want. 

Put one to two tablespoons (per 2 to 3 kg of bone broth) of Apple Cider Vinegar/Lemon Juice while cooking only.

Bones shouldn’t be given to your pets as they are harmful and there are higher chances that your pet may get choked on these small pieces of bones. 

*Don't add ginger, garlic, onion or salt in these soups. 

Healthy Benefits

Carrots:  They are rich in Vitamin A which is good for the eyes as well high in fiber.  Carrots are also a good source to maintain a healthy heart and good cholesterol.  

Pumpkin: Rich in Vitamin A and fiber. Aids in boosting immunity and also low in calories.

Parsley: Contains Vitamin K, which helps in blood clotting. Supporting bone health is an added advantage in adult pets. Also supports the immune system and is low in calories.

Sweet Potatoes: Rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, they help in maintaining the gut health of animals and support healthy vision.

Chicken: Good for weight management, bone health and a rich source of protein. It also contains choline which is great for brain health. 

Do tell us your take on these recipes once you finish trying them out or comment below! Keep watching this space for more such amazing recipes. If you need to speak to a vet about your pet’s diet, do not hesitate to call us on +91 8431620000. Bon Appetit!