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3 Of Our Easiest and Healthiest Homemade Dog Treats

3 Of Our Easiest and Healthiest Homemade Dog Treats 0

Homemade Dog Treats Anyone Can Make! Don’t you feel so accomplished after making a great meal, or baking a perfect pie? I feel the same way after I make Cookie and our office dogs something from scratch. And there is nothing better than making dog treats. They are just super cute and the dog’s go nuts over them. When we think of dog treats, we don’t usually think about making them from scratch. There are so many options nowadays like, Newts, Bully Sticks, and even calming ones like King Kanine. But I’ll tell you, there is nothing like the feeling of making a batch of homemade dog treats! My fur-baby just knows that it’s something special. Let’s face it, we give our dogs so many treats. Whether it’s for tricks, doing something constructive during their walk. We humans go as far as giving dogs treats when we leave the house. Our guilt drives us to give them something they didn’t even work for! We know they are just too cute. When our furry companions deserve a treat we don’t just want to give them something that tastes delicious (or so we assume that it does) we want something equally beneficial […]
Bunny Shaped Easter Dog Treats. They Too Deserve Some Easter Love!

Bunny Shaped Easter Dog Treats. They Too Deserve Some Easter Love! 0

Easter is a time for reflection and of course great food! Especially desserts! So why should your dog miss out on these awesome annual traditions? We don’t think so. Easter Bunny Shaped Doggie Biscuits Recipe • 2 ½ cups of whole-wheat flour (or with rolled oats if your dog doesn’t digest whole wheat well) • 1 tsp. salt • 1 egg (place the entire egg into a blender and crush shell; the shell holds essential nutrients for your dog) •  1 tsp. Beef or chicken Bouillon granules • ½ cup of hot water • Optional: You can add bacon or chicken broth for extra flavor. DIRECTIONS 1.  Preheat your oven to 350 2. Dissolve the bouillon in hot water 3. Add remaining ingredients to the dissolved bouillon 4. Knead the dough until it forms a ball (3 minutes) 5. Roll the ball of dough so it is ¼ inch thick 6. Use a Bunny cookie cutter to cut into cute shapes 7. Place the dough pieces on a greased cookie sheet 8. Bake for 30 minutes 9. Let cool off before serving