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    Doggie Treats

    Treats for my 2 rug rats
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    2 Reviews |  By gran

    Great for kids projects or for a special pet. Lets you control what goes in, and also a good use for odd meats.

    Recipe #25154

    Courtesy of homemadedogtreats.com Cooking time includes time with heat off in oven.

    Recipe #188803

    Make some quick and easy treats for your doggie!

    Recipe #149386

    We like to make them for our cocker spaniel, that way we know what goes into his treats, Sometimes after we brush with beaten egg, we sprinkle with bacon bits, or granulated beef or chicken bouillon

    Recipe #118615

    This recipe came with a bone cookie cutter. (Essential for owners of spoled rotten dogs!) The dough was easy to handle, and our dog loved them.

    Recipe #106172

    10 Reviews |  By Shelli

    My 13 year old daughter made this as a Christmas treat for our dog.

    Recipe #81588

    I use any shape cookie cutter, the dogs can't tell the difference! They just love the taste! Any flavor baby food will work...veggie, meat, etc.

    Recipe #70776

    10 Reviews |  By Tara

    My dog loved these, I took a taste too since it was human ingredients and they werent bad (a little on the dry side but my dog didnt think so) I imagine you could make them without the bread machine if you simply keaded the dough, let it rise and knead again just like youd do for bread.

    Recipe #31764

    1 Reviews |  By Peach

    I found this recipe in a childrens craft book years ago. My children loved to make them and my dogs eat them up.

    Recipe #18936

    This great recipe came from Charlotte McDonald of Greyhound Pets of America in the Orlando area. These wonderful people rescue retired racing Greyhounds. This is a healthy treat that my little dogs love as well.

    Recipe #133062

    Whenever I have the time I much prefer to make these over store bought- dogs love them!

    Recipe #127950

    Who can resist those pleading eyes, that heart-wrenching cry, that drooling mouth? (Well, two out of three is pretty motivational to me.) Return the love to that dog who loves you unconditionally and tell him/her BONE APPETITE from me! Preparation time is approximate. Makes roughly 1-1/4 pound dry dog biscuits.

    Recipe #95982

    This is another recipe from Lucky's Pet Resort and Day Spa. These treats are easy to make and will have Fido jumping for joy!

    Recipe #212196

    Uses whole wheat flour and cornmeal. Servings are hard to say as they are cutouts. Time does not include drying time in oven. These are Dog biscuits!

    Recipe #211930

    What's not to love? Cheese and bacon! Not sure about dropping 1/2 tsp at a time. Seems really small to me! These are biscuits for the doggie in your family.

    Recipe #211784

    from Kong Newsletter Other stuff: Aluminum Foil

    Recipe #200131

    another treat for your dog You can use other vegetables than carrots..or combine your own flavors

    Recipe #198278

    I made this up for my 5 dogs. I didn’t like all the preservatives in commercial treats. And the all-natural ones on the market were just too darn expensive.

    Recipe #199428

    2 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    A special gift for the 4 legged creatures in your life. Make sure and never give a dog chocolate as it can be deadly; however, carob chips are safe. The recipe is printed in a holiday magazine this year. I am updating this based on the review by Juenessa.

    Recipe #203519

    3 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe was found in Tasty Treats for Demanding Dogs by Gregg R. Gillespie. I made this recipe because it was a lower carb, higher protein treat.

    Recipe #214334

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