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    I'll admit it, Valentina has us completely wrapped around her paw. She simply adores these tiny treats and the DH loves to give them to her for that reason. I'm happy too because I know that they aren't full of chemicals and preservatives and I don't mind slipping her one or two myself although we all know thats it's Dads job! I'm guessing at the yield because I've never really counted them. You can make bigger bites of you have a bigger "kid".

    Recipe #193519

    fun for grandkids to help make for our furry friends..

    Recipe #120127

    These are drop cookies for horses in response to a request. Yield is approximate. Not for human consumption...

    Recipe #49646

    A treat for your Equine friends...I have not tried this yet for our horses, but plan to in the near future..This came out of the Western Horseman Magazine

    Recipe #78530

    71 Reviews |  By Twyla

    My dog loved these and I'm sure yours will too!

    Recipe #18774

    A treat for our canine friends!

    Recipe #42939

    2 Reviews |  By Twyla

    My dog loves these things, but then again I haven't found a treat that my dog hates.

    Recipe #18754

    1 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Posted as a request. I found this recipe of the Internet. It was posted by Ruth Sprague who baked it for her "Spunky's 13th birthday party".

    Recipe #62033

    22 Reviews |  By Sidd

    I wanted to give all the puppies in my life a special Christmas present. I came up with this recipe. My dogs love it so much they will lick the crumbs off the floor.

    Recipe #53004

    5 Reviews |  By Manda

    Your doggies will love you for this one!! Simple ingredients, simple recipe, but they'll be beggin' for more!

    Recipe #23768

    Brush with egg white before baking for a glossy finish..and serve with lots of love...

    Recipe #120144

    3 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Found on net. Definitely something to howl about! Cookies are soft and chewy!

    Recipe #134182

    2 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Found on net. Make sure you use garlic POWDER not garlic SALT. Salt is very bad for dogs.

    Recipe #134183

    This is a great starter for a bone recipe. You can add more garlic and brown sugar if you prefer.

    Recipe #134169

    3 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this from the net... can't remember exactly where I got it.

    Recipe #134170

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Found on the net

    Recipe #134171

    2 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Found on net.

    Recipe #134172

    2 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Found on net.

    Recipe #134178

    Puddin my pekingese loved these. They are simple and fun to make with many different flavor choices. I made them up after not finding a dog treat recipe using all my puppy's ingredients I had around for him. They can be crunchy or semi-soft depending on the time cooked, they will look like peanut butter cookies!

    Recipe #142239

    This recipe for doggie cookies came from Rose's Christmas Cookies by Rose Levy Beranbaum. Kelp powder, available at health food stores and elsewhere, is very rich in vitamins, (especially B vitamins), and other minerals such as including potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron and iodine. EQUIPMENT: Cookie sheets lined with parchment or aluminum foil; rolling pin; 3-31/2" bone cutter or 2 1/2" round cookie cutter. Store in an airtight container at room temperature. The dough must be used immediately. The baked cookies will keep for many months.

    Recipe #96330

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