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    I got this off of dogster.com. I made a batch and pinched pea sized pieces for training treats. It literally made several hundred. My dog loved it. I gave him a baked one while rolling the other ones and he just sat there looking expectantly at me, for more! He even liked it unbaked. Serving size depends on how you cut it. And prep time is obviously more if you're doing the pea size pieces.

    Recipe #406812

    A homemade oil supplement for skin and coat.

    Recipe #394824

    I was looking for a recipe to make biscuits for my dog and combined a few ideas to come up with this one. My dog is a big fan, hope yours is too.

    Recipe #269235

    71 Reviews |  By Twyla

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

    Recipe #18774

    Tasty little nibbles for your sweet little kitty! Freeze in zip-top bags, or refrigerate in an airtight container for up to three days. Who knows, you may like this too! Adapted from Delicious Living magazine.

    Recipe #206088

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I made these for my friends Dog (Daxx)which was recovering from surgery! His doing fine! Use fresh juiced vegies if using them. It's funny because when I first made them My dog she just dropped it from her mouth! Then picked it up and now loves them. She follows me around till she can have more. One is NOT enough! Store in ziplock storage bags or airtight container.

    Recipe #78532

    Another pet recipe found on the net. I've tried them, using plain low fat yogurt, much to my dog's delight. But then, whats not to love: peanut butter, yogurt, ice cubes. Yum

    Recipe #247420

    One of my coworkers made these for her Yorkie who just loves them as does my dog, Popcorn. Sweet potatoes are popular in the islands of the Pacific Ocean, spreading from Polynesia to Japan and the Philippines. I wonder whether dogs in those countries have sampled this little treat.

    Recipe #248608

    This is what Delicious Living says: "These delicious cookies are a favorite of the many dogs that visit the Licks and Wags Dog Bakery. They provide a hard, crunchy texture that helps maintain healthy teeth." Haven't tried these yet, but just got a puppy, so intend to soon. The recipe only says, "Makes 1 lb".

    Recipe #332311

    Found this in Woman's Day, Aug. 1, 2007. Our beloved German Shepherd passed away July of 06. Saving this for a possible future dog... Recipe said 5 to 6 dozen, but that depends on the size of your cookie cutter.

    Recipe #277326

    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

    we like to cut these into dog bone shapes...our dog goes wild over these..

    Recipe #136165

    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


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