These little cat cookies are the perfect treat for your feline friend - easy and inexpensive to whip up, and probably much healthier and lower in salt than commercial pet treats. My kitty loves them! They are the purrrfect way to show your cat you love him/her this Christmas :)
My little dog who is very fussy loves these homemade cookies, although the recipe calls for 2-3 tbsp brown sugar you could always add a wee bit more if desired. These make a wonderful Christmas present for doggies, purchase a cheap doggie bowl, fill with baked dog cookies then wrap in coloured paper, I have given these out many times at the holidays to friends that have dogs, oh and my two kittys love them too ;-)
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.
I adapted this recipe for my dogs because I wanted something relatively low fat (they have to go to the vet pretty soon and I don't want her to call them Snausages again) that they'd like. I didn't want to use dairy products or garlic because of possible adverse effects on the girls. I've tested these out on the girls and they seem to really like them.
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".
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