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We love our pets and they love goodies so I saved some recipes to make for them. And a few other recipes in case needed.
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Here's what Jerry Baker uses to clean and deodorize pet urine-damaged areas.

Recipe #101342

I'm not sure where I found this, but I tried it today and dang...... it works!!! That odd urine smell in the backyard is totally gone! I feel funny posting this as a "recipe", but I'm sure there are others out there that could use this. LOL I'm chuckling... servings?? Oh, and I'm talking about the old fashioned Listerine!

Recipe #247941

This stuff is amazing. I wish I could remember who originally gave me the recipe. I used it often when training a new puppy right after puchasing new carpet. It even worked on non-pet related stains. And I used Dawn instead of Joy.

Recipe #215637

Won't harm pets or children and is completely natural using ingredients right out of your kitchen.

Recipe #254413

I used the method to reduce the flea population in my den after it exploded. Didn't want to use that much Frontline or the bug bombs. I DID use Frontline but just 3 or 4 squirts. Less chemicals in my house, the better.

Recipe #87343

1 Reviews |  By Lucky13

A Thanksgiving treat for the dogs that are a healthier alternative to table scraps. From the "3 Dogs Bakery Cookbook". My little turkeys gobbled them up. ok ok that was a bad pun. Hope your dog enjoys them.

Recipe #266496

This is a good recipe for your dog if they have had trouble with their stomachs and loose stuff (you know what I mean). A nice plain meal to get your baby "firmed up". Remember to go easy with the amount you feed them.

Recipe #253943

A friend recommended this holistic treatment that she uses on her dogs. Please check with your vet first.

Recipe #249809

Recipe #226852

(For 40-Pound Dog) After all the tainted pet food stories in the news lately, I thought some people might be interested in making their own pet food. I found this recipe in the Toronto Star. ***Adapted from �Small Animal Clinical Nutrition� by Hill�s Pet Nutrition Veterinary Consultation Service (courtesy of Rice Village Animal Hospital).***

Recipe #220647

my dog loves these

Recipe #198276

Our dog, River, WILL NOT eat store bought treats. When we go to my parents house, the dogs always get treats after going "potty". Well, that left her out. I came up with these and she LOVES them. She knows they are "people" food. (Of course, we wouldn't eat them but she doesn't need to know that!) She tends to gets a "sick tummy" alot and the vet doesn't know why but these treats don't bother her at all. I would think they are pretty healthy. This makes about 58 "cookies". We cut each "cookie" in half for her (she's medium sized) and into 4 pieces for my parents dogs because they are pretty small. I freeze in one batch (16 cookies) portions and then take them out as needed. KEEP IN FRIDGE! That's another reason she is sure it is "people" food...comes from the fridge. I haven't done it (yet) but I would think you could substitute chicken or hamburger instead of the roast beef.

Recipe #110044

A treat for your canine friends!

Recipe #108670

Posted in honor of Woody, our red-headed stepchild lab mix! One day our vet said, "Your dog is fat!" This is the "diet" she prescribed for Woody, and it worked!!! Woody safely and gradually lost 18 lbs over about a year. The best part is that he thought he was getting "people food" every day - he never even knew he was on a diet!

Recipe #133798

I made these one year for a fundraiser bake sale for the local animal shelter... I figured, it's a bake sale, why not animal treats? They're not hard to make, and your pooch will love them. NOTE: these are not intended as people food.

Recipe #103232

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 txgammi

This is one recipe that your feline friend won't be finicky about! Although I don't have a cat, this recipe was obtained from a cat-loving friend of mine that has totally spoiled her kitty with these. Cook time is for rice and is approximate.

Recipe #91152

This may have originated with Three Dog Cafe, but was passed on to me. All the dogs who tested them loved them. Easy, cheap to make. I usually cook 1 lb of meat and freeze in 1 cup containers for future use.High Altitude: add 2 Tbl flour and cook 30-35 minutes at 360 degrees.

Recipe #28035

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