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Chef Erin! Thank you for a great recipe! <br/>I substituted sodium free chicken broth for the milk for more dog appeal.<br/>My Little Matty LOVES them.<br/><br/>P.S. Sweet doggie!
My dog loves these cookies! Thanks for a recipe that I go back to time and time again to make a tasty treat for my pup!
I made these for our min pin. I try our dogs home made food and treats in front of our dog. He is really picky and don't want to eat unless one of a try it. He has store bought dog food but we have to trick him in to thinking we tryed it. The people that had him before only feed him leftovers. So now we have to trick him in to eating. These are made of our food and not road kill. Our min pin loves them and my son likes them too lol. I cut the recipe in half and add 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese. Marley Bear our dog loves them.
My labradoodle was never a peanut butter lover but craves these treats! He loves them baked, chilled or practically anything. Love these cookies!
My friends dogs loved these. Healthy and easy to make. Thanks for sharing.
My son and I made a double batch for a bake sale. Very easy recipe, pretty much fail-proof for a 9 year old! My hubby had to do some of the final mixing as it got to be a bit tough for us. Rolled out easily, cut out beautifully, and our golden lab loved testing them out for us! Of course we saved a good portion for him as well. They were a great seller!
Good stuff. Easy to make. The first dog treat that wasn't overly sticky and hard to work. Even the finicky eater came back for seconds.
AWSOME RECIPE ! We had a girl scout event and made a few batches, and took them to our local SPCA. The dogs loved the treats as much as the attention. My lab waits in the kitchen watching and waiting until they come out of the oven. He's as gitty as a child in a toy store. Thanks for posting!
My dog LOVES the treats so much that he sits in the kitchen the whole time I am baking them! Very easy to make (which is great.. I am no cook!)!
I only had Skippy extra crunchy peanut butter in the pantry. While kneading the dough, the peanut pieces were falling out of the dough left and right and I'd say more than half of them ended up in the trashcan so I'd recommend sticking with creamy. The dough was very easy to roll out and use cookie cutters on. I set the timer for 20 minutes exactly and they were perfect. Our dogs love them. Thanks for posting this recipe!