5 Reviews

really great, I just wouldn't put any onion or garlic in this, very bad for dogs

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Aubribanana July 29, 2010

OK, so garlic CAN be toxic to dogs. However, it has positive benefits such as being a flea repellent. You should check with your vet first. Onions shouldn't be given to dogs. So, I made this with a carrot and no garlic (made a different treat today with garlic)...Charlie (my pup) loved it! It was for his birthday, so he got to lick the spoon and bowl. I think he'll help me in the kitchen more often now :). He gives it 5 stars and I also give it 5 stars for it's ease in making!!! Thanks!!!

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Jentry December 27, 2008

just FYI, onions, which you mentioned in your recipe, are toxic to dogs. They contain thiosulphate, which cause the dog's red blood cells to burst. I would recommend trying this recipe with another vegetable, and I intend to try it myself, just not with onions!

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VeggieHippie December 24, 2006

Dogs should NEVER be given garlic as well as other household flavorings/ingredients. You might as well flavor it with antifreeze. Just because they eat it doesn't mean it's healthful.

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jlongly July 03, 2008

My doggie loved these!!! I made them w/carrot and mozzarela cheese, they were nice and soft. My mom told me she even snuck one and said it was too good to give to the dog!!!

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Katrina November 20, 2003
Tail Waggin' Cheese & Veggie Treats for Dogs