By Mischka on May 30, 2006
"These are packed with parsley to make your dog's breath smell great and they boast a stack of vitamin C and iron as well. My dog LOVES them. Sometimes I substitute pumpkin for the carrot. The water used will vary for every batch. Taken from Australia's Dr Harry's recipe."
Serving Size: 1 (17 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 36
"Seriously!? I have bought so many dog treats hoping they would make our dogs breath fresher and the only thing we ever found were greenies and I am not in the position to spend that much on dog treats! I was out of several of the ingredients when I first made them, but I improvised and put them on in the oven. I had to bake them a lot longer than I thought, but I think it's because I modified the recipe. Some even got a little brown. I let them get hard and then started handing them out. They loved them and their breath has never been fresher! I am not one to leave reviews unless I am super excited about something. We have 3 dogs of all different ages and they all smell 100% better. As soon as they hear me grab the ziploc, they come running. I am making more today, but have all of the ingredients this time. I am sure they will come out wonderfully and my bank account appreciates the homemade treats. Thank you so much for posting!"
"ok this is another one I chose for PAC-06. I made these at my SIL place cause she has a dog that loves treats. I stored them in an airtight container in the fridge and she also froze some. The dog loved em we didn't seem to have problems with molding. I am not sure how the frozen ones will be but I can post that later."
"I thought this recipe for home made treats might be the answer, but unfortunately my two dogs did not like them, despite all the coaxing from me!<br/><br/>Also, even though I stored them in an airtight container, they started growing mould after about 7-8 days."
"Great biscuits for the dog. Also shared with friends and their dogs loved them."
"I got this recipe from Dr Harry too on the BH&G website! My old dog loved them, also adding a littel bit of stock powder makes them more attractive to the fussier dogs! I haven't had a problem with moulding, perhaps cook them a little longer so they dry out a bit more, and reduce the moisture content???? Although I wouldn't be to keen to add garlic as is can cause aneamia and other problems ie http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=2&aid=2414"
"Calvin & Maggi love them. I freeze all my homemade bones in a zip-lock, then keep them in the fridge as i use them. I chopped baby carrots in a food processer with cheese. I also added a little garlic powder."
"i made this for my dog who loved it but the problem that i had was that a couple days after i made them i went to give one to the dog and they were all moldy i thought it was what i was storing them in but when i made them again and this time used my food save to store them they still got moldy after a few days."