Dog Treats

Dog Treats

Dog treats are the essential for all dog owners. Most dogs rather eat their cookies than their food. Most times this is because more thought and care is put into selecting treats than the main meal. There is a reason people make a living making homemade goodies for dogs. Natural treats are everywhere, even the counters of gas stations. You would be amazed how easy it is to make these treats for yourself. If you want to save some money, and possibly make some, start making your own dog cookies at home.

Peanut Butter Dog Treats

The peanut butter dog cookie is an essential for any dog home. Dogs just go crazy for them and they are good for your pup too. You will need two and a half cups of whole wheat flour and a forth of a cup of white flour. Add to it a forth cup of oatmeal and one and a forth tablespoon of baking powder. In a separate bowl you will need to add a cup of milk with a cup of peanut butter with a tablespoon of honey and mix well. Then stir the two mixtures together. Once thoroughly mixed, knead and roll out the dough onto a floured surface. Cup out your dog cookies using a cookie cutter or make them into little balls. Place them on a foiled baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes. You are guaranteed to have a very happy dog when you are done making these dog treats.

Meaty Tails

Looking for a simple, cheap, meat biscuits for your pup? The Meaty Tails are just what you need to make. Grab two Stage to jars of baby food, one carrot and two meat flavors. Add the baby food into a large bowl and add a third cup of wheat germ, a forth cup of powdered milk, and a forth teaspoon of garlic powder. Make sure to mix well till thick. Make patties out of your meaty mixture and bake on a foiled cookie sheet at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. These dog treats will soon be a huge staple in your home, as they are cheap and easy to make and dogs go crazy for them.

Dog Liver Cookies

Liver should be used in dog treats rather than food. The reason is in high amounts live can be toxic to dogs. To be safe many people avoid using it in homemade dog foods and choose it as a treat ingredient as well. Add a half a cup of dried milk to a half a cup of wheat germ. Mix in a 3 and a half ounce jar of baby food liver or blended fresh liver and add a teaspoon of honey. Mix all the ingredients well. Oil or foil a baking sheet and roll the mixture into small balls and flatten them with a fork. Cook at 350 degrees for 8 – 10 minutes. The cookies will have a fudge consistency and should be stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

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