If your dog has ever turned up his nose at the prospect of more of the “same old” dog food, these treats are for you.
I've used them to make sure that Bear keeps his weight up during the summer months (he goes through these fast phases during the summer when it’s super-hot outside).
1 ¼ cups water
> Start by taking 2 cups of your dog’s regular (everyday) food.
> Place dry food into a blender or food processor and grind the kibble into a powder (it’ll be a little grainy, but that’s just fine)
> Pour the powder into a medium sized mixing bowl and add your water
> Stir until a dough forms (it’ll be slightly sticky)
> Using a table spoon or small cookie dropper, drop the dog cookies onto an ungreased cookie sheet
> Bake at 350 for approximately 30 minutes
> Cook completely before serving.
* Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to one week
These treats are a great way to liven up Fido’s food and inspire his appetite. They’re also great for pooches who are watching their waistlines (so long as treats are given in moderation and do not exceed your dog’s daily requirement for food).
Keep your tails wagging