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 I'm baking cookies for my two sweet dogs.Rocky and Romeo,they seem to like these better than the store bought treats.Anyone else out there make treats for their dogs?
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Dog treats

posted at 10/27/2010 11:47 PM EDT
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 I'm baking cookies for my two sweet dogs.Rocky and Romeo,they seem to like these better than the store bought treats.Anyone else out there make treats for their dogs?

Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/28/2010 1:03 AM EDT
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I'm sure they would love fresh cookies!  Who doesn't?  What kind of ingredients do you use?


Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/28/2010 1:32 AM EDT
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HiGail & OTHERS;
I posted( a swapped recipe) in the old site for dog treats/bones. SorryI don'tremember what Icalledthem.I had itinmy old( VBB)RECIPE BOX.
: I'll check myown PERSONAL RECIPE FILES & SEE IF I CAN LOCATE THAT RECIPE BUT THEN, iMIHGHT NOT BE ABLE TO GET BACKTO THIS SPOT TO POST THE RECIPEFOR YOUEmbarassedFoot in mouth
  I FOUND IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Smilei HOPE THIS ISWHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR???????????????????
DOG BISCUITSWho says a creative cook can only prepare goodies for the human family members. Dogs are man (& woman's) "BEST FRIEND" & deserve a special treat from us now & then, too. This recipe makes about 8 dozen; that's 96 dogie treats;, so an occassional baking effort  for fido or MollyB is deffinitely in order 
INGREDIENTS:makes about 8 dozen; that's 96 dogie treats PLEASE CHECK W/YOUR VET for approvalbefore making & serving these to your sweet dogies
 
DRY INGREDIENTS3-1/2 C AP flour2C WW flour 1C rye flour1C oatmeal2C cracked wheat (bulghur)1/2C non fat dry milk powder4tsp saltOTHER INGREDIENTS: 1pkt  dry yeast1/4C warm water2C chicken stock or other liquid(bouillon ,pan drippings, or water from cooking vegetables1 egg & 1TBS milk for top glaze     DIRECTIONS:Begin in the evenning after you've done your last baking of the dayUse a LARGE BOWL In this largebow; combine first  7 (dry) ingredientsIn a separate bowl; disolve yeast in warm water,add other liquid choiceKnead the mixturefor about 3 minutes.The dough will be quite stiff.If it's too stiff, addextra liquid or an egg.Rol dough out onto floured board to 1/4" thickness.Immediately cut into shapesw/ coookie cutters:: people:(mailman or jogger or aimals: cats, squirrels or a ball(circle shape)This is where a little "whimsy" can add to the funPlace on ungreased cookie sheet(s)Mix eg & milk for glaze & brush over tops before baking.Bake in 300' oven for 45 minutes.Turn off heat & allow thebiscuits to remain in the oven overnight to get "BONE HARD"Store in an airtight container outof reach of your dog, who will try to help him/herself to these  treats.    

s for their dogs?
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Re: Dog treats: ISTHISTHERECIPE YU HOPEDFOR??????????????????/

posted at 10/28/2010 1:39 AM EDT
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i FOUNDMYOWNRECIPE(ORIGINALLYPOSTEDIN"swappedrecipes' A LONG TIME AGO.
i CALLEDIT 'dogbiscuits"
I alreadyposteditheretonightbut cannot locateit.SoI ampostingit again, here asa"REPLY" to your postrequestingthistypeof recipe.
I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU????????????????
DOG BISCUITSWho says a creative cook can only prepare goodies for the human family members. Dogs are man (& woman's) "BEST FRIEND" & deserve a special treat from us now & then, too. This recipe makes about 8 dozen; that's 96 dogie treats;, so an occassional baking effort  for fido or MollyB is deffinitely in order! INGREDIENTS:makes about 8 dozen; that's 96 dogie treatsDRY3-1/2 C AP flour2C WW flour 1C rye flour1C oatmeal2C crackedwheat (bulghur)1/2C non fat dry milk powder4tsp saltOTHER: 1pkt  dry yeast1/4C warm water2C chicken stock or other liquid(bouillon ,pan drippings, or water from cooking vegetables1 egg & 1TBS milk for top glaze     DIRECTIONS:Begin in the evenning after you've done your last baking of the dayUse a LARGE BOWL In this largebow; combine first  7 (dry) ingredientsIn a separate bowl; disolve yeast in warm water,add other liquid choiceKnead the mixturefor about 3 minutes.The dough will be quite stiff.If it's too stiff, addextra liquid or an egg.Rol dough out onto floured board to 1/4" thickness.Immediately cut into shapesw/ coookie cutters:: people:(mailman or jogger or aimals: cats, squirrels or a ball(circle shape)This is where a little "whimsy" can add to the funPlace on ungreased cookie sheet(s)Mix eg & milk for glaze & brush over tops before baking.Bake in 300' oven for 45 minutes.Turn off heat & allow thebiscuits to remain in the oven overnight to get "BONE HARD"Store in an airtight container outof reach of your dog, who will try to help him/herself to these  treats.    

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 I'm baking cookies for my two sweet dogs.Rocky and Romeo,they seem to like these better than the store bought treats.Anyone else out there make treats for their dogs?
Posted by gale g

Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/28/2010 5:32 AM EDT
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This is the recipe I use to make dog cookies:Chunky peanut butter cookies : 4 cups of whole wheat flour,2 cups of oatmeal 3/4 cup of chunky peanut butter,2 1/2 cups of very hot water, 3 Tblsp. molasses.Mix all ingredients well.Roll out 1/4 inch thick on a floured board and cut with cookie cutters of your choice.I have all different cookie cutters that I use.I have bunnies,bone shaped and a newly accquired kitty cat and others also.Place on an ungreased cookie sheet and bake @350 degrees for 40 minutes turn the oven off and allow them to cool in the oven.I store them in a gallon size freezer bag.This recipe makes a lot 6-8 dozen.you can place these close together,they will not stick to each other or the pan.Why not bake some for your favorite dogs on your christmas list.Thank you Ann for the new recipes,I will make these for them ,Rocky and Romeo thank you also.

Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/28/2010 7:29 AM EDT
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Laughing    Anyone know a CAT treat recipe?

Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/28/2010 9:02 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: Dog treats:
    Anyone know a CAT treat recipe?
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy,there are homemade cat treats on the internet,I remember seeing them when looking for dog recipes.

Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/28/2010 9:30 AM EDT
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Thank you Gale --- I'll start looking.  I NEED to look because these dreadful cats expect fancy treats .... chicken breasts slowly cooked in chicken broth, chopped by hand, mixed with the remaining broth and stored in "snack" zip-loc bags piled in a freezer bag and stored in deep freezer.
Something easier would be nice.

Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/28/2010 2:19 PM EDT
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lucky dogs. i agree i'am sure they are better.. good going

Re: Dog treats

posted at 10/29/2010 10:40 PM EDT
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FOR CAT TREATS:
open a Can   of TUNAa & STAND BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
VETS  reccomend not oing this too often,  tuna may contain Some 
TOXIC  factors.
My cats say "NEVER MIND ABOUT THATWink Laughing 
Maestro loves his own dry chow & enjoys it as  hand fed treats
Cali loves & eats everything, nothing is better than anything else.
"It's all good"    They both love leftover  meat & poutry and sliced DELI meats    Limit those too too much sodium for them.]