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Homemade DIY Dog Biscuits/Treats



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Homemade DIY Dog Biscuits/Treats

Concerned about what could be in your dogs treats you praise them with? You should be, just like our food these pet food industries put ridiculous chemicals and stuff in their food and treats! Here is a way to make your own dog treats for your little furry family member!

What you'll need:

1. 2 and 1/2 cups of flour.
2. 1 teaspoon of salt.
3. 1 egg.
4. 1 cube of bouillon.
5. 1/2 cup of hot water
6. bone shaped cookie cutter (and shape will do though)

What you need to do:

1. Dissolve bouillon in the water.
2. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl.
3. once it is mixed and a dough has formed, put the dough on a powered cutting board or counter.
4. Roll the dough out until it is smooth and even.
5. use your cookie cutter to press out as many treats as you can
6. place those treats on a baking sheet and bake in over at 350° for 30 minutes!

There you have it homemade dog treats in 30 minutes! Cant wait to try this!!

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MusicMoguls

This is way to much pets are becoming more spoiled by the day. I have a question for you though what is bouillon? I wonder if i could eat this myself and if it tastes good. I wonder if my dogs will like it, are you going to do this soon! We need to make our own treats i wonder if its more cost effective to do it this way rather than buy them. I would be willing to buy everything you need to do this once a week if you are up to it. I will spread the word about this to my friends so everyone can start cooking treats. Thanks for sharing this its awesome cant wait to see it myself.




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ermini2

hahaha i know right...bouillon is like broth....it comes in little cubes and it dossolves in water to my broths for soups and certain dishes.

i could probably use either the chicken or beef flavor bouillon in this dog treat recipe!!

i think im going to tey this put for our pooches! and if they like it, i found another recipe for peanut butter ones!!! thanks for responding




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Lynne

This is lovely, I bet you could even make money selling homemade dog biscuits and treats. The truth is that not only do we not know what is really in our own food but we don't know what is in our pets food either and I am sure that a lot less care is put into what our pets eat!

If I still had dogs I would be very interested in buying homemade dog biscuits and I am sure a lot of other dog owners would feel exactly the same as me.




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ermini2

someone could definitely make money selling homemade dog treats!! i know there is a place about 45 minutes from us that has homemade dog treats and biscuits and even dog nailpolish!!! LOL

its so bad that we rrally cant trust whay goes into any of own food unless we grow it ourselves!




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Cristian

Besides the eggs there is no animal product in there, maybe there is a way to add some meat in all of this mix?




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ermini2

im sure you could add meat into it but im not sure how well the biscuit would stay in tact. its worth a shot though! thanks for the idea!




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Heatman6190

This is really a wonderful informative guidelines on how to make a homemade treat for your dog. The steps are quite simple and easy to follow, definitely I'm going to try it out in no distant time and see I actually do in turning such nice piece of information into a good homemade treat for Billy.

I just hope he likes it when I'm done because he is kind of too choosy when it comes to what he eats. Although I have tried forcing it to eat anything I offered it but he is not always happy about that so I stopped and simply allow him eat whatever it feels comfortable eating. I just hope should I succeed in making the homemade treat that he would enjoy eating it, otherwise it would be a completely wasted effort.




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wallet

I never thought we can make biscuits for our dogs at home, I know that my wife makes cookies for us but never for our dog. We buy biscuits for him from a pet store and he eats only the food I buy. I don't feed my dog with food made in the house, because that is what the vet told me, not to feed the dog with our food.




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Blank629

I want to feed my dog something new. And also, buying its food is so expensive. So this alternative is very helpful to me. A biscuit is not bad.




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Kakashi2020

Wow, Dog Cookies. I think I'll make a batch this December for my dogs. It would be my Christmas Gift to them and I'll put it in a jar along with some ribbons with their names on it and I'll put it under the Christmas tree.




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