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Ebook - Homemade Treats for Good Doggies

The popularity of "all natural" bakery style pet treats is growing. Baked dog treats, made from the same ingredients found in our own food, are a huge hit with many advocates of alternative all-natural pet diets and also with dog lovers who want to indulge their pets with wholesome, yummy snacks, regardless of their daily method of feeding. Treats that look and smell appetizing are a welcome change from dog biscuits and chews sold in supermarkets.

Dogs can now to take their owners to pet food bakeries to shop for freshly baked doggy donuts, cakes, brownies, and cookies in all shapes, flavors and sizes. If you don't have a local pet food bakery you can buy bakery-style treats, packed in cellophane bags and window boxes, in many pet stores and at countless online pet treat shops... at premium prices.

Or... You can pamper your dogs with gourmet treats, fresh from your own kitchen, at a fraction of the cost of buying them.

Homemade Treats for Good Doggies features recipes for a variety of treats to please every canine palette. It includes over 50 recipes for biscuits, crunchies, and training treats plus additional recipes for cakes and cupcakes, donuts, bagels, biscotti, jerky and frosties. It has wheat free recipes, recipes for breath freshening treats, easy microwave recipes, and stuffing ideas for KongŪ toys. There's recipes for biscuits made with a rolling pin and cookie cutters, recipes for drop cookie crunchies, and recipes for brownies and bites baked in cake pans. Two biscuit mix in a jar recipes include printable, four-fold, all-occasion tags, and Christmas tags. Finishing touches include yogurt-dipped treats, carob-dipped treats, a glaze for shiny biscuits and cream cheese frosting.

Healthy foods like chicken, turkey, lean beef, eggs, rice, carrots, and peanut butter are used in the recipes. You probably already have most of the ingredients on hand. Chicken broth, beef broth and strained meat baby foods are convenient, frequently used main ingredients.


When you make your own pet treats, you know exactly what goes into them, and what does not.... like no food coloring and no preservatives. Homemade Treats for Good Doggies includes information about the health benefits of the recipe ingredients. It also explains why several ingredients that are perfectly safe for humans should never be used in dog foods. Some widely circulated pet treat recipes found on various sites around the internet still include harmful ingredients like raisins or onions.


You can adjust the thickness and size of the biscuits to suit your dog's age, size and chewing ability. Extra thick, super crunchy biscuits are perfect for large breed power chewers. Thin, softer biscuits are best for seniors and dogs with worn, cracked or missing teeth.

More tips on rolling and cutting the dough and storing home baked pet treats are included.

Watching happy dogs, even picky eaters, gobble up the goodies you've made for them is fun, rewarding and worth every bit of your effort.

Price: $5 US

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Global Decor Dog Bone Shaped Cutters Set of 3
Dog Bone Shaped Cutters - Set of 3
This set of 3 heavy gauge copper plated cookie cutters is just what you'll need for making dog biscuits from these recipes. The small cutter is 3 inches, the medium is 3.5 inches and the large is 4 inches long. A storage box is included.



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