American Kennel Club Toy Breeds
Homemade Dog Treats
You'll need Kong toy, peanut butter and chicken or beef stock
Get a KONG
Classic Kong Dog Toy that has a hole suitable
Stuff it with peanut butter or other soft, safe food that
Put the filled KONG
toy into your freezer and give it
In the meantime, open ready-made chicken or beef
Get the stuffed toy from the freezer and ensure that the
6. Put back into the freezer until the inside is frozen
give it to your dog on an especially hot day.
Mix two cups of whole wheat (or oat) flour (ideally, whole grain flour)
2. Fold in one cup of skim/nonfat milk
3. Fold in one cup of reduced sodium and fat peanut butter
4. Mix well
5. Roll out on a nonstick cookie sheet so the dough is about one-fourth inch thick
5. Cut with cookie cutters
6. Bake at 375F for 20 minutes
7. Cool and serve
Paws Up" Liver Treats
Place it in a pot filled with water, bring it to a boil and let it
3. Take it out of the water and place it on paper towels to cool
Cut the liver into small cubes (about one-half inch square or
Place the cubes on an over-proof tray and bake for one hour
6. Let the cubes cool before serving. He will love every one
Leftovers can be frozen and doled out for good behavior
If liver is too expensive, buy hot dogs instead. Boil them
1. Buy a steak of your choice, large enough for both of you.
2. Preheat oven to 425-degrees.
Put a little honey (about 2 oz) in a saucepan and heat on
Spray a pan (like a broiler tray) with non-stick spray made
Slice the steak into strips, each about the length of your
6. Use a pastry brush to brush each piece with the runny honey.
7. Bake for ten-minutes at 425-degrees
Let the pieces cool and get hard before giving them to
9. These keep in the refrigerator for up to three days
Do not feed your dog raw meat or fish. He is susceptible
1. Use one large sweet apple such as Red Delicious
2. Peel, core and quarter the apple
3. Use a cheese slicer, knife or mandolin and slice thinly
4. Put a sheet of foil, wax paper or baking parchment on a cookie tray
5. Arrange slices on the paper so they aren't touching one another
6. Bake at 275F for one hour or until lightly browned
7. Turn once or twice to brown on both sides
8. Cool and serve to dog and owner
1. Get a box of regular (not instant) oatmeal.
Cook half-cup of oatmeal (for about 20 treats) or a
Line a cookie tray with foil, wax paper or parchment
3. Drop small globs of the oatmeal on the papered cookie tray
4. Bake at 275F for one hour or until globs turn golden brown
5. Turn once while baking to brown on both sides
6. Cool before serving
Our entire family has scrambled eggs on Sunday mornings, and that includes the dogs.
The humans, however, get spices and salsa in their eggs. The dogs have plain eggs with a twist. Instead of using water when I whip the eggs, I open a can of water-packed tuna and use the juice from the can in lieu of water. Use one tablespoon of tuna water for every egg.
The dogs go wild. Remember, no salt or other spices for canines. The tuna flavor is more than enough.
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