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    Anyone make their own dog cookies?

    I'm looking for a not too complicated receipe to make dog cookies or bisquits for Daisy and Perry. Right now I give them People crackers during the day and a snausage at night. I would like to make a natural snack for them, something that has a little taste. Does anyone have a receipe or maybe a site that has receipes?

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    Here is a site with an easy and yummy salmon treat recipe: http://www.geocities.com/k9addisons/faqs/salmon.html

    or try this one which has a few as well farther down the page: http://crimsontide.homestead.com/nutritlnk.html

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    Thank you for those 2 sites. The recipes are great!

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    Thanks buckwild, those are great sites and the receipes are pretty easy to follow. Will print out and try them.
    Jackie

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    I have made a couple different kinds for Shaianne. One of them was a soft cookie like treat made with baby food, didn't take long at all. Another one was for milkbone type treats and I used broth instead of water to make it more meaty for her, she like them both. Haven't had much time to do it again, too busy with other stuff!!

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    I have an entire book full of doggy recipes and I have made almost all of them for Nikki! It is called "Three Dog Bakery Cookobook" by Dan Dye and Mark Beckloff. It is wonderful! It has over 50 recipes!

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    Thanks Boxerlover, I will look for that book!
    In fact, I just ordered one this morning.

    [This message has been edited by jackiesdaisy1935 (edited March 06, 2001).]

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    The Three Dog Bakery definitely is a terrific one. I have it, and the girls love all the recipes. I have another great one, whose title escapes me at the moment. It even came with its' own litte doggie-bone shaped cookie cutter! Hugs to Daisy and Perry!

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    Like I said earlier, I made some that I got from Meijer's they are cinnabone or something like that- they smelled great when I was mixing them. www.bakeyourdogabone.com

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