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Recipe for Tasty Dog Treats and much more Baggins' Bites Newsletter
January 16, 2007
Dear Fellow Dog Lover,

January í07
Welcome to Bagginsí Bites the fr*e monthly ezine that features pet tips, dog treat recipes and much more.

Happy New Year!

2006 was a great year and I would like to thank everyone for subscribing and being loyal readers. It makes it all worth it when you write to me and thank me for recipes, offer suggestions, and ask questions. Thanks so much!

I have some exciting things in the ezine this month and Iím experimenting with the format, so please, let me know if the links donít work.

In this issue:
I. Is Your Dog Fussy About Food? By Guest Author Kirsten Frisch, owner of

II. Highlights of Last Month's Survey What's Your Favorite Thing About Your Dog and What Do You Feed Your Dog?

III. Recipe Chicken "Bones"

Is Your Dog a Fussy Eater?

I. Kirsten Frisch, owner of explores a medical problem that could be behind a finicky eater. Is Your Dog a Fussy Eater?

What's Your Favorite Thing About Your Dog?

Thanks to all who responded to the last month's survey, Here are some of my favorite responses to those who answered, "What's Your Favorite Thing About Your Dog?"

"Everything about my dog is my favorite,he's lovin'and funny but my favorite thing about him is his attitude. He has the heart of a lion in a corgi body."

I have vision of the cowardly lion "grring" and trying to look ferocious.

"One sits up on his hind legs like a prairie dog, waving his front paws in the air. The other tries to copy but is so goofy and uncoordinated, and much heavier!"

Isn't that a funny image?

What Foods Do You Feed Your Dog?

Most of you feed your dogs a mix of homecooked and commercial foods. Eukanuba, Nature's Gift, Pedigree, Schmakos, SuperCoat, home-cooked biscuits, veggies, eggs, sardines, a little bit of bread, Neways Dog supplement Optimum Plus were all from one reader--now there's variety!

Another mentioned Van Patten - holistic chicken and someone else said she feeds kibble and some raw. She keeps chickens so pooch gets chicken feet as treats as well as necks and the wings, treats are usually raw or baked meat with ginger and garlic.

A lot of you said you feed Nutro and Eukanuba as kibble mixed with table scraps and/or raw meat.

You must have some happy and healthy pups!


Chicken "Bones"

Using a bone cookie cutter you can make this cute and easy homemade chicken dog treat recipe for your dog in under an hour.


More All-Natural Dog Treat Recipes

Until next time, Yours in treats

Jennifer and Baggins Your stop for all-natural-dog-treat recipes and tips on improving your dogs health and happiness all naturally.

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