Dog Treats with Meat
Dog treats are easy to make and healthier than many commercial treats.
If your dog has never had a homemade treat, give it a try and bake some up! He'll know the difference!
How to Store Your Dog's Treats
With the exception of the meatloaf and meatballs which should be wrapped up and kept in the refrigerator or freezer, cookie-style treats will keep best in an airtight container.
The drier they are the longer they'll keep.
You can store them in a cookie jar or in the fridge.
You can also make a big batch and freeze them.
Chicken a la Bone
I'll bet you have the ingredients for this in your cupboards right now. What are you waiting for?
Chick 'N Biscuits
Under an hour to make (including baking)!
Adding flaxseeds packs this treat with hearth healthy Omega-3's.
Why parsley? It helps freshen breath! And you know your dog can use that!
Meatloaf with Veggies
More than a treat, this meatloaf can feed the whole family.
Made with eggs and a little meat, veggies and cheese, this entree can be shared with you. Easy to make and use up those bits and pieces in the fridge!
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Tasty Bacon Bites
These bacon bites are a pup's nirvana. Fry up the bacon, mix with some flour and bake. Viola, you're a goddess!
Rye Dog Bacon Treat
This rye-based treat will have your bacon-loving hound howling in anticipation.
Face it, dogs love biscuits made with bacon.
These treats can be whipped up quickly and freeze well.
Use your favorite cookie cutters to make fun shapes with these treats. The nutty flavor of flaxseeds will taste good and the healthy fats in the flaxseeds will add a little dose of healthiness to the bacony goodness.
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