‘Doggy’ Archive

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Dehydrated Easy Gourmet Yams with Bits of Chicken (Doggy Recipe)

Tweet After trying several different ways to do yam treats, these are #2 on Tes’ all time favorites list, and she dies while they dry all day. In case you’re wondering, Luscious Liver Cookies are #1. Tes will pass up store bought every time for these, no matter what it. If you want the simpler, […]

Super Easy Doggy Pumpkin Peanut Butter Bar Cookies

Tweet You know what season it is when you cook Pumpkin Fudge, Pumpkin Fritters (will post this recipe eventually) and Doggy Pumpkin Cookies all in one day, and work a full shift! These cookies are super fast, easy and contain no eggs or corn, the most common allergens. They come out soft and slightly chewy, […]

Easier, Egg-free Liver Cookies

Tweet This is an alternative to my standard Lucious Liver Cookies specifically for dogs that have allergies (like Athena, Pennie’s Pug). These are "bar" cookies that you press into a pan and bake, no cookie cutting or forming. These are also cornmeal free, since it’s another allergen. Ingredients 3/4 cp whole wheat flour 1/2 cp […]

Easy Low-cal Yam and Chicken Chews

Tweet These are really easy, and though I used an inexpensive dehydrator, they could be done in a very low oven. UPDATED: 6/15/2012 to include the chicken broth version. You can see the full process with the dehydrator in pictures on the gourmet version that combines both of these recipes. Ingredients 2 large Yams 2 […]

Canine Beef Bombs

Tweet Ingredients Any pre-cooked leftover meat ground up or 2 sm jars strained baby beef 1/4 cp non-fat dry milk or dry buttermilk 1/2 cp wheat germ Directions Mix all together and shape into small balls. Place on greased cookie sheet and flatten with fork. Bake 15-20 minutes at 325, Store in frig when cool […]

Warm Day Pup Pops

Tweet These are for outside use only!! Mix together 1 qt any fruit juice, 1 mashed banana and 1/2 cup plain yogurt. Freeze in ice cube tray or other containers. Serve frozen outside. Great for teething too!

Lucious Liver Cookies

Tweet These cookies can be made with any size/shape cookie cutter. For puppy class I use medium hearts for the big dogs (they take up less space on a cookie sheet when laid alternating point up or down) and small squares for the pretend dogs. These cookies are the biggest hit of all my animal […]