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Homemade dog treats

Learn some of these fantastic homemade dog treats to have your pet fetch you your slippers every time you get home. Alright so maybe that's an exaggeration; but these tips on how to make dog treats will surely make you a hit to any beloved canine. The best part about it is they are pretty easy to make too.

Let's begin with the more savory treats shall we? If you are having chicken for dinner then it will be a perfect time to prepare your doggie's little snack items as well. Cut the chicken you can spare in little strips and spread them over a baking sheet with plenty of cheese sprinkled on top of them. Bake them in a pre-heated oven of about 110°C until it becomes crisp. Let it cool and its ready to be served.

You can also put a beef heart or liver in boiling water and allow it to simmer for about two hours. By then it should be thoroughly cooked and ready. Remove from water and slice the organ meat into bite sized treats. Put these in an air tight container and freeze until you need it. Ensure that it is completely defrosted before serving to the eager puppy lest he suffers from indigestion and an iced jaw.

Hot dogs are accessible and cheap nibbles for the canine as well. After cooking the sausages, cut these up into slivers and heat them in a microwave until they are tough. Keep these snackables in a bag with you at all times for ready treats you can give. If you are one of those who hold doggie treats in your mouth, these yummy snacks will be perfect for you.

How about some sweet treats? Mix 2 Tbsp honey, 2 cups water, an egg and a dash of vanilla in a bowl. Add in a small jar of applesauce and blend all the ingredients well. In another bowl put in 4 cups of flour, 1 Tbsp baking powder and 1Tbsp nutmeg powder and combine all these together. Fold in the batter of the first bowl into the second bowl, thoroughly blending until it the whole mixture is perfectly incorporated into each other. Scoop out dollops of the prepared batter onto a grease lined tray and bake at 350° F for one hour. This delicious dessert is good for 12 servings?6 for Fido and 6 for you.

You can add or subtract ingredients but make sure to research first before you do. Certain food that we eat are hazardous to canines like chocolates, grapes and most nuts. These homemade dog treats are easy to make but always exercise special care and consult with the vet before any significant change in their diets are made.

You will know a happy and obedient dog by the loving owner who raised him up. By learning how to make dog treats, you show that you are willing to do more to provide the best for your dog - any canine will give his right paw for a master like you.

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