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I made these dog cookies and they were a big hit. The ingredients smell delightful. I added a tiny bit of honey and a hint of cinnamon. I used mini cookie
how do you store these and if at room temp how long will they last. Chef's Answer ~ Storing homemade dog treats all comes down to how dry your treats
It seems that everything in these recipes will make my dog itch. She has many allergies such as eggs, wheat, rice, chicken, beef, goat and lamb. I have
Website: www.pennyschoice.com About us: We're Penny's Choice, a family owned and operated dog supply store. We are located in the frozen tundra of St.
I have not made this yet. My dogs are on a grain/gluten/dairy free diet. Chef's Answer ~ Yes, you can substitute almond flour in this dog treat recipe.
My dogs 2nd birthday is coming up in 2 weeks. I want to make him a special present. He is allergic to Peanut butter, Cornmeal And yeast. Can you help me
Can coconut flour be used for this recipe and would the amount be the same? Chef's Answer ~ Yes, you could use coconut flour in this dog treat recipe.
CAN I SUBSTITUTE A GRAIN FREE FLOUR AND WOULD AMOUNT BE THE SAME Chef's Answer ~ Yes, you can substitute a grain free flour. I would recommend a blend
I am still in the process of making the treats. Chef's Answer ~ Yes, it is still a good idea to refrigerate these dried liver treats. Even though a great
It is so easy. I just made my second batch. Abby loved them. Fussy Pixie turned up her nose. I will try a cheese biscuit next to see if Pixie will accept