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Italian Spinach Ball Made these for our two Bernese Mountain Dogs and they just loved them. Will make some more this week. Also took some to try on their
I'd like to make it easier, and cheaper, to get the maximum CFUs of probiotics into my dog's diet. Powders and sprinkle capsules seem to be the best source
I made these recently. Used bacon grease instead of egg wash. Also used a small heart cutter and scored them to easily break into reward size treats.Got
Haven't used this recipe yet. Wanted to see if I could add the meat (in my question). Chef's Answer ~ Hmm, that's a great question. :) I don't see
I'm going to try the recipe with peanut butter instead of butter.. Chef's Answer ~ Yes, dogs can have butter. However, you can also easily substitute
Hi There... I am currently working on a new business where I will be making and selling out of my home soft liver training treats that are a made to order
I want to start making my own sweet potato treats; I'm tired of buying them! I have a dehydrator, how can I make these chewy in it please? (You mention
I took some to the dog park for the other dogs and they all went crazy for them!
The temperature is evidently not correct. My stoves been on over three hours. They are no where near ready. Next time I'll go with a higher temp. I thought
I would like to know the caloric and fat content of each biscuit please. Chef's Answer ~ I can not guarantee the exact nutritional content of these dog