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Dog Treat Mixing Bowl - Issue #37 - Breath Busting Charcoal Dog Treats
September 01, 2012

Charcoal Dog Treats
Breath Busting
Black Beauties Cookies

What's Cooking? Dog treats, of course! The Dog Treat Mixing Bowl newsletter will keep you up-to-date on the latest recipes, ingredients, tips and techniques. Our goal is to make baking homemade dog treats simple, fun, and nutritious.

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Black Beauties Charcoal Cookies

Charcoal Dog Cookies Recipe - Black may become your new favorite color with these charcoal breath freshening dog treats.

Activated charcoal is an absorbing ingredient that helps eliminate the negative symptoms of bad breath and gas.

The next time your dog greets you with a kiss, pucker up, because her breath will be sweet.

We have two other dog treat recipes that should "freshen" your outlook on your dogs kisses.

Our Mint Kiss Dog Cookies Recipe

and ....

our Parsley Pucker-Ups Dog Treat Recipe

Quick Fix Alternative to
Homemade Dog Treats

Have you run out of time to make homemade dog treats? We understand, sometimes it's a challenge to make our own healthy food, let alone yummy treats for our dogs.

Just because you are short on time doesn't mean your dog has to go without healthy dog treats.

There are otherCharcoal Dog Treats to choose from.

Dusty Dog Treat Recipes

Have you seen one of our dog treat recipes and thought, my dog would love that! Then you got busy and forgot to make the homemade dog treat?

That's why we've started a new feature of "Dusty Dog Treat Recipes" to remind you of the healthy and delicious homemade dog treats that you may have forgotten about.

If you haven't forgotten these particular ones, and you have made them, be sure to fill out the Dog's Taste-bud Feedback on the bottom of the recipe's page so all of our visitors can read your review and experience.

It's not quite time for winter squashes yet, but you can use canned pure pumpkin or sweet potatoes instead.

Try these healthy dog muffins using a mini muffin tin.

The second dog treat recipe is a savory ham and cheese cookie. Try our Ham & Cheese on Rye Dog Cookies for a tempting treat your dog will love. Testimonials

We get lots of feedback from our website visitors, just like you. Here's what some of them are saying . . .

"I found your website this AM. Thank you for your info! I have 2 Labs that LOVE Dogsters/Frosty Paws year round and with the way money is today, wanted to find a recipe so I can make my own, and thanks to your recipes I have! Good Luck and you now have a #1 subscriber! "

"My Ginger flips over the liver treats, thanks for the recipe."

What are your thoughts? Don't keep them to yourself, Contact Us and let us know what you like, or even dislike, about Dog Treat The more you share, the more you help all dog treat bakers, and their dogs.

Newsletter Sneak Peek

What's New for the October issue?

We'll have a Triple Apple Dog Cake that you will want to try. It may even inspire you to throw your first dog party!

See you here in a month! :)

Are you and your dog hungry for more? Let me know what you would like to see on the Dog Treat

Want more of a certain type of recipe? Need treat ideas for your next dog party? Let me know what's missing from the dog treat pantry and I'll get to it right away.

Thanks for reading. Until next time,

Happy Dog Treat Baking!


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