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Dog Treat Mixing Bowl - Issue #19 - Lip Smacking Chicken Liver Gravy
August 07, 2010

Lip Smacking
Chicken Liver Gravy

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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Dog Treat Recipe of the Month:

Chicken Liver Gravy is so easy to make, you're going to love it. Well, your dog will love the irresistible taste combination of cooked chicken livers and chicken broth that she may request a ladle of gravy over every meal.

But don't think that this simple gravy is boring. On the contrary, there are so many fun ways of making this easy dog treat recipe into good dog eats.

First, you can freeze the gravy into little cubes for a cool summer time treat. Just watch out for brain freeze! :)

This is a wonderful treat for our dog friends with food allergies. With just a few ingredients, none of which are wheat or gluten, you can enjoy this dog treat recipe worry free.

This lip smacking liver gravy is a great place to hide beneficial liquid or powdered dog vitamins, supplements or his regular medicines. Medicine time never tasted so good.

If your dog is a treat toy connoisseur, you'll love mixing this chicken gravy with low fat plain yogurt or low fat cottage cheese, mixing in a few homemade dog treats and freezing in your dog's favorite dog treat toy. That's a sure fire way to keep your dog busy for hours! :)

We've added a new feature - You can click on the picture above and be taken directly to the featured recipe.

Our First Contest!

We're holding our first contest for all dog bakery owners and other dog businesses!

To enter submit your dog bakery or dog business on our website for your very own free business listing.

You can find it here at Submit a Dog Bakery.

All of the bakeries and businesses submitted by the end of Tuesday, August 31st will be entered to win a featured place in the September issue of this newsletter, Dog Treat Mixing Bowl.

The selection guidelines are as follows:

  1. Follow the entry guidelines for a free business listing already outlined on the Submit a Dog Bakery page.

  2. Pictures are not required, but they are highly recommended. The reason is that you are showing off your handy work. Whether that be your homemade dog treats or other dog products and services.

  3. The more creative or unique, the better. Put some real thought into your free business listing. You want your listing to whet the appetite of your reader into learning more, buying or using your service.

Not only do we get thousands of visitors to our website every month, but we also have thousands of newsletter subscribers that will see your business! Why not put your business right in their path by listing your dog business for free! :) Add pictures of your treats, products or services to help show off your hard work.

Dog Treat Jars

Adorn your kitchen counter with beauty. No, not a fancy appliance, a tasteful and functional dog treat jar.

Gone are the days when your dog's treats are hidden from sight or kept fresh with a clip. Now treats can be housed in a personalized jar just for your special little family member.

If you haven't checked out dog treat jars in awhile, you'll be surprised at the array of colors, shapes and sizes.

If your dog already knows the familiar sound of a ceramic jar opening, then give the gift of beauty and function to a deserving friend. Don't forget to fill it with homemade dog treats!

Newsletter Sneak Peek

What's New for September?

We're making another first for Dog Treat Kitchen. We sat back and realized that we don't have any sandwich dog cookies! What a terrible oversight! So, for September we'll bring you a fantastic recipe for your very own dog cookie with a creamy filling.

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 month,

Happy Dog Treat Baking!


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