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Dog Treat Mixing Bowl, Issue #01 - National Cherry Month
March 03, 2009

Bake Salmon Cakes for Dogs
& Follow the Iditarod

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

Do you know a dog that would appreciate a homemade dog treat? Then forward a copy of this newsletter to your friend and their dog.

If a friend DID forward this to you, and you'd like to know more, you can subscribe to this newsletter. Or visit us online at Dog Treat

In This Issue

  • Are You Ready for the Iditarod?
  • Health Benefits of Fish Oil for Dogs
  • Salmon Cakes Recipe
  • Featured Website

Are You Ready for the Iditarod?

Well, you and your dog may not be physically in shape to participate in the Iditarod, which is called the “Last Great Race on Earth”, but you can still support it from the comfort of your couch with your personal sled team.

History shows us that the native Alaskans fed salmon to their sled dogs. Even modern day dog mushers feed their dog teams salmon. That's why this month we are giving special attention to all the health benefits of salmon.

The race starts on March 7th, so prepare a batch of Salmon Cakes for Dogs and enjoy the festivities!

Want to learn even more? Then check out the official website for the Iditarod at

Health Benefits of Fish Oil for Dogs

Fish and fish oil is not just for cats. Your dog will love the addition of fish to her diet and you'll love knowing she's getting healthy Omega-3 fatty acids. Learn about all the ways that fish oil for dogs can benefit your dogs health and nutrition.

Salmon Cakes for Dogs Recipe

Your dog can benefit from fish oil from natural sources like salmon. Try our new Salmon Cakes recipe and don't forget about the yogurt dill tartar sauce!

Featured Website

This month we are featuring a website we think you'll enjoy.

Are you looking to add a new member to your family? Then you'll want to start by doing lots of research. Check out Pedigreed to learn more about purebred dogs and which one will fit your family. Did you know that you could even rescue or adopt a purebred dog? Then you can bake even more homemade dog treats for your growing pack!

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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