by Marguerite Jandreau
My son is serving with the US Air Force in Afghanistan. He is a dog handler/security officer. While he's deployed a friend is watching his personal dog, Anna a golden lab.
The man watching Anna also has 3 large dogs of his own. A golden lab, a great dane and a weimaraner. As a thank you for watching my son's dog, I plan on baking special dog treats for the 4 dogs and sending them to Utah every week.
I have found several recipes that I am interested in making (tonight I plan on making the sweet-potato dog chews). My question is about shipping. Should I always send them priority? Is there a special way to package them to assure freshness? Any other tips you may have would be greatly appreciated.
Chef's Answer ~ What a wonderful treat for your son's dog, and the her three temporary companions! :)
Well, shipping priority is the preferred method since it will arrive within a few days, instead of a few weeks.
Here are a few tips to help you and others ship homemade dog treats:
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