Homemade peanut butter dog biscuits with soy milk may be just the thing for a dog that loves peanut butter and is lactose intolerant.
Why soy milk? Because it does not contain the simple sugar, lactose. A dog becomes lactose intolerant when their body does not produce the appropriate amount of an enzyme. So the sugar in regular milk, called lactose, is not digested. What that boils down to for your dog is vomiting, diarrhea and stomach discomfort.
Actually, most dogs have a tendency toward lactose intolerance. However, there are dogs that are not lactose intolerant. When given milk they do not have any intestinal or stomach problems. If you choose to give your dog milk, do so in a small amount, or switch to soy milk instead!
When choosing a soy milk be sure to get one that is unsweetened or sugar free and plain in flavor.
Additional flour for rolling
Storing - These homemade dog treats should stay fresh in the refrigerator for two weeks. Keep the fresh in the freezer for up to four months.
Yield - Depends on the size of your cookie cutter. With a medium size cutter, this recipe will make around 35 homemade peanut butter dog biscuits with soy milk.
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