Recipe for Dog Biscuits - Tasty Gingerbread Men and Bone Biscuits

Homemade dog treat recipes. Make your own chicken dog biscuits with this easy recipe for dogs.
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So "yummy" after my Kyle tasted it. And thanks for your sharing this helpful post, so I can succeed in making these dog biscuits by following your recipe at home. Hope to your post update!
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The primary ingredients in a dog biscuit recipe are carbohydrates, proteins, fats and oils, and fiber. These are combined with other ingredients that have a significant effect on the dog biscuit's final characteristics. The ingredients used for dog biscuits are specially tailored for dogs, and are chosen to be nutritious, easily digested, palatable, and economically feasible. While the materials have a high nutritional content, they are typically not as high quality as similar ingredients used in human food. Great idea to add the brewer’s yeast. There’s a new recipe on our blog for dog biscuits that have brewer’s yeast in them. Check it out!
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Photo provided by Flickr8 recipes for dog biscuits: bread machine; canine cookies; cheese bone; bacon; oatmeal/wheat germ; peanut butter; cheese
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Bust out your baking sheets and keep the canines out of the kitchen to make these easy dog biscuit recipes. Find even more homemade goodies for pets on our . Let us know how your pups enjoy these tasty creations! Tag us in your photos and use #gohealthypaws on and .Perfect for or absolutely no reason at all, these dog biscuits from feature another superfood – sweet potatoes! Dogs go gaga for this healthy veggie, which contains over 100% of your daily vitamin A recommendation and plenty of fiber to boot. Orange is the most common variety, but keep an eye out for yellow and purple sweet potatoes, which are tasty as well.This homemade dog biscuit recipe from uses carrot baby food to ensure a smooth texture in these traditional canine temptations. Carrots are loaded with vitamins A, C and K, as well as fiber and antioxidants. Eggs and flour are used here, so these are a no-go for dogs with certain allergies.From comes this recipe for chicken and wild rice dog biscuits. If you have a picky pup, try using the same ingredients in homemade treats that are in their food. In biscuit form, chicken and wild rice are much more appealing than chunks of kibble. These homemade dog biscuits can also be frozen for up to 6 months, so don’t be afraid to bake in bulk!Pumpkin puree gives these scrumptious homemade dog biscuits a rich flavor, perfectly balanced with nutty oats in this recipe from . Avoid using pumpkin pie filling, which has added spices and sugars! Only pure, fresh pureed pumpkin is acceptable for pets and has the health benefits of vitamin C and fiber. Whole wheat flour is used in this dog biscuit recipe, so if your pet has sensitivities to gluten it’s best to use a substitute.Whether or not you have a vegetarian dog, these non-meat biscuits will be snapped up — literally! The recipe comes courtesy of King Arthur friend Elaine Aukstikalnis, who works in a veterinary office; Elaine regularly bakes these biscuits (which have been "vetted by the vet") to bring to work for "the patients."