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    Default need recipes for dog treats please

    Hello, I am looking for some all-natural dog treat recipes. We are trying to avoid corn & wheat if possible but anything will be better than the store-bought garbage we've been giving him (aggravates his allergies)

    I have heard about sweet potato treats as well as pumpkin... looking for quick & easy recipes that I can make in large batches and maybe freeze...? Dog is a 9-month old pit if that helps.


    Thanks in advance
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    Hi,

    I have a blog for dogs and their people. I just posted a bunch of recipes for treats and food. There may be some in there that you find useful. I am sure you could replace corn or wheat flour with rice or soy flour without a problem.

    Here is a link to the recipes:

    http://justdogsdogsdogs.blogspot.com.../label/Recipes


    Barb

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    I save grease from meats (hamburger, sausage, bacon, etc) and make a bisuit dough with it. (You know, cut the grease into self-rising flour, stir in enough milk to make a dough. Knead a minute and you're ready to roll) Roll it out as thinly as you can and cut to desired size with a pizza cutter. Place pieces on cookie sheet(s) and bake at around 400 till hard. Dogs don't even seem to mind if you forget they're in the oven and burn them a little. These don't even need to be refrigerated.
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