I’ve made my own dog biscuits for over 10 years now.
My little guy just loves it when I get new ideas about dog biscuits. After all, he’s my taste tester!
Okay, these are so good, my dog maybe got one or two. My son got a kick out of eating something shaped like a dog biscuit and he and I polished them off in a few days. I used Graham wafer crumbs instead of wheat germ and I used slightly more mint than parsley. Next time I would use a little bit more brown sugar just because we love sweet treats. Fabulous, fun recipe!
I really wanted to thank you for sharing this article because I felt that the other are not usually healthy and I can't risk with health of my dog. This post has taught me a wonderful way of making peanut butter biscuits. Not only this is healthy but it also looks tasty. Bruno, is going to be very happy now onwards :)
My Alpo Wholesome Dog Biscuit Review
Dog Biscuits Made From Baby Food - My Life Cookbook
This is Izzy. She’s my little sweetheart. I put off getting a dog for so long, and now I can’t imagine life without her. None of us can. My whole family is smitten with her. Enough about Izzy, clearly this post is just a poor attempt to post pictures of her. 🙂 However I do like to make her healthy, wholesome treats. These dog biscuits were made just from baby food and they were so easy. I figured if baby food was good enough for a baby, it was good enough for my Iz.Since doggie nutrition can be a tricky subject, I turned to a friend who runs a dog biscuit-baking business, who gave me a recipe. These basic peanut butter treats are as easy as can be, and my dog loves them. They keep well -- up to 2 weeks in an airtight container. I’ve tried other variations using broth in place of the water or even incorporating bacon (for a very special treat), but these plain versions are my go-to. Just be careful, they smell pretty similarly to human cookies while they are baking -- don’t let anyone in your household get the wrong idea (though they’re safe to eat, they don’t have our requisite butter, sugar, or eggs to make them palatable). Because our treats are not made in China, you can be assured that they are safe for your pet. Whether you have a dog, cat or even a horse; our treats, biscuits and because they’re only made with the finest usda certified ingredients. Our chicken and beef is not tainted with chemicals, toxins, salmonella, metals, furans, pesticides, antibiotics, mycotoxins, rodenticides, or nephrotoxins. Whisker Biscuits also does not use or support the use of rendered pet food products which you can read more about here. Our jerky and biscuits are safe for your beloved dog or cat.While I’m down to just one dog now, which is temporary as I know there’s some homeless dogs that will be calling my name soon from rescue, my usual number of dogs is 3 and mainly German Shepherds. I don’t have to tell anyone that big dogs eat a lot and food and treats can cost big bucks, so I found making my own treats to be very economical. Plus, my dogs love homemade. The few times I’ve fallen back on commercially made biscuits, my dogs actually turned their noses up at them and I’m convinced they only ate them to do me a favor!