Homemade Dog Treats

| 10/8/2019 6:30:00 PM

Mel BooneI often joke that my two terriers never miss a meal. Well, truth be told, they never miss a treat either.

I'm a person that when I go to buy treats for myself, I look at the ingredients and sometimes scratch my head trying to pronounce some of them. Then I wonder, "Am I going to have this same problem when I buy treats for Jake and Buddy"

Then, horror struck. Their favorite treat, pig ears, were taken off the shelves at Wal-Mart because of salmonella. So now what?

Well, I now going through my little storage spot at home to find my dog treat recipes. I now make my own dog treats. Outside of not having a dehydrator at home to make jerky for them, the treats that I have baked in the oven have been a big hit.

beagle with dog treat
Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Unsplash

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