Some Yummy Homemade Treats - Share Yours?

Discussion in 'Dog Treats' started by katzand, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. katzand Well-Known Member

    This article made me want to make some home made treats for Doom.

    5 Tasty Homemade Dog Treats
    http://petslady.com/articles/5_tasty_homemade_dog_treats_58771

    And this sounds pretty yummy:
    Homemade Bacon Bark Treats
    http://spoonforkbacon.com/category/pet-treats/

    Doom would love these I think

    Homemade Meatball Treats
    http://www.loveandpaws.com/2012/05/treat-tuesday-bowwow-beef-meatballs.html

    You know these are good when just reading about them are making my mouth water. I think I need to go and eat some lunch now. :)

    Any recipes you care to share? I only want the super easy ones.

    Kat
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  2. Ripleygirl Experienced Member

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  4. MaryK Honored Member

    Great post and thanks everyone, great treats and so much better for our dogs. We know what's going into them and I'm sure the dogs will LOVE them!!!!!!!!!!
  5. jackienmutts Honored Member

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  6. curls139 Well-Known Member

    Great thread.. I made some 'fish fudge' usually salmon is used but I used makerel and they turned out fine- the texture is exactly like fudge and good for clicker training - cut into whatever size you need! http://www.clickertraining.com/node/3225...i have a feeling Russ might not be able to eat wheat as he's gone all itchy :oops: (it may be something else though) so I will cut out the flour and replace with oatmeal or try some ground up bits of his own kibble. However..he has learnt how to 'close the door' today with his makrel fudge and my new i-click so can't be all bad!
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  7. MaryK Honored Member

    Url isn't working:(

    I would eliminate wheat, see if that stops Russ itching. Congratulations Russ! Way to go! Grand trick!:love:
  8. curls139 Well-Known Member

    Google karen pryors fish fudge or else there are lots of variations from other people
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  9. MaryK Honored Member

    Thank you Curls and Russell will do:D
  10. southerngirl Honored Member

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  11. MaryK Honored Member

    They sound good enough for us to eat!!!!!!!!!!! What substitutions will you make? Wholemeal flour as suggested? I don't have powered milk either, so what are you going to use in place? Want to make some for my boys as they both love cheese!
  12. southerngirl Honored Member

    I'm going to substitute the flour with oats and the powered milk with liquid milk because I'm going to use liquid milk I'm going to use less water than it calls for
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  13. Anneke Honored Member

    My dogs favorite treats are my tiny meatballs. I use 500 grams ground beef, one egg and two tablespoons of galicpowder and some polenta(cornmeal). Then spend some time rolling tiny balls. Spread them out on a backing sheet and bake them at a medium temperature untill they are done(I don't time this, I check to see if they are cooked, but still soft.) 150 celsius(sorry don't know the english tables) for about half an hour.
    The rolling... That smells soooo good!!
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    On the backingsheet
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    Done: warning, you do leave a smell of garlic, if you carry these around:ROFLMAO:
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    Something else I do, which is very easy.
    I boil chickenbreast(bone and skinless) in the microwave(or in water) then cut it up in small bits, spread it out on a backingsheet and dry them in the oven untill they are hard. They love those too.
  14. MaryK Honored Member

    Thanks Southerngirl, brilliant idea, will do the same!:)(y)
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  15. Dogster Honored Member

    Ooooh, those look so yummy, Anneke!!!!!:D
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  16. k9 crazed Experienced Member

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  17. madeleine Experienced Member

    Most treats I use for Dazzle are selfmade dried treats.
    This can be just plain meat or organs (long, liver, kidney, hearts, etc) off different kinds off animals.
    Also this way I can make small ones for training of big(ger) ones just as treat.

    I do want to try out something with fish when I have my own 'doggy oven'. This includes salm, agar agar and some "white fish" (i am not sure this is the correct english word)
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  18. MaryK Honored Member

    :ROFLMAO: two very happy dogs K9Crazed!!!!!!!!!:ROFLMAO:
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  19. k9 crazed Experienced Member

    Oh they truly are!
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  20. Dogster Honored Member

    LOVE the pics, k9 crazed!!!!:love: I love their faces!!!!:D :ROFLMAO:
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