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Date: 2013-4-14

Cecilia L Created: Mar 2013
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Dog food recipes

This is some of the dog food recipes that I just found.

Cookie Bones

Dog Food Recipe Ingredients:
•1 3/4 c Flour
•1/2 c Brown sugar
•Lemon rind
•1 Egg yolk
•2 tb Toasted wheat germ
•1/4 c Sesame seeds
•12 tb Butter
•1/2 c Ground walnuts
•1/2 c Vanilla extract

Dog Food Recipe Directions:

Combine all ingredients, knead until thoroughly blended. Divide dough into 6
parts, roll each part into a log. Freeze. When needed, thaw and roll into 1/2"
thick slabs and cut into bone shapes. Bake at 375 F on un-greased cookie sheet
for approximately 13 min. Makes 36 servings.

Doggie Birthday Cakes

Dog Food Recipe Ingredients:
•1 1/2 cups All-Purpose flour
•1 1/2 tsp. Baking powder
•1/2 cup Margarine, softened
•1/2 cup Corn oil
•1 Jar strained beef or liver baby food (2 1/2-ounce)
•4 Eggs
•3 Strips dog beef jerky, crumbled (optional)
•Plain yogurt (for dogs) or cottage cheese (for dogs or cats), for icing

Dog Food Recipe Directions:

Sift flour and baking powder together; set aside. In large bowl, with
electric mixer at medium speed, cream margarine until smooth. Add corn oil, baby
food and eggs; mix until smooth. At low speed, gradually beat flour mixture into
beef mixture until batter is smooth. Fold in beef jerky. Pour batter into
well-greased and floured 8"x5"x3" loaf pan. Bake in a preheated 325F. oven 70
minutes. Let cool on wire rack a few minutes before removing from pan to cool
completely. Ice each slice with yogurt or cottage cheese for dogs, or with
cottage cheese for cats. Yield: 1 (8" loaf cake.

Doggie Liver Dip

Dog Food Recipe Ingredients:
•1 lb. beef liver
•2 cups beef bouillon
•1 tsp. garlic powder
•1 16-oz. container plain yogurt

•Cut liver into chunks. Cover with bouillon and simmer until completely
cooked; drain. Put liver and remaining ingredients in food processor. Blend
until smooth. If necessary, add reserved bouillon or water to achieve
desired consistency. Refrigerate immediately. Use within 3-4 days. Serve
with raw carrots, celery, or pieces of dog biscuits. Alternately, use to
stuff cooked marrow bones.

Do you make your own dog food? What do you think about making your own treats or food - is it a good idea? or would the dog need some vitamins?

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