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Old 02-19-2013, 04:00 PM   #21
 
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Bella doesn't normally like milk bones but I bought a small box so I could make these as described. When she had her second portion, she ate it all the way down including the crunchy milk bone.

I saw another recipe somewhere for a wheat flour, bacon fat, cheddar cheese thing. Here it is: Doggie Bacon and Cheddar Treats. I would probably have to make half a batch because Bella is a small dog. These look good enough for Mama!
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:57 PM   #22
 
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Fin enjoying his frozen treat

Then he got tired of all the licking



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How cute! Fin loves it!
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Bella doesn't normally like milk bones but I bought a small box so I could make these as described. When she had her second portion, she ate it all the way down including the crunchy milk bone.

I saw another recipe somewhere for a wheat flour, bacon fat, cheddar cheese thing. Here it is: Doggie Bacon and Cheddar Treats. I would probably have to make half a batch because Bella is a small dog. These look good enough for Mama!
I'd be careful with these treats. While I'm sure any dog would love the taste, it's an awful lot of fat and dairy for a dog. A lot of dogs are lactose intolerant and fatty food can trigger pancreatitis.
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Old 03-02-2013, 05:36 PM   #25
 
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I only allow Finlay to lick them for short periods of time, the one in the picture he's had four times over the course of a week, and he's only about half done. He had a sensitive tummy so we do all new things in really short bursts.

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PerriP, I think the frozen one that you made is okay. Yogurt is good for dogs, even if they're lactose intolerant. I was talking specifically about the one with bacon fat, cheese, milk, and oil.
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Old 03-03-2013, 03:42 PM   #27
 
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Yes, you do have to be careful about the fat in some treats. There's also lots of sodium in some as well. My Annie had chronic pancreatitis and eventually developed diabetes. She was such a sweet girl.

Anyway, if your dog gets tired from all the licking, you can do what I do, put in the microwave and soften up a bit first. That's how Bella likes it best, slightly soft serve!
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