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  • Fresh Breath Treats


    1-1/2 cup coconut oil, organic
    1/2 cup chopped parsley, organic
    Optional:
    1/4 cup chopped mint, organic
    Sprinkle turmeric, organic

    • Soften your coconut oil or, if you have a mold, melt it down.
    • Add parsley to coconut oil and mix well, if using mint as well, add in the mint.
    • If you have a mold, pour in the mixture.  If you don't, roll the softened mixture into small balls and place on a plate or parchment paper.
    • Sprinkle turmeric on top for added anti-inflammatory goodness (optional).
    • Put in the refrigerator for one hour.
    • Take out and give one to your dog daily!  Keep in the refrigerator for extra freshness.

    From DIY Dog Mom with Alicia

  • Chick'n & Biscuits/Kitty Cookies


    1 1/2 cups shredded cooked chicken
    1/2 cup chicken broth
    1 cup whole wheat flour
    1/3 cup cornmeal
    1 tablespoon soft margarine

    Preheat the oven to 350 F. Combine chicken, broth, and margarine and blend well.  Add flour and cornmeal. Knead dough into a ball and roll to 1/4 inch. Cut into 1 inch sized pieces and place on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Makes 18 cookies.
  • Savory Pupsicles

    Homemade Chicken Broth Pops
    Had barbequed chicken for dinner? Don’t chuck the carcass! Throw it in a large pot, cover with water, and let it simmer for an hour and a half. Cool, then pick the meat off, discarding the bone but keeping the cartilage, meat, and broth. Left over cooked carrots and/or peas? Mash them up and mix them in! Pour the chicken broth into your popsicle mold (save whatever’s leftover as a tasty addition to your dog’s next few meals) and freeze. Best served outside. 
    From Modern Dog Magazine
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    Peanut Butter Popsicles

    Ingredients
    1 cup peanut butter, preferably unsalted and unsweetened (Check your peanut butter's label to make sure it doesn't contain any kind of xylitol, which is toxic to dogs.)
    Half a ripe banana, mashed
    Water as needed

    In a small mixing bowl, combine peanut butter with a little water or half a mashed banana. (The water and banana aren't essential, but they help with freezing consistency.)

    Line a cookie sheet with wax paper, or use Kong-style rubber toys that have a cavity you can fill.

    Spoon the mixture onto the tray just like you would cookie dough, or stuff it into the toys. Freeze the tray or toys for several hours or overnight. If you need to reuse the tray right away, pop out the cubes and store them in a bag or container in the freezer.

    Serve, and turn any hot dog into a happy camper.
    From Humane Society of the United States
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    Basic Homemade Frosty Paws® Recipe

    32 oz. plain yogurt
    1 mashed ripe banana
    2 tablespoons peanut butter
    2 tablespoons honey

    Mix all of the ingredients with a blender or mixer and freeze in ice cube trays. Small paper cups and disposable egg cartons also make good molds. When frozen, microwave for a few seconds, unmold, and place the treats in a plastic bag and store in the freezer. (Note: if using Styrofoam egg cartons or cups, rest the containers briefly in a partially filled pan of warm water to loosen contents. Unless the Styrofoam is labeled as microwave safe, it could melt.) If you want to be fancy, bone and paw shaped molds are available.