A favorite dog biscuit recipe!
Your dog probably does not brush his teeth nor use a nice smelling mouthwash and gargle for a sweet breath aroma. This easy dog treat recipe calls for the use of parsley and mint. Both parsley and mint are used to fight against dog bad breath. You can even offer these as "after-dinner" homemade dog biscuits, just as fancy restaurants offer after-dinner mints to their patrons.
Make sure to just use the leaves.
These dog biscuits will make a nice dog gift to bring to a dog lover friend. Since every dog is blessed with dog breath, a dog owner would welcome a "doggie mint" for his or her pet.
A simple dog biscuit recipe is one for baby food dog treats. Pick your favorite flavor jar of baby food and incorporate it.
The following dog treat recipe calls for chicken flavored baby food. The benefit of using the baby food is that it is pureed and easy to blend in. It will offer added flavor. The soft texture is good for small dogs and older dogs.
To make a dog biscuit recipe softer for older dogs, decrease the amount of time of time the dog biscuits are left in the oven. The longer the time left in the oven after baking, the crispier they will become.
One final word about chicken for dogs: never give them chicken bones. The bones are small and can get caught in a dog's throat and cause choking. In addition, these bones are prone to splintering easily, and can cause intestinal obstruction or piercing from sharp pieces.
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