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Want to be number one with the furriest members of your community? How about serving some homemade dog treats made with your favorite dog biscuit recipe

Do you want to spoil your favorite pooch? How about making him some homemade dog treats made from a delicious dog biscuit recipe. And if you don't have a dog maybe there is a neighbor or friend you are trying to impress. Delivering a bag of homemade dog treats made from your favorite dog biscuit recipes will send your status right up the charts. You'll alsol feel great when you think of another happy dog enjoying a nutritious homemade dog biscuit.

A dog biscuit recipe can be fairly simple and you will probably find most of the ingredients you need right in your kitchen, save for the two pounds of liver. And for top of the line homemade dog treats, I recommend purchasing a bone-shaped cookie cutter.

There are a couple of don'ts when it comes to a dog treat recipe. The number one thing to remember is no onions! Onions can damage a dog's red blood cells. You should also note that certain breeds, such as Dalmatians, cannot properly digest liver. My suggestions is to have a couple of varieties of homemade dog treats to hand out, some without liver.

Here are a couple of delicious dog treat recipes. Enjoy!

Canine Cookie Bones

1 ½ pounds of liver
3 cups of water
2 ¼ cups of toasted wheat germ
2 ¼ cups of whole wheat flour

Bring the liver and water to a boil over high heat. Cover, reduce heat and simmer until liver is no longer pink in the center (about 10 minutes). Strain the liver saving about 1 ½ cups of the liquid and cut the liver into 1 inch pieces.

Put the liver into a blender or food processor. While processing, add the 1 ½ cups of liquid saved from the strained liver. Scrape the mixture into a bowl and mix in wheat germ and 2 ¼ cups of flour until well moistened. Add a bit more liquid is dough is crumbly.

On a lightly floured board, roll out the dough to about a ½ inch thickness (for small bones, ¼ inch thickness is better), cut into shapes and place on greased baking sheets. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes (15 for small bones) until browned. When all the biscuits are baked, place all of them in an over that is turned off. Leave for 3 hours.
Biscuits keep up to 2 weeks if refrigerated in an airtight container.
Makes 3-4 dozen dog biscuits, depending on size.

No-Bisco Milk Bones

¾ cup hot beef or chicken broth (or other meat juices)
½ cup margarine
½ cup powdered milk
½ teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons sugar
1 egg, beaten
3 cups whole wheat flour

In a large bowl, pour hot broth over margarine. Stir in powdered milk, salt, sugar and egg. Add flour, ½ cup at a time, mixing well after each addition. Knead the dough for 3 to 4 minutes adding more flour if necessary to make a stiff dough. Roll dough out to ½ inch thickness and cut into shapes. Place on greased baking sheets and bake at 325 degrees for 50 minutes. Return all cookies to a turned-off oven and allow to dry out for at least 3 hours or until hard.

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