In conjunction with The Food Group, some members have asked for just recipes. This is the idea we came up with.
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If you would, please just recipies, no discussions in the recipe pages. If we get enough, maybe we could make up our own DoodleKisses Cookbook. We are teamed up with The Food Group. Join there for discussion.

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  • i need a recipe to make long lasting chews.  I have been buying Monty shin bones, i microwave them a bit.  he is a soft chewer.  he will take off the cooked meat, eat some of the marrow. well lo and behold, somewhere along the line he broke a molar!  Bad dogger mommy is sick as it was broken to the pulp and we had to have it pulled. :(  I truly thought all was well, been doing it for a long time. the vet said it was prob just the angle that the bone came in contact.  Needless to say I'd like to make him something at home as he surely loves chewing his bone on the weekends. having trouble finding a recipe that would be a long lasting chew for him. any help would be appreciated. 

  • Chicken breast toppers.  place a couple of chicken breasts on a plate. microwave at 60% power for about 12 minutes (depends on the size of breasts)  when cool, slice and dice, put in snack baggies, place extras in the freezer.

  • I like to make breakfast toppers.  put 3 scrambled eggs in bowl, put in microwave with a vented cover, cook for about 2 minutes 20 seconds.  Smush up, bag up, toppers for a week or more.

  • http://www.doodlekisses.com/profiles/blogs/food-for-monty-gag?xg_so...

    For our new members, welcome to snacks!  :)

  • Dog Treats.  I think many of us think holy crap we need a recipe, I dont know what to do.  Well I dont do recipes very well so I'm gonna just give you an idea, you can create whatever you want.  Feel free to add something awesome or stick to the basics, it really is not difficult, these are treats, not a main staple of dog food, so be creative, throw in other ingredients that might be an enticement for your dogger. Maybe some green beans, or fruit they like?

  • Lynn, no the recipe isn't listed, I just winged it till it looked right.  I could have added more flour and eggs to stretch it, but it sure made a lot!  As I went along, I tried to make them smaller so that they became more crunchy.  I baked them for 15-18 minutes at 350 degrees.  The treats tasted good to me too!  

  • Sharon the shrimp treats look yummy!  Love the video!  Is that recipe listed?  Thank you.

  • More shrimp treats for Monty.  

    http://www.smilebox.com/playBlog/4e4449774d4441784d6a4d3d0d0a&b...

  • So you dont have a good treat resource that meets your high expectations?  Dont want to make your own?  Try this for a resource.

    http://www.northcoastpets.com/dog_treats_fish.htm

  • Great idea. You can do that with sweet potato slices too. I have a dehydrator and am always dehydrating something or other.  

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Dog treats made simple

Dog Treats.  I think many of us think holy crap we need a recipe, I dont know what to do.  Well I dont do recipes very well so I'm gonna just give you an idea, you can create whatever you want.  Feel free to add something awesome or stick to the basics, it really is not difficult, these are treats, not a main staple of dog food, so be creative, throw in other ingredients that might be an enticement for your dogger. Maybe some green beans, or fruit they like?Sharon Schorr Korzeniewski i make…

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A Different Sweet Potato Treat

We grow our own sweet potatoes.  After the frost we dig them (Haley loves to help).  They come in sizes from finger size to as large as an average man's forearm.  Haley gets the small ones from time to time until they run out.  The huge ones would be good for sweet potato pie, candied yams, etc. which we don't eat.  I got the brilliant idea to make treats for Haley.I cooked a couple of the giant sweet potatoes in the microwave and peeled them.  Then I cut them into chunks and put in my…

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Salmon treats

Monty likes the stinky fish treats which cost a million dollars per pound.  I made this up as I went along and it went like this.2 cans of salmon cleaned of course, save the water for the recipe, they love that stinky stuff! I put the salmon in the chopper and turned it into a paste like mixture.  4 small baby food containers of pureed carrots, 6 eggs and enough wheat flour to make a doughy substance.  I have struggled to find a quick way to make the pieces but, this is how I do it.  Put a blob…

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