This is Angel (AKA, Booty)
This is Puppy (AKA, Poopie)
These are my Babies. They both came from individuals on Fakebook. I don’t think I have ever had two dogs that I enjoy having as much as these two. Booty is the sweetest dog and Poopie is adorable (especially when he is sleeping). When we got them, it seemed as though the fleas would not leave them. I took them to the vet and had them neutered and spayed. They were given a flea bite that was to last for 3 months. Well, it worked. But now, I make them biscuits and they don’t seem to have any fleas. I did see a flea on Poopie but that was the only one I have seen. It has been about 5 months so I am thinking that bite from the vet’s office has worn off. So, I make them snacks to help deter fleas and it does seem to work.
I’m not huge on making sure that my dogs are eating gluten free dog food. Although they do get the Blue Wilderness dog food. I don’t want them to have too many grains but there is cornmeal in their treats.
The ingredients are as follows
3 beef or chicken bouillon cubes
1 and a 1/2 cups of water
2 cups of cornmeal
2/3 cups of brewer’s yeast
2 Tablespoons garlic powder
2 egg yolks
1 cup cornmeal
1/2 cup bacon grease (or any animal grease)
First, bring the water to a boil and add the bouillon cubes. Add all the dry ingredients in a bowl and stir them up. I then added the bacon grease and the egg yolks. I then stirred them all up in there. I added the water and mixed it all up. I put it in a ball and lay it out on the counter. I threw out some rye flour on the counter top so I could knead the dough and roll it out to cut it.
I picked out some miniature cookie cutters that I thought the babies would enjoy.
I picked a stocking because they love to chew on socks and shoes. I picked the tree because when we bring in fire wood, they like to chew on tiny pieces of wood. The dog bone is self explanatory. The star was for their being super stars. They love deer the egg is for their breakfast when I make scrambled egg whites. I then make them the egg yolks for a snack.
I baked them in the oven on 350 for 1/2 an hour. Our oven cooks way different than any oven I have ever used. It is time to upgrade our oven because this one is old. It is a nice oven, I think I just want to upgrade.
After the time is up on the oven, I let them sit on the oven most of the evening so they would harden for the dogs.
They do seem to work.
Okay, until the next time!