While you're whipping up some pumpkin treats for your family, how about making some cookies for your dog? These dog cookies use wholesome, pet-friendly ingredients to create a healthy snack for your dog. While these ingredients are fine for most dogs, you should check with your veterinarian if your pooch has some health or dietary restrictions.
You make these like cut-out cookies. You can use a cookie cutter like this one, which is about 3 inches long (7.5cm) or smaller, smooth-edged cutters (avoid sharp cornered treats) You also can use a pizza or pastry wheel to cut into strips in two directions to make little bit-size rectangles.
We poked indentations in some of our biscuits to give them a little pizzazz. We used a very rare and fancy tool - the end of a chopstick!
These make a great holiday gift for neighbors, teachers with dogs and even pet shelters. If you give them as a gift, be sure to include the ingredient list.
Baked dog cookies will keep for about a week at room temperature in a sealed container; two weeks in your fridge.
You can freeze baked biscuits for 3 months. Don't forget to thaw overnight in the refrigerator before giving them to your pooch.
Recipe is adapted from Sally's Cooking Addiction.
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