There are many dog treats available in the aisles of pet stores but just as with normal pet foods, we usually don't really know if what's in them is good for our dogs or what all these weird ingredients are to begin with. You can of course buy holistic, organic, whole-food dog treats but they not cheap and everyone can or wants to afford that. So, here is a simple, low-cost, easy alternative for a yummy, healthy dog cookie your furry friend will love—and it even makes their breath minty. Let's bake some dog biscuits (use organic ingredients if you can).
- 2 cups brown rice flour
- 1 large egg, slightly beaten
- 3 tablespoons canola oil
- ½ cup chopped parsley
- ½ chopped, fresh mint
- ⅔ cup milk
- ½ tablespoon vanilla extract
- Preheat the oven to 400 degree
- In a medium bowl, combine vanilla, egg, oil, parsley and mint; mix well
- Slowly stir in flour, then add enough milk to make a dough with the consistency of drop biscuits
- Drop heaping tablespoons of dough about 1 inch (important) apart onto greased baking sheets
- Bake 15 minutes or until firm
- Store cooled biscuits in tightly covered container in refrigerator
If Your Dog Could Talk is a straight-forward guide to understanding your dog.
If you ever wonder what your dog is thinking, this book is for you. Dive inside your dog's mind and read in plain English how your dog sees the world and you—its pack.
Learn what it means to be a dog and how dogs relate to other animals and the people around them.
Understand how dogs learn, how their minds function and the foundation of all dog training and behavior modification.
If Your Dog Could Talk helps you understand your dog like never before!
Ralf Weber is a certified dog trainer (IACP CDT, CDTA) and behaviorist. A professional member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP) and an AKC evaluator for Canine Good Citizen, Community Canine and Urban Canine certifications.