Making homemade dog treats for my boys has been on my baking bucket list for a long time. They mean the world to me, and I want to spoil them. Lupin and Tyson have seen me bake cookies for a long time, they are always by my side, waiting for something to fall on the floor for them to snatch up. Unfortunately, they are not allowed in my cookie room while I am mixing, rolling and decorating cookies. It is so sad seeing their little faces pressed up to the glass door, wanting to come see mommy.
Well, they have to wait and beg no more!
Last week, while I as visiting and linking up to link parties, I came across a post from Dancing Dog Cabin that was titled "Do Your Dogs Love Peanut Butter?" I immediately, clicked on the link and as amazed at what I saw!
First off, her post is filled with the cutest pictures of her fur babies, I just wanted to reach through the screen and give them a pat. But, what really caught my eye, was her recipe for homemade dog treats.
The recipe was simple, using ingredients that I had on hand, mixed up quick and most importantly, used peanut butter, which Lupin and Tyson LOVE!
If you love your fur babies as I do, I encourage you to give these treats a try.
My boys LOVED them...almost too much! I made them on Saturday, and I had to hid them, because they would not stop begging for them.
Melissa was able to get amazing pictures of her fur babies with the treats...my boys...not so much...I managed ONE picture, and it is not so good, but I thought I would share with you anyway!
Here is my boy Lupin getting a treat, with his little brother Tyson, waiting his turn...not the best picture, but you get the idea.
Now, normally, I share recipes that I try here, on my blog, but I followed Melissa's recipe exactly, and I will send you to her blog to get the recipe. To make these for your babies, and see amazing pictures of her babies, being oh so cute...click HERE!
Make sure you come back later in the week, maybe even tomorrow, because, I used Melissa's recipe, and took it a step further, and my dogs were in amazed (at least I hope they were amazed) at what I did.