Pet Cookies

Pet Cookies

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"Cookies for dogs and cats."
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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
  2. In a medium bowl, mix the wheat germ, baby food, and water together. Add more water if necessary to form a dough. Roll dough into 1 inch balls and place on cookie sheet. Flatten slightly with a fork dipped in water. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes in the preheated oven.

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We made a double batch of these, and found the wheat germ made it too dry to roll, so we added 3 beaten eggs (to a double batch) and a splash of broth to help things stick together. Since we hav...

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Not too bad. The texture was nice for my cat's small teeth, but the flavor was lacking. The wheat germ was a bit pricey, too. Total cost of ingredients was $2.22 (compare to $1.50 for other r...

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We made a double batch of these, and found the wheat germ made it too dry to roll, so we added 3 beaten eggs (to a double batch) and a splash of broth to help things stick together. Since we hav...

This was a great base for varied types of biscuits I make for my dogs. I mix in things like oats, peanut butter, shredded cheese, wheat flour, and/or meaty bouillon (whichever flavor matches th...

My dog loves these! Not only are they simple to make but they are very healthy for the pet. I used honey wheat germ. I also only baked them for 18-20 minutes, 25 was too long.

These are GREAT. I made about 4 different kind of dog treats all in one afternoon, and these were definately the BIG favorite of both me and the dogs. They're VERY easy and nutritious and the do...

My lovable Golden-border-labra-shepherd, Max, loved these treats. He's not a fan of chicken flavored dog treats, so I used beef baby food and I dissolved 2 beef bullion cubes in 1/4 cup of water...

Great cookies, but perishable. Might wanna keep 'em in the fridge. :)

Not too bad. The texture was nice for my cat's small teeth, but the flavor was lacking. The wheat germ was a bit pricey, too. Total cost of ingredients was $2.22 (compare to $1.50 for other r...

I have thrown out so many store bought treats, I've made other home made pet cookies but these seemed so easy, I thought I'd given them a try. Well, Spankee thanks you very much! She comes runni...

All 3 dogs loved them. My own dogs (usually calm and gentle) almost got my fingers when I gave them these cookies.

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